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Volume 4 - No. 77 - February 21, 1941

H.M.S. Manchester


H.M.S. Manchester

H.M.S. Manchester, a 9,400-ton cruiser of the same class as the ill-fated Southampton, was commissioned in 1938, and since then has seen war service in many seas, from the Indian Ocean to beyond the A

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Full index of this magazine

  • Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • Benghazi: Crowning Triumph of the Libyan War
  • Wavell's Five-Front Attack on Italian Africa
  • Tearing Italy's Empire to 'Shreds and Tatters'
  • The Heroic Greek Army Hurled Back Mussolini
  • The Sea Efforts of the Empire's Navies
  • What Germany Holds on the Continent Today
  • How the Nazis Are 'Taking Over' Italy
  • 'We Shall Not Fail or Falter'
  • Eritrea: Key to Italian East Africa
  • This Is how I Felt When I Was 'Blitzed'
  • Our Searchlight on the War
  • I Was There! - We Watched the Air Fight over Derna
  • I Was There! - Our Captain Had to Sink the Hyperion
  • On Him May Depend the Aircraft's Safety
  • Some Lesser-Knowns of the Luftwaffe
  • Our Diary of the War
  • H.M.S. Manchester
  • Items of War Interest from Far and Near