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Volume 5 - No. 117 - January 10, 1942

At Pearl Harbour Japan Tried for a 'K.O.'


At Pearl Harbour Japan Tried for a 'K.O.'

First details of American losses in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbour, Hawaii, on Dec. 7, were given by Col. Knox, U.S. Navy Secretary, on his return on Dec. 15 from a visit of investigation. The b

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Full index of this magazine

  • Four Hundred Million Chinese Our Allies
  • Rommel in Retreat Through Cyrenaica
  • Our Searchlight on the War
  • At Pearl Harbour Japan Tried for a 'K.O.'
  • Battle in Malaya: The Threat to Singapore
  • 'The Defence of Hong Kong Will Live in the Story of the Empire'
  • In the Philippines America Stands at Bay
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Retreat from Moscow: Will 1942 Repeat 1812?
  • I Was There! - I Saw 'Repulse' and 'Prince of Wales' Go Down
  • Editor's Postscript