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Volume 9 - No. 224 - January 16, 1946

I Was There! - How Two V.C.s Were Won Under a Jap Cruiser

Jan1946

I Was There! - How Two V.C.s Were Won Under a Jap Cruiser

Lieut. Ian E. Fraser, R.N.R., of Farnham Common, Bucks., and Leading Seaman James J. Magennis, of Belfast, were each awarded the V.C. For the parts they played in a midget submarine attack on the Japa

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Full index of this magazine

  • What is Happening in Java?
  • The Never-to-be-Forgotten Army
  • Most Decisive Sea Battle of the War
  • Now It Can Be Told! - British Naval Officer Who Led Maquis
  • Now It Can Be Told! - Our Most Effective Underwater Explosiv
  • Now It Can Be Told! - 'Lost' JU 88 Held Vital Radar Secrets
  • There is No Peace for Britain's Lifeboats
  • The Greatness of Dunkirk Revealed
  • Teapot Revolution Maintained the Troops' Morale
  • Foreign Ministers in Agreement at Moscow
  • I Was There! - How Two V.C.s Were Won Under a Jap Cruiser
  • I Was There! - In Poland I Saw a Grim Battle for Life
  • I Was There! - At the End of the World's Longest Ocean Hop
  • From Rotterdam to Hiroshima
  • The Editor Looks Back