Volume 2 - No. 35 - May 3, 1940
The submarine "Spearfish" arrived home on April 18 after one of the most adventurous under-water patrols of the war. She had torpedoed the pocket-battleship "Admiral Scheer" and her crew were convince
Full index of this magazine
- Jottings from My Wartime Diary
- 'Considerable Success' for Our Arms in Norway
- Diplomats Are in the Front Line in Norway
- Debits and Credits of the Scandinavian War
- Only a Year After Hitler's Guarantee!
- Triumph and Tragedy Under Nothern Seas
- Drake Would Have Cheered the Men from Narvik
- 'Back to the Army Again, Sergeant'
- Words that History will Remember
- Britain's Air-Gunners Must Be 'Fighting-Fit'
- On the Fringes of the War: Yugoslavia
- Sweden Under the Shadow of the Swastika
- Transport Is One of the R.A.S.C.'s Specialities
- How to Recognize British Aeroplanes in Flight - 4
- I Was There! - King Haakon Told Me of His Ordeal
- I Was There! - How We Escaped From Germans at Narvik
- I Was There! - We Knew We Had Hit The 'Scheer'
- Our Diary of the War
- Who's Who in the Northern War Zone: 2