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Volume 2 - No. 21 - January 26, 1940

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • With Bombs, not Bayonets, the Reds Hope to Win
  • Red Tanks Come to Grief in the Arctic War
  • Where Will the Blow Fall in the West?
  • French Towns Emptied by the Threat of War
  • They Are Prisoners From Five Fronts
  • This is the Sort of War Nazi Airmen Prefer
  • Watch and Ward Above the Minelayers' Haunts
  • R.A.F.'s Deepest Yet into Nazidom
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • The R.A.F. Interview the Clerk of the Weather
  • Parachutes Mean Safety for the Fighting Airman
  • Sailing Ships are the Nursery of Germany's Navy
  • War In The Air Has So Far Hardly Begun
  • All Eyes on the Battle High Up in Britain's Sky
  • Britain's Oldest Colony Sends Her Sons to Serve
  • I Was There! - They Machine-Gunned 32 Out of 40 of Us
  • I Was There! - The Men Called Me 'Skipper'
  • I Was There! - Our Great Liner Cracked in Two
  • Wartime London Has World's Biggest Fire Brigade
  • Our Diary of the War
  • There Is Still Splendour

Volume 2 - No. 22 - February 2, 1940

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • Finland Shows What Free Men Can Do
  • The Last Man to Leave the Sinking 'Grenville'
  • The Plans That Took the Wrong Turning!
  • British Bren Gun Explained in Picture Diagram
  • Scandinavia Would Like to Help Finland
  • Rumania Looks to Her Moat
  • Eyes that Pierce the Nazi Defences
  • R.A.F. Over Germany
  • Last 'Plane to Land on the Doomed 'Courageous'
  • Britain's Blockade is Germany's Nightmare
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • Paris Black-Out Is Not So Very Black
  • 'Things Are Not Going So Badly After All'
  • Officers of Tomorrow Learn How To Do It
  • The Dover Patrol Are Always on the Job
  • I Was There! - I Was the Last Man on the 'Grenville'
  • I Was There! - I Carried Gun-cotton at Waltham Abbey
  • I Was There! - Waltham Abbey is Shaken by the Blast of War
  • I Was There! - How We Recued a German Airman
  • I Was There! - Though Neutral, the Nazis Torpedoed Us
  • Women of the Empire Take the 'Joystick'
  • Our Diary of the War

Volume 2 - No. 23 - February 9, 1940

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • 'Non-intervention' Helps the Finns to Resist
  • What is the Truth About the Red Army?
  • Round the Compass in the 'War of Nerves'
  • Religious Persecution Adds to Poland's Calvary
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • Our War Gazetteer
  • Maybe the East Will Soon Hear the Guns of War
  • Imperial India Sends its Men - and Mules
  • The 'Rock' Still Guards the Narrow Sea
  • Keeping Our Vital Secrets From the Enemy
  • The De-Prussianizing of Germany as a War Aim
  • Once a Holiday Ship She Now Sows Lawful Mines
  • The Weather Is a War Secret in Britain!
  • I Was There! - I Went Through the Flames of Helsinki
  • I Was There! - Our Ships were Sunk by the 'Graf Spee'
  • I Was There! - Nazi Airmen Bombed Our Trawlers
  • I Was There! - Eight of My Mates Died on a Raft
  • Nazi Savagery Within Sight of Britain's Coast
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Sea-Cerements

Volume 2 - No. 24 - February 16, 1940

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • 'Messages from Molotov' for the Finns
  • Will Hitler Try To Bombard London?
  • Helpless Poles Caught in Hitler's Trap
  • The Allies Command the Seas and the Cash
  • Germany Wants Oil - and Wants It Badly
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • Dogs of War Are in the Front Line Again
  • Peaceful Merchantmen in the War's Front Line
  • Britain's Merchant Navy Learns to Hit Back
  • 'Prodigious Efforts, Prodigious Results'
  • A.R.P. in the Empire's Distant Corners
  • I Was There! - I Saw the First Raider Down in England
  • I Was There! - We Went On a Bombing Raid To Germany
  • I Was There! - The Women 'Carry On' in Bombed Vaasa
  • I Was There! - We Didn't Bother About the 'Graf Spee'
  • I Was There! - German Bombers Gave Us No Rest
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Neither Will They Condemn
  • It Is Said That...
  • The Things My Readers Tell Me

