TracesOfWar needs your help! Every euro, pound or dollar you contribute greatly supports the continuation of this website. Go to stiwot.nl and donate!

Volume 2 - No. 44 - July 5, 1940

I Was There! - Our Homes Were Bombed by the Germans

Jul1940

I Was There! - Our Homes Were Bombed by the Germans

On Tuesday, June 18, Mr. Churchill warned the country that increased air attacks by the Germans were to be expected immediately, and that same night and the following night raiders attacked military a

Read more

Items of War Interest

Jul1940

Items of War Interest

Canada has in store over 279,624,000 bushels of wheat twice as much as at the corresponding period last year. A purse for the first British airman who shoot down either of Mussolini's sons is off

Read more

Full index of this magazine

  • Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • France's Might is Humbled and Broken
  • The Armistice: German and Italian Terms
  • The Prime Minister on the French Surrender and the French Fleet
  • So In All France Was No Salvation Found
  • This Is the French Navy That Hitler Demanded
  • France Betrayed By Her Leaders
  • The New Phase in Our Air War Against Germany
  • American Bombers Under Fire with R.A.F.
  • The French Empire Refuses to Haul Down the Flag
  • These Were Once Englishmen's Homes
  • They Held More Than Hitler - But They Lost
  • Their Anderson Shelters Saved Their Lives
  • 'I Will Not War Against Women and Children'
  • How Then Does Hitler Explain These Photos?
  • South Africa Will Stand with Britain to the End
  • Mussolini Has Always Had His Eyes on Malta
  • I Was There! - Our Homes Were Bombed by the Germans
  • I Was There! - One Man Saved the 'Lucky Batch' at Dunkirk
  • I Was There! - Not a Man Got Away from Our Tank
  • For Easy Recognition of Nazi Troop 'Planes
  • Making Ready for the Battle of Britain
  • Historic Words
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Items of War Interest