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Volume 4 - No. 91 - May 30, 1941

They Don't Want to Fight, But by Jingo!

May1941

They Don't Want to Fight, But by Jingo!

The new American battleship, North Carolina, being placed in commission at the New York Navy Yard. She is one of the Washington class of six ships of 35,000 tons displacement (about 41,000 tons full

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I Was There! - I Captured a Nazi Parachutist - It Was Hess!

May1941

I Was There! - I Captured a Nazi Parachutist - It Was Hess!

When Rudolf Hess, Hitler's Deputy, landed by parachute near Glasgow on the night of May 10th he was first encountered at Newton Mearns, 8 miles from Glasgow, by a Scottish ploughman, David McLean, who

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Full index of this magazine

  • Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • The Strange Case of Rudolf Hess
  • What a Task Was the R.A.F.'s in Greece!
  • Britain's Sky-Soldiers Learn Their Job
  • They Don't Want to Fight, But by Jingo!
  • Our Searchlight on the War
  • Poland's Naval Cadets in Britain
  • I Was There! - I Captured a Nazi Parachutist - It Was Hess!
  • I Was There! - How We Brought Three Night Raiders Down
  • I Was There! - My Diary of Eleven Days in the Libyan Desert
  • I Was There! - Our Life in Iceland is Too Peaceful
  • I Was There! - I Was Bombed in a Valley Under Parnassus
  • Our Diary of the War