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Volume 4 - No. 98 - July 18, 1941

Farewell to Fear


Farewell to Fear

The following lines were written by an airman after a recent crash: Three days ago Eternity stood nigh me, Clean, white as snow With nothing to deny me A passing mild, Some little fame behind

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Full index of this magazine

  • Our Searchlight on the War
  • O, Those Dull Uninspiring Communiques!
  • Our Air Offensive Is Now Really Beginning
  • Well May Russia Tempt the Greedy Nazis
  • How the 'Plans' Have Made a New Country
  • At Stalin's Battle-Cry All Russia Rallies
  • Great Nazi Gains - But No Decisive Victory
  • At the Prow They Fly the Cross of Lorraine
  • Our Diary of the War
  • I Was There! - I Warned the Man Who Sank the Robin Moor
  • I Was There! - I Saw Chinese Soldiers Going Out to Die
  • I Was There! - This Was One of Over 700 Raids on Malta
  • I Was There! - Our Bomber Was in Flames Over Wilhelmshaven
  • Farewell to Fear
  • The Editor's Postscript