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Volume 5 - No. 122 - February 28, 1942

Strange Adventure of a Sunderland's Crew


Strange Adventure of a Sunderland's Crew

Four miles off the coast of Cyrenaica a Sunderland flying-boat crashed into the sea after an engagement with two Messerschmitts, one of which was shot down. The crew were blown to the shore on a wing

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Full index of this magazine

  • Are We Winning the War?
  • Their Tomahawks 'Scalped' the Japs Over Burma
  • The Strange Case of Mr. De Valera's Ireland
  • Our Searchlight on the War
  • The Tragic Story of Singapore's Fall
  • Through the Enemy-infested Waters of the Mediterranean
  • What the Russians Have Done This Winter
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Strange Adventure of a Sunderland's Crew
  • Are We Pulling Our Weight in Production?
  • I Was There! - We Fought Our Way Through the Malayan Jungle
  • I Was There! - Chased by a U-boat, We Gave Her the Slip
  • I Was There! - I Saw the Poles Go Over the Top at Gazala
  • Editor's Postscript