Volume 2 - No. 25 - February 23, 1940

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • Mannerheim's Line Still Holds
  • Vengeance of Baffled Aggression on Finnish Towns
  • There is a Brotherhood of the Air in France
  • War Waits, but the Human Touch is There
  • Do the Neutrals Want Us to Win - or Germany?
  • The Empire's Growing Service in Freedom's Cause
  • It Has 'No Parallel in the World's History'
  • We've Got the Ships, We've Got the Boys
  • Why U-Boats Fear France's Little Ships
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • Things You May Have Forgotten
  • How to Recognize British Aeroplanes in Flight
  • The King Saw this Wonder Aircraft in Flight
  • Spade and Plough Speed Tomorrow's Victory
  • 'Where Are Our Marching Songs?'
  • Indians in Britain Rally to the Colours
  • I Was There! - Our Officer Raced to Certain Death
  • I Was There! - Our Shipmates Went Mad and Died
  • I Was There! - We Were Helpless in the Rough Seas
  • Heart and Brains of London's Vast A.R.P.
  • Taking the King's Shilling - 1940 Fashion
  • Our Diary of the War
  • The Cheerful Civilian
  • Canada's Wartime Governor Passes
  • The Things My Readers Tell Me

Volume 2 - No. 26 - March 1, 1940

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • The Finns Give Ground but Fight Even Harder
  • Vivid and Exclusive Account of Camera Man's Nerve-Warcking Work in Finland
  • Will It Always Be Quiet on the Western Front?
  • The Age-long Battle between Defence and Attack
  • The Nazi Slave-Ship Feels the Nelson Touch
  • 'Exeter' Gives New Light on the River Plate Victory
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • If War Comes to Middle East
  • Making Munitions is a Wartime Job for Women
  • This Surprising War - Six Months After
  • I Was There! - How We Boarded the 'Altmark' in Old Style
  • I Was There! - I Relayed the Fight to My Mates
  • I Was There! - We Were Treated Like Scum Below Deck
  • I Was There! - We Dived Across the 'Altmark's' Decks
  • I Was There! - I Felt Proud of 'Exeter' and All in Her
  • Our Diary of the War
  • To The Australians Coming To Help Us
  • The Things My Readers Tell Me

Volume 2 - No. 27 - March 8, 1940

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • Finland's Three Months' Ordeal of Bloody War
  • Sweden May Have to Fight on Three Fronts
  • This Neutrality is a Queer Business
  • More Secrets of the Maginot Line Revealed
  • The Navy Bears the Main Weight of the War
  • Nazis 'Command' the Sea Only From the Shore
  • But France is Ready for Any Attack on Her Coast
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • Vignettes of Courage: Fine Tales of British Heroism
  • Mere Man Listens in to Supermadman
  • Home to 'Mother' for Rest and Refit
  • The Army Runs its Own Railways
  • I Was There! - 'The Nazis Didn't Scare Us Fishermen'
  • I Was There! - We Gave the Raider a Souvenir to Take Home
  • I Was There! - I Was the Youngest Survivor of the 'Daring'
  • I Was There! - The Nazis Told Me England Was Starving
  • I Was There! - We Sailed Half Our Ship for Three Days
  • London Greets a Guardsman Home on Leave
  • Our Diary of the War
  • H.M.S. 'Oxley'
  • It Is Said That...
  • The Things My Readers Tell Me

Volume 2 - No. 28 - March 15, 1940

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • Viipuri's Agony in the Front Line of Battle
  • The Mystery of Murmansk
  • Unhappy Poland is Looted by the Nazis
  • Soon They Hope to Win Fresh Laurels
  • Old Hands 'Do Their Bit' Again in France
  • What Is this 'Vicious Spiral' of Inflation?
  • How Blood in Bottles Saves British Wounded
  • Detectives of the Death-Mine
  • France Foils Another Blockade-Runner
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • Terms You May Not Understand
  • Fact and Fiction in the Sea War's Record
  • Hot on the Trail of the German Sea Gangsters
  • Germany's Exports Caught by the Allied Control
  • Nazi Shipping Paralysed by Allied Sea Power
  • How to Recognize British Aeroplanes in Flight - 2
  • I Was There! - The 'Domala' Was Ablaze from Stem to Stern
  • I Was There! - I Told the Duke How We Hit a Nazi Bomber
  • I Was There! - 'The Bravest Man I Ever Saw'
  • I Was There! - A Submarine Collided With Our Ship
  • I Was There! - What I Saw of the Minesweepers' Life
  • Risky Work - But the Trawlermen Don't Care
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Carrying On!
  • The Things My Readers Tell Me

