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Volume 3 - No. 55 - September 20, 1940

I Was There! - 'All In the Day's Work' Says an A.F.S.

Sep1940

I Was There! - 'All In the Day's Work' Says an A.F.S.

Inspecting raid damage in London on September 10, Mr. Churchill sympathized with auxiliary firemen who had been on duty for many hours. "Never mind, sir", said one of them. "It's all in the day's work

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Third V.C. for the Navy

Sep1940

Third V.C. for the Navy

On September 3rd it was announced that the posthumous award of a V.C., the tenth of the present war, had been made to Leading Seaman Jack Foreman Mantle, of H.M.S. Foylebank, a 5,600-ton motor ship of

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Song of a Home Guard

Sep1940

Song of a Home Guard

If with parachute and gun The Nazis come and I get one, Richer for his blood will blow Kentish flowers which we know On some sunny slope whereby We encounter, he and I; Or stronger some dog-dais

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Full index of this magazine

  • Jottings From the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • When Tank Fought Tank Near Arras
  • What We Have Learned in a Year's A.R.P.
  • Italy's Water Supplies Are The Things To Hit
  • Italian Fighters and Bombers
  • London Feels the Full Blast of Nazi Fury
  • In A Crescendo of Fury the Air War Goes On
  • Rumania Finds a Scapegoat in King Carol
  • Our Searchlight on the War
  • Third V.C. for the Navy
  • I Was There! - Our Shelter Shook - and So Did We
  • I Was There! - We Dived to 800 Feet to Bomb Kiel
  • I Was There! - 'All In the Day's Work' Says an A.F.S.
  • I Was There! - I Flew With the R.A.F. Over Kassala
  • I Was There! - We Thought We had Rammed an E-boat
  • There Will Be No Nazi Aggression in Iceland
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Third V.C. for the Navy
  • Song of a Home Guard
  • Items of War Interest from Far and Near