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Volume 6 - No. 141 - November 13, 1942

The Story of a British Boy's Grave in Malta

Nov1942

The Story of a British Boy's Grave in Malta

It is good to know that in the midst of the most savage and inhuman war in the world's history and at a spot where its terrors are possibly concentrated to a degree that is not reached at any other po

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The Mosquito

Nov1942

The Mosquito

The Mosquito, officially described as a reconnaissance bomber, is a product of the de Havilland Aircraft Co., those chiefly responsible for its design being Capt. Geoffrey de Havilland and Messrs. C

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Full index of this magazine

  • Along the Battle Front
  • Setting the Stage for Action in West Africa
  • The War at Sea
  • The Story of a British Boy's Grave in Malta
  • 'America's Burma Road' Finished in Six Months
  • What Britain Has Done For Russia
  • Views & Reviews
  • Americans Have Been With Us Since 1939
  • The War in the Air
  • The Mosquito
  • 'In This Spirit We Will March to Victory'
  • The Home Front
  • I Was There! - I Slaved for the Nazis in the Channel Islands
  • I Was There! - 'It Made Me Feel as if I Were in the Abyss of Hell'
  • I Was There! - One of Our Tanks Gave Jerry the Shock of His Life
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Editor's Postscript