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Volume 2 - No. 28 - March 15, 1940

The Mystery of Murmansk


The Mystery of Murmansk

Something is happening at Murmansk, but what is difficult to perceive through the fog of rumour. Below we give a review of possible moves in that quarter, accompanied by an account of the Murmansk Exp

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Full index of this magazine

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • Viipuri's Agony in the Front Line of Battle
  • The Mystery of Murmansk
  • Unhappy Poland is Looted by the Nazis
  • Soon They Hope to Win Fresh Laurels
  • Old Hands 'Do Their Bit' Again in France
  • What Is this 'Vicious Spiral' of Inflation?
  • How Blood in Bottles Saves British Wounded
  • Detectives of the Death-Mine
  • France Foils Another Blockade-Runner
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • Terms You May Not Understand
  • Fact and Fiction in the Sea War's Record
  • Hot on the Trail of the German Sea Gangsters
  • Germany's Exports Caught by the Allied Control
  • Nazi Shipping Paralysed by Allied Sea Power
  • How to Recognize British Aeroplanes in Flight - 2
  • I Was There! - The 'Domala' Was Ablaze from Stem to Stern
  • I Was There! - I Told the Duke How We Hit a Nazi Bomber
  • I Was There! - 'The Bravest Man I Ever Saw'
  • I Was There! - A Submarine Collided With Our Ship
  • I Was There! - What I Saw of the Minesweepers' Life
  • Risky Work - But the Trawlermen Don't Care
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Carrying On!
  • The Things My Readers Tell Me