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Volume 10 - No. 249 - January 3, 1947

The Army Stages Its Own Battlefront Show

Jan1947

The Army Stages Its Own Battlefront Show

On a bombed site in Oxford St., London, in December 1946, the Army exhibited realistic jungle and mountain warfare scenes and war relics the latter including the two swords surrendered to Admiral the

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

Jan1947

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

On the evening of April 9, 1940, H.M.S. Truant, a submarine of 1,090 tons, completed early in the war, torpedoed the German cruiser Karlsruhe off Kristiansand while that ship was engaged in covering t

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6th Airborne Division

Jan1947

6th Airborne Division

Colours: Pale blue Pegasus on maroon The badge of this formation is the same as that of the 1st Airborne Division Bellerophon astride Pegasus. The 6th Division was formed in May 1943 and placed u

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Full index of this magazine

  • Was the Defence of Crete a Turning-Point?
  • The Army Stages Its Own Battlefront Show
  • Fresh Visions of Hope for Leaderless Germany
  • His Majesty's Ships - H.M.S. Truant
  • 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards
  • General Giffard's Claim to Fame
  • Europe's Wartime Capitals in 1946 - Moscow
  • I Was There! - We Covered the Landings in Sicily
  • 6th Airborne Division
  • I Was There! - Our Badge Was the Venomous Scorpion
  • No. 61 Squadron
  • I Was There! - I Fought the Germans Underground
  • I Was There! - We Were Crippled 800 Miles From Land
  • New Facts and Figures