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Volume 3 - No. 63 - November 15, 1940

The Animals in the Zoo Don't Mind the Raids

Nov1940

The Animals in the Zoo Don't Mind the Raids

The Zoo in Regent's Park is not only one of the favourite resorts of Londoners but a national institution. Hence this account, reprinted by permission from "The Times", of how it is faring during the

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I Was There! - Our Skipper Proved 'As Cool as Ice'

Nov1940

I Was There! - Our Skipper Proved 'As Cool as Ice'

The heroism of some of the seamen in the convoys was recognized on October 29, when decorations were awarded to them. The story that led to the granting of the M.B.E. to Captain W. H. Dawson, whose sh

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I Was There! - We Were Bombed on a London Tram

Nov1940

I Was There! - We Were Bombed on a London Tram

During an early morning air raid on London, on October, trams and buses in a busy street were severely damaged by a bomb, and several casualties occurred among the passengers on their way to work. Her

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Full index of this magazine

  • Jottings From the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • Byron Would Have Been Proud of Greece Today
  • Who Are These Americans, Our Friends?
  • London By Night Through American Eyes
  • They Keep the King's Peace in Palestine
  • New Turkey Is Like a Strong Man Armed
  • Italian 'Planes in Battle for Greece
  • Nazi Defeat in the Air Battle Now Made Clear
  • Nazi Threat of Shipping Blockade Fails Again
  • How Destroyers Bring the Food Ships Home
  • The Animals in the Zoo Don't Mind the Raids
  • Our Searchlight on the War
  • I Was There! - Over Berlin I Shouted 'Let Them Go!'
  • I Was There! - Our Skipper Proved 'As Cool as Ice'
  • I Was There! - We Were Bombed on a London Tram
  • Pigeons Have Their Place in Britain's Army
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Items of War Interest from Far and Near