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Volume 4 - No. 99 - July 25, 1941

Epitaph on a Very Young Airman


Epitaph on a Very Young Airman

Think not of valour the pain That never deflected my course: Limbs would have mended again; Wavering brings but remorse. But think of the heart that lies cold The singer, whose songs are uns

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Full index of this magazine

  • Our Searchlight on the War
  • This America is Not Too Proud to Fight
  • Soviet Soldiers Have Surprised the World
  • R.A.F. Invasion of Hitler's Europe Has Begun
  • Speed the Tanks for the Victory Roll!
  • In Giant Battles Russia Stems the German Flood
  • Conflicting Claims in a Terrific Struggle
  • Still the Atlantic Is One Vast Battlefield
  • America Joins Britain in Iceland's Defence
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Britain's 'Recce' Troops Seen in Action
  • There Was No Sea-borne Invasion of Crete
  • I Was There! - Ours Was A Quiet Passage From Canada
  • I Was There! - My Men of the Ladybird said 'Carry On, Sir'
  • I Was There! - A Nazi Shot Me Down Into the Channel
  • I Was There! - We Went to Rescue Our Bombed Hospital Ship
  • I Was There! - The Raider Picked Us Up from the Zamzam
  • Epitaph on a Very Young Airman
  • Our War Gazetteer: Russian Front
  • The Editor's Postscript