Volume 2 - No. 29 - March 22, 1940

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • Peace in Finland - But at a Terrible Price
  • Lens Has Not Forgotten Its Saviours Of 1918
  • France's 'Free Corps' on the Danger Trail
  • On the Fringes of the War: Denmark
  • Nazi Villainies at Sea Would Shock the Kaiser
  • The Near East Pivots on the Black Sea
  • Anzac Town in Egypt Was Made in Three Weeks
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • Things You May Not Know
  • Home Defence Men Get on with the Job They Know
  • The Evil Things We Fight - 1. Regime of the Spy
  • 'Thumbs Up!' Say Our Fighting Airmen
  • The R.A.F. Drop Their Cards On Berlin & Posen
  • I Was There! - Our Objective That Night Was Prague
  • I Was There! - We Made Our Ship Race a U-boat
  • I Was There! - Terror Was Rife in the Poland I Left
  • In Wartime Nothing Is Really Rubbish
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Over The Air
  • The Things My Readers Tell Me

Volume 2 - No. 30 - March 29, 1940

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • In Finland the Guns Were Silent at Last
  • Finland's Fate: Facts for the Foolhardy
  • On the Fringes of the War: Norway
  • There's a Real Boom in British Shipbuilding
  • The North Sea Has Its Own A.R.P. Now
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • Hong Kong: War's Shadow on an Empire Outpost
  • This is What Hitler Would Like to Do to Us
  • Even in Table Bay They Sweep for Mines
  • King Carol Raises the Ban on the Iron Guard
  • The Evil Things We Fight - 2. The Law of the Jungle
  • Young India Takes to Its Wings for Empire Defence
  • I Was There! - We Scored a Direct Hit on a U-Boat
  • I Was There! - We Had a Surprise From Our Friends
  • I Was There! - Our Shells Certainly Reached Their Mark
  • I Was There! - We Chased a U-Boat and Destroyed It
  • I Was There! - How We Landed in Germany by Mistake
  • Mamzelle Helps to Put France's Air Force on Top
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Sleep No More
  • Odd Facts About the War

Volume 2 - No. 31 - April 5, 1940

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • Ringing Dpwm the Curtain on the Finnish War
  • Death Taught the Red Army How to Win
  • On the Fringes of the War: Rumania
  • The War May Cost Ten Millions a Day
  • New Zealand Welcomes 'Achilles' Home
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • 'We Fight for a Durable & Moral Peace'
  • From Scapa to Sylt: The R.A.F. Hits Back
  • There's Always a Rush to Man the Lifeboat
  • I Was There! - We Got 100 per cent Success at Sylt
  • I Was There! - I Watched the R.A.F. 'Fireworks' at Sylt
  • Scapa and Sylt: The Bombers Get Through
  • The Magnetic Mine is Defeated
  • Our Diary of the War
  • The Things My Readers Tell Me

Volume 2 - No. 32 - April 12, 1940

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • Finland's Brave Front in the Aftermath of War
  • Germany Manages Somehow Behind the Westwall
  • Beating The Nazis in The Balkans
  • On the Fringes of the War: Hungary
  • There Is a New Government in France
  • Soon This War Will Have Its Air 'Aces'
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • More and Yet More Balloons in Britain's Service
  • 'We Follow This War Wherever It Leads'
  • How the Neutrals Are Impeding Victory
  • How to Recognize British Aeroplanes in Flight - 3
  • Germany's Ore Supplies Are No Longer Certain
  • They Are Learning to be Soldiers and Sailors Too
  • Now It Can Be Told: Ark Royal & Graf Spee
  • I Was There! - They Were Victims of the 'Monstrous Power'
  • I Was There! - We Had a Running Fight With a Dornier
  • I Was There! - Our Boy-Gunner Hit the Heinkel
  • I Was There! - Our Men Rescued the Crew of the 'Arucas'
  • N.A.A.F.I.: They Serve Those Who Serve
  • Northern Ireland Speeds Up Her War Effort
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Finland Snows
  • The Things My Readers Tell Me

