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Volume 2 - No. 36 - May 10, 1940

When a Nazi Bomber Crashed at Clacton

May1940

When a Nazi Bomber Crashed at Clacton

Late in the night of April 30 - May 1, 1940, a German Heinkel III bomber was heard circling low over the town of Clacton-on-Sea. It had been crippled by the anti-aircraft fire and was seeking a suitab

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I Was There! - We had Great Successes in Norway's Waters

May1940

I Was There! - We had Great Successes in Norway's Waters

Three British submarines the "Sealion", the "Truant", and the "Triton" - received a great welcome when they returned to their home ports in the third week of April after successes in the Norwegian c

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Full index of this magazine

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • Critical Days on the Norwegian Battle Front
  • Not a Man Was Lost on the Way to Norway
  • Norway's Army Is a National Militia
  • Struggling for Mastery in Norway's Skies
  • Big Guns and More Men for the Aggressors
  • From War to War Canada Remembers Vimy
  • How ' Warspite' & Her Destroyers Cleared Narvik
  • If Mussolini Took the Plunge into War
  • When a Nazi Bomber Crashed at Clacton
  • I Was There! - I Saw the British Land in Norway
  • I Was There! - German Parachutists Surrendered to Us
  • I Was There! - We had Great Successes in Norway's Waters
  • I Was There! - How Bergen was Taken by 100 Germans
  • Norwegian Sailormen Trained to Arms in England
  • Historic Words
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Norwegian Phrases for British Soldiers