Sapper Eric Alfred Munday, aged 24, back in his home at Foulsham Road, Thornton Heath, Surrey, brought with him the first full story of a three-year-old war mystery – the sinking of the British liner
Hiding, camouflaged, in remote island creeks by day and sailing at night on privateering raids against enemy shipping and shore installations, seven 70-ft. Naval launches sapped Germany's hold on the
The story of a remarkable British wireless set was released by the War Office in November 1945. It was used by Royal Signals soon after D-Day and throughout the campaign in Western Europe, and enabled
The pitiful condition of the men who fought for Germany evokes no scrap of sympathy from the civilians, writes Stanley Nash in The Star. He has recently returned from a visit to one of the centres in
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