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Volume 2 - No. 43 - June 28, 1940

The Nazis Show Us How They Took Eben-Eymael

Jun1940

The Nazis Show Us How They Took Eben-Eymael

Most powerful and modern of the forts of Liége, Eben-Eymael covered more than 200 acres and had an armament of two 12-centimetre guns (about 4.7-in.), over 30 of 6.5 and 7.5 cm., besides a large numbe

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I Was There! - How I Escaped as a Belgian Refugee

Jun1940

I Was There! - How I Escaped as a Belgian Refugee

An R.A.F. Fighter Command pilot who rejoined his squadron on June 5 had been posted as missing for nearly a fortnight. After his Hurricane fighter was shot down he made his way across Belgium disguise

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Full index of this magazine

  • Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • After the Fall of Paris France Lost Heart
  • On the 'City of Light' Falls the Night of Nazidom
  • 'If the Empire Lasts a Thousand Year Men Will Say, This Was Their Finest Hour'
  • These Were First Shots in the 'Battle of Britain'
  • The Nazis Show Us How They Took Eben-Eymael
  • Skirmish and Raid Opened the Italian War
  • In Libya Our Soldiers First Met the Italians
  • After Nine Months Allied Shipping Was Supreme
  • De Valera's Eire Sees the Red Light
  • I Was There! - We Left Our Lorries and Marched 24 Miles
  • I Was There! - I Saw the 'Women's Evacuation' From Paris
  • I Was There! - How We Held Up a German Tank Column
  • I Was There! - How I Escaped as a Belgian Refugee
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • Our Diary of the War