Volume 2 - No. 24 - February 16, 1940
Accounts of the Battle of the River Plate by British prisoners on board the "Admiral Graf Spee" were given in page 541, but the first eye-witness stories by participants in the action were told when t
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- 'Messages from Molotov' for the Finns
- Will Hitler Try To Bombard London?
- Helpless Poles Caught in Hitler's Trap
- The Allies Command the Seas and the Cash
- Germany Wants Oil - and Wants It Badly
- Words That History Will Remember
- Dogs of War Are in the Front Line Again
- Peaceful Merchantmen in the War's Front Line
- Britain's Merchant Navy Learns to Hit Back
- 'Prodigious Efforts, Prodigious Results'
- A.R.P. in the Empire's Distant Corners
- I Was There! - I Saw the First Raider Down in England
- I Was There! - We Went On a Bombing Raid To Germany
- I Was There! - The Women 'Carry On' in Bombed Vaasa
- I Was There! - We Didn't Bother About the 'Graf Spee'
- I Was There! - German Bombers Gave Us No Rest
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- Neither Will They Condemn
- It Is Said That...
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