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Volume 3 - No. 61 - November 1, 1940

In a Heavy Sea

Nov1940

In a Heavy Sea

In a heavy sea a British battle-cruiser is putting out from port. The great weight of these ships and their high speed makes them inclined, like battleships, to cut through the waves rather than rid

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Retribution

Nov1940

Retribution

And shall he live? Who feared to meet a worthy foe And sought the weak to overthrown? Who wasted, pillaged, plundered, slew, And proved his bonded word untrue? Whose ears were deaf and eyes were

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Full index of this magazine

  • Jottings From the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • Britain Can Win - and Britain Will!
  • There is a Free Belgian Government in London Now
  • 'Too Right' Is 'Ajax's' Word For It!
  • The Burma Road is Open to Traffic Again
  • Was September 16 Hitler's Invasion Day?
  • Once Again the Luftwaffe Changes Its Tactics
  • In the 'Eagle' Squadron They Are Americans All
  • How Our Guns Drive Away the Raiders
  • Through the Night with London's Fire Fighters
  • 'Wounded' Balloons Make Such Good Patients!
  • In a Heavy Sea
  • Tovey Now Holds the Post That Beatty Held
  • Our Searchlight on the War
  • Princess Elizabeth to Children of the Empire
  • I Was There! - A Nazi Airman Landed In Our Meadow
  • I Was There! - The 'Truant' Recued Us After 134 Days
  • I Was There! - Mine Was a Hot Night With 'Alf Bagwash'
  • I Was There! - How We Bombed Flushing Docks
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Retribution
  • Items of War Interest from Far and Near