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Volume 2 - No. 40 - June 7, 1940

A Word in Season


A Word in Season

Since Angle, Jute and Saxon became one With Norman, never have we lost a war, Even though England bears full many a scar Of old disasters and we oft have known Defeat, as when there struggled fo

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Full index of this magazine

  • Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • The Grim Struggle of the Flanders Plains
  • Aided by Treason the Nazis Gain Channel Ports
  • Dauntless Daring in Skies Filled with Nazi Aircraft
  • How the French Fight the Mechanical Nazis
  • These Are Units of the 'Mechanized Attila'
  • The Parachute Weapon and Its Menace To Britain
  • Germany's Parachute Army in the Making
  • Treachery Most Foul: May 28, 1940
  • The Home Front Unites Under Threat of Invasion
  • Britain and Egypt Take Care of 'The Ditch'
  • I Was There! - How I Escaped the German Bombs in Belgium
  • I Was There! - We Saw Children Machine-Gunned
  • I Was There! - Nazis Ruthlessly Bombed Our Hospital Ships
  • I Was There! - I Saw the Gestapo at Work in Holland
  • I Was There! - Abbeville Was a Vast Desolation of Ruins
  • The World Hears of the Great Betrayal
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • Our Diary of the War
  • A Word in Season
  • Echoes of the War from Far and Near