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Volume 7 - No. 175 - March 3, 1944

I Was There! - The Nazis Bombed and Sank Our Hospital Ship

Mar1944

I Was There! - The Nazis Bombed and Sank Our Hospital Ship

Returning from the Anzio beach-head, west coast of Italy, with Allied wounded, the St. David was deliberately sunk by enemy planes on Jan. 24, 1944. The story by Sec.-Lieut. Ruth Hindman, of the Ameri

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Tight-Packed with Trouble for the Japanese

Mar1944

Tight-Packed with Trouble for the Japanese

Crammed to utmost capacity with U.S. Marines, lorries, jeeps, water and water-purifying tanks, oil drums, barbed wire, rafts and food-canisters for dropping from the air, this shallow-draught, ocean

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Full index of this magazine

  • The Battle Fronts
  • The War at Sea
  • Our Underwater 'Commandos' Strike Hard Inland
  • Britain's Colonies in the War: No. 2 - E. Africa
  • These Vital Days Before the Great Assault
  • Leningrad: A Memory of Imperial St. Petersburg
  • Views & Reviews
  • Useful Men to Have About, These Marines
  • I Was There! - The Nazis Bombed and Sank Our Hospital Ship
  • I Was There! - I Walked Through Wreckage That Was Peterhof
  • I Was There! - Our 3 Days' Skirmish in the Hills of Arakan
  • I Was There! - These Thirty Women are Busy Saving Lives
  • Our Diary of the War
  • The War in the Air
  • Editor's Postscript
  • Tight-Packed with Trouble for the Japanese