Volume 2 - No. 41 - June 14, 1940
What the French military spokesman described as "an exploit worthy of the most heroic examples of siege warfare" was the defence of Calais by a small force of British and French troops against a verit
In one week-end, May 31-June 2, according to the Air Ministry, British fighter pilots destroyed or severely damaged 169 German 'planes over Dunkirk. Though they came over in clouds "like gnats on a su
Full index of this magazine
- Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
- Twenty Days of Fighting All The Way
- The B.E.F. Lives On to Fight Another Day
- 'Next Time Victory Will Be With Us'
- At Dunkirk Tragedy Was Turned into Triumph
- Calais Said 'No Surrender!'
- Under a Tornado of Fire They Left Boulogne
- France's Navy Was Superb at Dunkirk
- R.A.F. Triumphs Daily Over Hordes of Nazi Airmen
- Belgium Surrenders at Her King's Order
- His Airmen Follow Hitler's 'Ice-Cold Brutal Policy'
- Hospitals and Ambulances Make Good Targets!
- It Was 'A Colossal Military Disaster' But...
- Narvik Falls at Last Before the Allied Attack
- In a Few MInutes a Thousand Bombs Fell on Paris
- I Was There! - We Were in the Great Retreat to Dunkirk
- I Was There! - Our Adventures with the Fishermen's Armada
- I Was There! - We Waited on the Beaches at Dunkirk
- I Was There! - Nurses Worked on that Dreadful Beach
- Historical Words
- Our Diary of the War
- Echoes of the War from Far and Near