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Volume 3 - No. 51 - August 23, 1940

Personal Valour


Personal Valour

If once we feared that Fear itself might come, A lodger with a retinue of slaves, (Despair, misgiving, doubt, and other knaves) To make within our soul their shameful home, Like some dishonourable

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Full index of this magazine

  • Jottings From the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • Now May Begin the Battle for Our Empire
  • The Air Battle of Britain: First Phase Opens
  • Canada Is in the Front Line Now - And Knows It
  • After Three Years China Is Still Unsubdued
  • The Nazis Say that London's Port Is Empty!
  • Goebbels' Biggest Lie Is Answered
  • Why the Bomber Often Misses the Convoy
  • A Dutchman Sees Life In Hitler's Navy
  • E-Boats Will Do No Better Than U-Boats
  • African Soldiers Are Proud to Fight
  • Our Searchlight on the War News
  • I Was There! - My Squadron Shot 21 Nazis in One Day
  • I Was There! - Coming Back From Kiel Our Bomber Sank
  • I Was There! - Our Gunners Fought Waist-Deep in Water
  • I Was There! - My Day Over The Mediterranean
  • I Was There! - I Trekked Across France to Spain
  • British Personalities of the War
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Personal Valour
  • Items of War Interest from Far and Near