Volume 2 - No. 39 - May 31, 1940
After long months of waiting the R.A.F., on the invasion of the Low Countries by the Nazis, was called on to play its vitally important part. Here are a few of what the Air Ministry itself described a
Swift and complete as was the disaster that overtook Holland, the Dutch put up a resistance which was all the more remarkable because they must have realized from the very beginning that they were due
Full index of this magazine
- Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
- Rage and Fury of the 'Battle of the Bulge'
- British Army's Great Stand at Louvain
- So Began the Greatest Tank Battle in History
- Machina Age Monsters Roar on to the Attack
- 'Day by Day Come Stories of Matchless Courage'
- The Dutch Did All That Brave Men Could Do
- Our Navy to the Rescue of Holland in Distress
- The Allies Have More Ships Than Before the War
- Yugoslavia's Army is Powerful to Defend
- I Was There! - I Saw Horror and Desolation in Louvain
- I Was There! - I Was One of the Last To Leave Brussels
- I Was There! - The Sky Over My Hotel Was Full of 'Planes
- I Was There! - We Bluffed Our Way Through the Nazis
- I Was There! - We Fled From Nazi Bombing In Belgium
- I Was There! - I Filmed the British Troops in Norway
- Historic Words
- Our Diary of the War
- France Cannot Die!
- Echoes of the War from Far and Near