Volume 9 - No. 226 - February 15, 1946
A British naval officer lately returned to England after spending nearly four years in a Japanese prisoner of war camp has told for the first time the full story of how H.M. destroyer Stronghold was s
An airborne lifeboat which could be dropped from a large bomber, yet compact enough to be carried in the torpedo-bay of a shipborne plane and strong enough to withstand heavy weather, was tried out in
Full index of this magazine
- Great Deeds of the Army Commandos
- Last Moments at Singapore
- How the "Royal Oak" Was Sunk
- V-Force Acted as the Fourteenth Army's Eyes
- Now It Can Be Told! - Jap Praise for the Gallant 'Stronghold'
- Now It Can Be Told! - Grand Work of Allied Officers in Siam
- Now It Can Be Told! - Secrets of the Navy's Parachute Lifeboat
- Now It Can Be Told! - The Army Camouflaged the Navy's Ships
- First United Nations Assembly Gets to Work
- The Ordeal of Cassino
- How Will the Ministry of Labour Find Me a Job?
- I Was There! - Our Great Break-Out from Stalag Luft III
- I Was There! - The Germans Now Raise Their Hats To Us!
- I Was There! - Our Underground Citadel Built for 10,000
- When Our Airmen Come to Earth
- The Editor Looks Back