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Volume 9 - No. 219 - November 9, 1945

How the Barham was Lost

Nov1945

How the Barham was Lost

It is practically four years since the battleship Barham was lost, yet a full official account of the disaster has still to appear. In the Admiralty account of naval operations from April 1941 to Janu

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When London's Docks Visited the Clyde

Nov1945

When London's Docks Visited the Clyde

One of our most astonishing and successful feats in the countering of the Nazis when Britian had her back to the wall was the partial removal, in the autumn of 1940, of the Port of London to the Clyde

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Now It Can Be Told! - 'Ghost' Forts Sent to Crash on Heligoland

Nov1945

Now It Can Be Told! - 'Ghost' Forts Sent to Crash on Heligoland

While the flying-bombs and rockets were crashing on London we were using an 11-ton V-weapon against the Germans. And the Germans who survived this weapon never knew how it worked. I can now reveal (wr

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Now It Can Be Told! - Monty's D-Day Bluff Foxed the Germans

Nov1945

Now It Can Be Told! - Monty's D-Day Bluff Foxed the Germans

Hitler's High Command were deceived over the date of D-Day June 6, 1944 by the appearance of Field-Marshal Montgomery in the Mediterranean a few days before the invasion went in. He was received b

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