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Volume 1 - No. 6 - October 21, 1939

I Was There! - I Saw an Air-Liner Passenger Shot


I Was There! - I Saw an Air-Liner Passenger Shot

On September 26 a Dutch air-liner flying from Malmo to Amsterdam was attacked in error by a German seaplane, and one of the passengers, Mr. Gustave Lamm, a Swedish engineer, was killed by machine-gun

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Full index of this magazine

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • Epic Siege and Fall of Warsaw
  • How Russia and Germany Shared the Spoil
  • Aerial Battles in the West
  • German Air Weapon at Work East and West
  • Uneasy Neighbours of the Soviet Power
  • Methods that Will Beat U-Boats
  • For H.M. Navy's 'Constant Care'
  • They Defy the U-Boats - and So Britain Lives
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • Our War Gazetteer
  • Dutch and Belgians on the Alert
  • First Lord's Tonic for the Nation
  • Winston Churchill, 'Nazi Enemy No. 1'
  • Odd Facts About the War
  • The Good Old Horse Comes Back
  • Silent Sentries Await the Raiders
  • The Tank Idea Triumphs Again
  • I Was There! - 'Old Hitler Gave Me a Headache'
  • I Was There! - I Saw an Air-Liner Passenger Shot
  • I Was There! - With the French Troops in Germany
  • I Was There! - They Arrested Me as a German Spy
  • I Was There! - All U-Boat Commanders Are Not So Callous
  • Million A.A. Shells in the Making
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Fathers and Sons
  • It Is Said That...
  • Our Who's Who of the War