Volume 2 - No. 33 - April 19, 1940

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • Now It Was Norway's Turn for Invasion
  • The Allies Hit Back - And Hit Hard!
  • Denmark Submits to the Nazi Invader
  • Poland's Cup of Wrongs is Filled to Overflowing
  • Tightening the Blockade Into a Stranglehold
  • If War Has Not Added to London's Beauty...
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • Our War Gazetteer
  • Has the U-boat Done Its Worst in the Sea War?
  • She Was Mined and Yet Not Lost to the Navy
  • New French 'Pocket' Dirigible Shown in Diagram
  • All the A.A. Men Want Is a Target!
  • The Evil Things We Fight - 3. The New Slavery
  • Egypt May Well Be Proud of Her Camel Corps
  • Britian's 'Flying Battleship' Routs the Junkers
  • I Was There! - My Escape From the 'Barnhill' Inferno
  • I Was There! - My Spitfire was the First to be Shot Down
  • I Was There! - I Visited the French Outposts By Night
  • Czechoslovakia Has an Army in France
  • They Fight in France to Liberate their Fatherland
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Soldier, 1940
  • The Things My Readers Tell Me

Volume 2 - No. 34 - April 26, 1940

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • 'British Forces Have Landed in Norway'
  • Traitors Within Opened Norway's Gates to Nazis
  • How Oslo Fell to Only 1,500 Nazi Troops
  • Hitler's Navy Fast Sinking Beneath the Waves
  • Not Once But Twice the Navy Struck at Narvik
  • Denmark's First Days of Nazi Occupation
  • 'First Main Crunch of the War'
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • On the Fringes of the War: Bulgaria
  • Britain Has No Need for Food Parcels!
  • I Was There! - I Saw Oslo Fall to the Germans
  • I Was There! - We Were Bombed Eight Times in Six Days
  • I Was There! - Our Gunners Fired with the Decks Awash
  • From War to War: My 'Prophecy' of 1918
  • Into Battle Go the 'Planes of the Fleet Air Arm
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Who's Who in the Northern War Zone: 1
  • The Things My Readers Tell Me

Volume 2 - No. 35 - May 3, 1940

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • 'Considerable Success' for Our Arms in Norway
  • Diplomats Are in the Front Line in Norway
  • Debits and Credits of the Scandinavian War
  • Only a Year After Hitler's Guarantee!
  • Triumph and Tragedy Under Nothern Seas
  • Drake Would Have Cheered the Men from Narvik
  • 'Back to the Army Again, Sergeant'
  • Words that History will Remember
  • Britain's Air-Gunners Must Be 'Fighting-Fit'
  • On the Fringes of the War: Yugoslavia
  • Sweden Under the Shadow of the Swastika
  • Transport Is One of the R.A.S.C.'s Specialities
  • How to Recognize British Aeroplanes in Flight - 4
  • I Was There! - King Haakon Told Me of His Ordeal
  • I Was There! - How We Escaped From Germans at Narvik
  • I Was There! - We Knew We Had Hit The 'Scheer'
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Who's Who in the Northern War Zone: 2

Volume 2 - No. 36 - May 10, 1940

  • Jottings from My Wartime Diary
  • Critical Days on the Norwegian Battle Front
  • Not a Man Was Lost on the Way to Norway
  • Norway's Army Is a National Militia
  • Struggling for Mastery in Norway's Skies
  • Big Guns and More Men for the Aggressors
  • From War to War Canada Remembers Vimy
  • How ' Warspite' & Her Destroyers Cleared Narvik
  • If Mussolini Took the Plunge into War
  • When a Nazi Bomber Crashed at Clacton
  • I Was There! - I Saw the British Land in Norway
  • I Was There! - German Parachutists Surrendered to Us
  • I Was There! - We had Great Successes in Norway's Waters
  • I Was There! - How Bergen was Taken by 100 Germans
  • Norwegian Sailormen Trained to Arms in England
  • Historic Words
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Norwegian Phrases for British Soldiers

