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Volume 10 - No. 242 - September 27, 1946

The Truth About Lidice

Sep1946

The Truth About Lidice

By John Fortinbras, who obtained from the Czech delegation at the Nuremberg trial information which enabled him to record the full account of this terrible Nazi crime of 1942. Once a sizeable, peac

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His Majesty's Ships - H.M.S. London

Sep1946

His Majesty's Ships - H.M.S. London

Motto: “Guide Us.” A Cruiser of 10,000 tons with a main armament of eight 8-inch guns, H.M.S. London was first commissioned at Portsmouth in 1929. For most of the ensuing ten years she was flagship

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Full index of this magazine

  • The Truth About Lidice
  • World Food Conference Staged at Copenhagen
  • His Majesty's Ships - H.M.S. London
  • The Irish Guards
  • 52nd (Lowland) Division
  • Montgomery's Strategy of Victory
  • Europe's Wartime Capitals in 1946 - Luxemburg
  • I Was There! - We Travelled to Malta by Submarine
  • I Was There! - The Beacon That Went to Battle
  • I Was There! - I Was Rounded-Up by Gestapo Gunmen
  • I Was There! - How They Surrendered in S.E. Asia
  • No. 215 Squadron
  • New Facts and Figures