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Volume 2 - No. 41 - June 14, 1940

Calais Said 'No Surrender!'

Jun1940

Calais Said 'No Surrender!'

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

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R.A.F. Triumphs Daily Over Hordes of Nazi Airmen

Jun1940

R.A.F. Triumphs Daily Over Hordes of Nazi Airmen

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

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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