Volume 2 - No. 37 - May 17, 1940

  • Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • Retreat From Trondheim: The First Phase Ends
  • Narvik's Fate in the Balance of War
  • From France's Southern Alps to Norway's Snows
  • Norway and After: How Goes the War?
  • Her Peaceable Peasants Made Strutting 'Soldati'
  • On the Fringes of the War: Holland
  • Premier Lifts the Curtain on Norway
  • Zeebrugge Admiral Pleads for Bold Action
  • The Ceaseless Thames-side Vigil
  • I Was There! - I Saw the British Troops Leave Namsos
  • I Was There! - Our A.R.P. Service Did Well at Clacton
  • I Was There! - I Was Doctor on the Bombed Hospital Ship
  • Thrilling Stories of Battle by Men Who Were There
  • Historic Words
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Echoes of the War from Far and Near

Volume 2 - No. 38 - May 24, 1940

  • Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • 'The Wild Beast Springs Out of His Lair'
  • 'War With All Our Might'
  • 'Gort's Men' Speed to Aid the Belgians
  • Parachuite Troops Bring War From the Skies
  • 'Kultur' Comes Again This Side the Rhine
  • Holland Overwhelmed in a Five-Days Campaign
  • Switzerland Stands-To on Her Mountain Bulwarks
  • They March under Leopold to the Battle
  • The Epic Stories of the Glosters on the Frozen Lake
  • Of the British Family Only Eire Is Not aw War
  • Preparing a Hot Reception for Any Parachutists
  • I Was There! - I Saw Fighting, But No Panic, In Amsterdam
  • I Was There! - How We Escaped Bombers and Parachutists
  • I Was There! - Our Captain Was the Last Off the 'Afridi'
  • Malta Is Ready for Any Onslaught
  • Historic Words
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Echoes of the War from Far and Near

Volume 2 - No. 39 - May 31, 1940

  • Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • Rage and Fury of the 'Battle of the Bulge'
  • British Army's Great Stand at Louvain
  • So Began the Greatest Tank Battle in History
  • Machina Age Monsters Roar on to the Attack
  • 'Day by Day Come Stories of Matchless Courage'
  • The Dutch Did All That Brave Men Could Do
  • Our Navy to the Rescue of Holland in Distress
  • The Allies Have More Ships Than Before the War
  • Yugoslavia's Army is Powerful to Defend
  • I Was There! - I Saw Horror and Desolation in Louvain
  • I Was There! - I Was One of the Last To Leave Brussels
  • I Was There! - The Sky Over My Hotel Was Full of 'Planes
  • I Was There! - We Bluffed Our Way Through the Nazis
  • I Was There! - We Fled From Nazi Bombing In Belgium
  • I Was There! - I Filmed the British Troops in Norway
  • Historic Words
  • Our Diary of the War
  • France Cannot Die!
  • Echoes of the War from Far and Near

Volume 2 - No. 40 - June 7, 1940

  • Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • The Grim Struggle of the Flanders Plains
  • Aided by Treason the Nazis Gain Channel Ports
  • Dauntless Daring in Skies Filled with Nazi Aircraft
  • How the French Fight the Mechanical Nazis
  • These Are Units of the 'Mechanized Attila'
  • The Parachute Weapon and Its Menace To Britain
  • Germany's Parachute Army in the Making
  • Treachery Most Foul: May 28, 1940
  • The Home Front Unites Under Threat of Invasion
  • Britain and Egypt Take Care of 'The Ditch'
  • I Was There! - How I Escaped the German Bombs in Belgium
  • I Was There! - We Saw Children Machine-Gunned
  • I Was There! - Nazis Ruthlessly Bombed Our Hospital Ships
  • I Was There! - I Saw the Gestapo at Work in Holland
  • I Was There! - Abbeville Was a Vast Desolation of Ruins
  • The World Hears of the Great Betrayal
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • Our Diary of the War
  • A Word in Season
  • Echoes of the War from Far and Near

