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Volume 5 - No. 130 - June 12, 1942

Has Prinz Eugen Lived to Fight Another Day?

Jun1942

Has Prinz Eugen Lived to Fight Another Day?

Prinz Eugen, the German light cruiser, would appear, like Hitler, to have the most diabolical luck. After the R.A.F. torpedo and bomb attack on May 17 near Trondheim, she escaped to Kiel, but judging

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We've Built the 'Persia Road' Into Russia

Jun1942

We've Built the 'Persia Road' Into Russia

Within the last few months Iran has become a great clearing-house for British and American supplies to the Russian front. Road and rail communications have been vastly improved and increased, and day

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Full index of this magazine

  • But Japan's Fleet May Still Be of Clay
  • Has Prinz Eugen Lived to Fight Another Day?
  • Madagascar: The Taking of Diego Suarez
  • Will They Always Lie Becalmed at Martinique?
  • Our Searchlight on the War
  • We've Built the 'Persia Road' Into Russia
  • Kerch and Kharkov: A Two-Way Offensive
  • All Australia Is Mobilized for War
  • Alexander's Fighting Retreat Through Burma
  • Our Diary of the War
  • The Home Guard is Two Years Old
  • I Was There! - I Went Down to Dover, England's Malta
  • I Was There! - From Hongkong I Marched With Chinese Guerillas
  • I Was There! - My Visit to Stalin's Young Soldiers
  • I Was There! - What I Dislike Most Are Those Tommy Patrols!
  • Editor's Postscript