Volume 4 - No. 92 - June 6, 1941
A Depth-Charge has just been huried overboard from this ex-American destroyer, a German submarine being int he vicinity. The depth-charge is one of our most formidable weapons in the Atlantic battle
This is our anguish and our privilege
To live through sombre hours and shadowed days.
We own no safe and easy heritage.
We tread no pleasant paths, no sheltered ways.
Yet chosen for the greatnes
Full index of this magazine
- Our Searchlight on the War
- Which of the Arabs are our Friends?
- 'The Superb Women of Great Britain'
- Exit 'Sawdust Caesar' from East Africa
- Germans Say: 'The Drive on Suez Has Begun'
- The 'Drang nach Osten' is Now Under Way
- This is not Britain's Fight Alone
- Our Diary of the War
- The Home Guard's First Birthday
- New U.S. Eagles for Our Embattled Skies
- I Was There! - Our Pilots Fought in London's Heaviest Blitz
- I Was There! - We Had a Little League of Nations in My Boat
- I Was There! - We Were Lucky to Escape British Night Fighters
- A Message for Today
- I Was There! - We Girls are Timber Measurers
- The Editor's Postscript