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Volume 9 - No. 206 - May 11, 1945

In the Wake of the Victors


In the Wake of the Victors

Many of the roads in Belgium and Holland are surfaced with stone, cut in the shape of cubes and laid close together, without mortar or cement, on top of the levelled soil. Such roads stand up reasonab

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Full index of this magazine

  • In the Wake of the Victors
  • The Battle Fronts
  • The War at Sea
  • Australian Pathfinders in New Guinea Waters
  • Roosevelt, a Tribute
  • Scandinavia's Post-War Position and Policy
  • Views & Reviews
  • I Was There! - The Germans Cringed to Us in Captured Hanover
  • I Was There! - I Saw World's Biggest Armament Plant in Ruins
  • I Was There! - How I Helped to Clear Messina's Depth Charges
  • I Was There! - We Are the Royal Navy's Pioneer Rocketeers
  • Our Diary of the War
  • The War in the Air
  • Editor's Postscript