Volume 2 - No. 22 - February 2, 1940
Despite protests by her captain that he was not carrying contraband, the 8,000-ton Dutch freighter "Arendskerk" was sunk by a German U-boat in the Bay of Biscay on January 15. The captain's story is h
Full index of this magazine
- Jottings from My Wartime Diary
- Finland Shows What Free Men Can Do
- The Last Man to Leave the Sinking 'Grenville'
- The Plans That Took the Wrong Turning!
- British Bren Gun Explained in Picture Diagram
- Scandinavia Would Like to Help Finland
- Rumania Looks to Her Moat
- Eyes that Pierce the Nazi Defences
- R.A.F. Over Germany
- Last 'Plane to Land on the Doomed 'Courageous'
- Britain's Blockade is Germany's Nightmare
- Words That History Will Remember
- Paris Black-Out Is Not So Very Black
- 'Things Are Not Going So Badly After All'
- Officers of Tomorrow Learn How To Do It
- The Dover Patrol Are Always on the Job
- I Was There! - I Was the Last Man on the 'Grenville'
- I Was There! - I Carried Gun-cotton at Waltham Abbey
- I Was There! - Waltham Abbey is Shaken by the Blast of War
- I Was There! - How We Recued a German Airman
- I Was There! - Though Neutral, the Nazis Torpedoed Us
- Women of the Empire Take the 'Joystick'
- Our Diary of the War