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Volume 3 - No. 64 - November 22, 1940

'Ajax' of River Plate Fame Hits Hard Again

Nov1940

'Ajax' of River Plate Fame Hits Hard Again

This great column of smoke marks the end of the "Artigliere", an Italian destroyer sunk in the Mediterranean by H.M.S. "Ajax" on October 12, 1940. The British ship engaged three enemy destroyers, in

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Our Heavy Tanks Make Light of Heavy Going

Nov1940

Our Heavy Tanks Make Light of Heavy Going

When tanks are on manoeuvres they do not look for easy ways or smooth going, but seek out every obstacle likely to make their course a hard one. Here heavy Infantry Tanks Mark 2, weighing 25 tons ap

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To The Workers of London

Nov1940

To The Workers of London

You should be proud, the humdrum and the weak, Not versed in war nor schooled to high performance, Who bear no shield but your own mute endurance, Carry no sword but keen-edged Cockney laughter. Y

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Full index of this magazine

  • Jottings From the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • 'Ajax' of River Plate Fame Hits Hard Again
  • Mussolini's Men Checked in the Mountain Battle
  • Don't We Really Know What We're Fighting For?
  • Who Is This Man Franklin Roosevelt?
  • Our Heavy Tanks Make Light of Heavy Going
  • This is the Hurricane Hawkers Build
  • Our A.A. Guns Shot Down 357 Raiders
  • Abyssinia May Soon Flame into Revolt
  • Our Bombers Will Yet Destroy the Nazi Tyranny
  • 'They Are Coming Just When Most Needed'
  • Now War Has Come to the Isles of Greece
  • Our Searchlight on the War
  • I Was There! - Flames Drove Us Off the 'Empress'
  • I Was There! - We Serve Jam Puffs Down East at 5 a.m.!
  • Democracy Finds Itself in London's Tube Shelters
  • Our Diary of the War
  • To The Workers of London
  • Items of War Interest from Far and Near