Volume 5 - No. 115 - December 20, 1941
Although it is not yet possible to write a complete account of the great battle of the Western Desert, sufficient information has come to hand to form a picture of the operations which constituted the
First German general to be captured by the British in this war was General von Ravenstein, Commander of the 21st German Panzer Division, who was "put in the bag" in the course of the battle outside To
Full index of this magazine
- To Win We Must Have 30,000 Tanks - And More
- Retreat from Rostov: Hitler's First Defeat
- Our Searchlight on the War
- War in the Pacific: Japan Takes the Plunge
- Japan's Place in the New Theatre of Conflict
- Libya, Phase Two: Battle of the Parallelogram
- Our Diary of the War
- Your Waste Paper Is Wanted - for Shells!
- 'Friendly Places' for Britain's Serving Men
- I Was There! - 'Your Bren Gun Carrier Shot Up My Car'
- I Was There! - 'We Realized the Ark Royal Was Finished'
- I Was There! - I Was Torpedoed Twice in One Morning
- I Was There! - I Met 'Captain Cortez' Just Back from Tobruk
- Editor's Postscript