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Volume 3 - No. 47 - July 26, 1940

A few Thousand Tons of Oil Goering won't get

Jul1940

A few Thousand Tons of Oil Goering won't get

This remarkable and unique photograph shows a 'plane of the Royal Air Force actually in action in maintaining the blockade. Our bomber, far above the sea, had successfully attacked an enemy tanker c

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In Dover's Straits the Nazis Swooped

Jul1940

In Dover's Straits the Nazis Swooped

Towards the close of a beautiful day (July 14) - one so clear that from Kent's shore the white cliffs of France could be clearly seen - a convoy of Allied merchantmen was steaming steadily up Chan

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Items of War Interest from Far and Near

Jul1940

Items of War Interest from Far and Near

Marshal Pétain has signed orders putting all French ports and river mouths under the authority of the French Navy, specifically mentioning Nantes, Bordeaux and Rouen. The German radio broadcast a w

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Full index of this magazine

  • Jottings From the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • A few Thousand Tons of Oil Goering won't get
  • Italy Goes Over the Top in East Africa
  • 'Back to the Bourbons' Won't Save France
  • 'We're Sailing Against England' Sing the Nazis
  • In a Stilly Night They May Come in Gliders
  • 300 British Rifles Held 12 Miles of Front
  • The Prime Minister to Britain and the World
  • In Dover's Straits the Nazis Swooped
  • Defence and the Offensive
  • ...And Still the Dutch Don't Love the Nazis!
  • Oil is Still a Pressing Problem For the Nazis
  • Our Searchlight on the War News
  • I Was There! - I Captured a Nazi Airman on the Farm
  • I Was There! - The Front of Our Ship Was Blown Away
  • I Was There! - We Dodged the Germans for 21 Days
  • Why the Nazis Lost 140 Aircraft in Eight Days
  • British Sea Power Still the Ruling War Factor
  • Eire Has an Air Force, Small but Good
  • Our Diary of the War
  • From Mr. Churchill's Broadcast
  • Items of War Interest from Far and Near