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Volume 1 - No. 18 - January 5, 1940

Last Scenes of All in the Battle of the River Plate

Jan1940

Last Scenes of All in the Battle of the River Plate

A great "naval occasion" was the dramatic engagement between the "Admiral Graf Spee" and the British cruisers on December 13, in which the British ships, thought outclassed, showed a seamanship and fi

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Dachau

Jan1940

Dachau

I thought of the concentration camps and the tortured men, and, as I began to dream of vengeance and dark reprisal, of the shocking retort that, being denied by life, denies all, a voice whispered

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Full index of this magazine

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • 'Brains Trust' of the R.A.F. in France
  • Britain Greets the New Year with a Cheer
  • 'All Members of the Great Family of Nations'
  • Finland's Vantage in Arctic War
  • Who is Fighting Whom?
  • Greatest Air Battle in History
  • 'Non Belligerency' Is Italy's Name For It
  • The King Honours the Brave and the Fair
  • They Were Targets of the Nazi Air Murderers
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • 'Tin Hats' for the Heads of Britain's Defenders
  • They 'Scuttle' - Because That's the Nazi Way
  • Ursula's Exploit in 'Hitler's Cabbage Patch'
  • Bombs are the Real Danger in Air Raids
  • Balloons Now Float Above Britain's Seas
  • 'Silver Fish' Provide Work for Clever Hands
  • I Was There! - We Saw The Canadians Land in England
  • I Was There! - We Had Scuttling Drill on the 'Columbus'
  • I Was There! - Our Trawlers Were Bombed From the Air
  • Why the Nazis Want to 'Deify' Hitler
  • Last Scenes of All in the Battle of the River Plate
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Dachau
  • It Is Said That...
  • Odd Facts About the War