Volume 2 - No. 27 - March 8, 1940
The "Altmark" incident (fully described in pages 171-173) set a pretty problem in international law. So direct was the conflict of opinion between Britain and Norway that the latter suggested that the
Full index of this magazine
- Jottings from My Wartime Diary
- Finland's Three Months' Ordeal of Bloody War
- Sweden May Have to Fight on Three Fronts
- This Neutrality is a Queer Business
- More Secrets of the Maginot Line Revealed
- The Navy Bears the Main Weight of the War
- Nazis 'Command' the Sea Only From the Shore
- But France is Ready for Any Attack on Her Coast
- Words That History Will Remember
- Vignettes of Courage: Fine Tales of British Heroism
- Mere Man Listens in to Supermadman
- Home to 'Mother' for Rest and Refit
- The Army Runs its Own Railways
- I Was There! - 'The Nazis Didn't Scare Us Fishermen'
- I Was There! - We Gave the Raider a Souvenir to Take Home
- I Was There! - I Was the Youngest Survivor of the 'Daring'
- I Was There! - The Nazis Told Me England Was Starving
- I Was There! - We Sailed Half Our Ship for Three Days
- London Greets a Guardsman Home on Leave
- Our Diary of the War
- H.M.S. 'Oxley'
- It Is Said That...
- The Things My Readers Tell Me