Volume 5 - No. 116 - December 30, 1941
As the Germans drew ever nearer to Moscow, those people of the city who were not required in the fighting line or the factories were evacuated to Kuibyshev, 450 miles away on the Volga. Among them was
Full index of this magazine
- We Are Going to Win the War - And Peace
- War Did Not Surprise the Netherlands Indies
- 'For Good or Ill It Is Auchinleck's Battle'
- Our Searchlight on the War
- First Round to Japan in the New World War
- Now Finland Is Numbered Among Our Enemies
- Our Diary of the War
- Gondar Falls: The End of An Empire
- At Last Every Briton Will Be Mobilized
- I Was There! - Rommel Asked Me, 'Aren't You Glad?'
- I Was There! - From Berlin We Flew Homewards in Flames
- I Was There! - On My Way to Kuibyshev from Moscow
- Editor's Postscript