Volume 3 - No. 62 - November 8, 1940
We have already published an eye-witness account of the seizure of Jersey by the Germans (see page 51, Vol. 3). Mr. George Turner, a Jersey tomato-grower, remained on the island for more than three mo
Full index of this magazine
- Jottings From the Editor's Wartime Diary
- Let Us Now Count Our Victories
- The Bully of Rome Strikes At Little Greece
- The Fight For France's Soul Goes On
- Victory in the Air Battle of Britain is Assured
- Bombs On Berlin - And Berliners Do Care!
- In the Indies Holland Stands Fast
- Malta is Ready for Mussolini - If He Comes!
- The Police Are in London's Front Line
- Our Searchlight on the War
- I Was There! - I Lived Under Nazi Rule in Jersey
- I Was There! - Our Bomber Was Struck By Lightning
- I Was There! - We Were Bombed on "Empress of Britain"
- Down On the Farm in the Front Line
- Our Diary of the War
- Items of War Interest from Far and Near