Volume 4 - No. 85 - April 18, 1941
The first news of the Yugoslav revolution was given to the world by Mr. Churchill in a speech in London on the morning of March 28. "I have great news for you and the whole country", the Prime Ministe
Full index of this magazine
- Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
- How the Yugoslav Nation Found Its Soul
- Theirs the Honour of Saying No to Hitler
- Peter II King of Sixteen Million Yugoslavs
- Britain's Night Fighters Have 'Cat's Eyes'
- They Fight in the Air above the Atlantic
- New Machines for a New Kind of War
- Matapan Was a Great and Glorious Victory
- How Cunningham Smashed the Italian Fleet
- See the British Army Take to the Water!
- Good Nazis Musn't Be Kind to Polish Slaves!
- Poles They May Kill but Poland - Never!
- Singapore Is Now Strong Beyond Compare
- The Battle for Keren Is Fought and Won
- Our Searchlight on the War
- I Was There! - We Spotted and Sank Two Italian Boats
- I Was There! - What My Day on the Farm Is Like
- I Was There! - Our Squadron Had a Busy 45 Minutes
- I Was There! - I Flew Back on the Other Pilot's Lap
- Our Diary of the War
- Items of War Interest