Volume 1 - No. 15 - December 18, 1939
As if to show that the Nazi air raids on Scotland were but amateurish efforts, the R.A.F. delivered a full-scale attack on Heligoland, one of the most strongly fortified places to be found anywhere on
Full index of this magazine
- Jottings from My Wartime Diary
- Over the Top and Down Below with the Nazis
- Three Months of War and Now Comes Winter
- Finland Fights On in Snow and Ice
- Germany the Real Betrayer of Finland
- Red Tsar of the Kremlin
- No Indiscriminate Air-Raids On Civilians - Yet
- Stocking the Nation's Wartime Larder
- Finland's Capital City Receives a Lesson in Soviet 'Frightfulness'
- Words That History Will Remember
- Our War Gazetteer
- Small Arms Great in Quality and Performance
- How the British Soldier of 1939 Goes to War
- The Winged Lion Soars Over Heligoland
- 'Carry On and Dread Nought'
- Britain's Answer to Germany's Mine Campaign
- Stockholm Now Lies Under the Shadow of War
- Odd Facts About the War
- I Was There! - We Manned the Guns of the 'Rawalpindi'
- I Was There! - A Polish Destroyer Rescued Us
- I Was There! - We Drifted for a Week Without a Compass
- I Was There! - An Aeroplane Raced to Our Help
- Skill and Qualification Badges: Navy and Army
- Our Diary of the War
- It Is Said That...
- Easy French Phrases for British Soldiers - 4.