Volume 2 - No. 41 - June 14, 1940

  • Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • Twenty Days of Fighting All The Way
  • The B.E.F. Lives On to Fight Another Day
  • 'Next Time Victory Will Be With Us'
  • At Dunkirk Tragedy Was Turned into Triumph
  • Calais Said 'No Surrender!'
  • Under a Tornado of Fire They Left Boulogne
  • France's Navy Was Superb at Dunkirk
  • R.A.F. Triumphs Daily Over Hordes of Nazi Airmen
  • Belgium Surrenders at Her King's Order
  • His Airmen Follow Hitler's 'Ice-Cold Brutal Policy'
  • Hospitals and Ambulances Make Good Targets!
  • It Was 'A Colossal Military Disaster' But...
  • Narvik Falls at Last Before the Allied Attack
  • In a Few MInutes a Thousand Bombs Fell on Paris
  • I Was There! - We Were in the Great Retreat to Dunkirk
  • I Was There! - Our Adventures with the Fishermen's Armada
  • I Was There! - We Waited on the Beaches at Dunkirk
  • I Was There! - Nurses Worked on that Dreadful Beach
  • Historical Words
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Echoes of the War from Far and Near

Volume 2 - No. 42 - June 21, 1940

  • Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • Now Was Launched 'The Battle of France'
  • 'The Order Is Fight Without Thought of Retreat'
  • The R.A.F. Strike and Strike Again at Germany
  • No One Sounds 'Last Post' Now at Menin Gate
  • The 'Little B.E.F.'s' Great Stand on the Somme
  • They Were a Very Gallant Band of Brothers
  • 250,000 Soldiers 'Walked the Plank' - to Safety
  • There Were None but Heroes at Dunkirk
  • Enter Italy's Gangster and his Gunmen
  • On a Gambler's Throw Mussolini Stakes His All
  • 'Gainst Shells and Bombs 'the Rock' Makes Ready
  • I Was There! - Our Fellows Were Firing as the Ship Sank
  • I Was There! - How We Blocked Zeebrugge Once Again
  • I Was There! - We Kept Our Canteen Going at Boulogne
  • I Was There! - We Held Off 400 Nazis For 12 Hours
  • War in the Air as the Victor Sees It
  • Perfidious Italy's Stab in the Back
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Echoes of the War from Far and Near

Volume 2 - No. 43 - June 28, 1940

  • Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • After the Fall of Paris France Lost Heart
  • On the 'City of Light' Falls the Night of Nazidom
  • 'If the Empire Lasts a Thousand Year Men Will Say, This Was Their Finest Hour'
  • These Were First Shots in the 'Battle of Britain'
  • The Nazis Show Us How They Took Eben-Eymael
  • Skirmish and Raid Opened the Italian War
  • In Libya Our Soldiers First Met the Italians
  • After Nine Months Allied Shipping Was Supreme
  • De Valera's Eire Sees the Red Light
  • I Was There! - We Left Our Lorries and Marched 24 Miles
  • I Was There! - I Saw the 'Women's Evacuation' From Paris
  • I Was There! - How We Held Up a German Tank Column
  • I Was There! - How I Escaped as a Belgian Refugee
  • Words That History Will Remember
  • Our Diary of the War

Volume 2 - No. 44 - July 5, 1940

  • Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
  • France's Might is Humbled and Broken
  • The Armistice: German and Italian Terms
  • The Prime Minister on the French Surrender and the French Fleet
  • So In All France Was No Salvation Found
  • This Is the French Navy That Hitler Demanded
  • France Betrayed By Her Leaders
  • The New Phase in Our Air War Against Germany
  • American Bombers Under Fire with R.A.F.
  • The French Empire Refuses to Haul Down the Flag
  • These Were Once Englishmen's Homes
  • They Held More Than Hitler - But They Lost
  • Their Anderson Shelters Saved Their Lives
  • 'I Will Not War Against Women and Children'
  • How Then Does Hitler Explain These Photos?
  • South Africa Will Stand with Britain to the End
  • Mussolini Has Always Had His Eyes on Malta
  • I Was There! - Our Homes Were Bombed by the Germans
  • I Was There! - One Man Saved the 'Lucky Batch' at Dunkirk
  • I Was There! - Not a Man Got Away from Our Tank
  • For Easy Recognition of Nazi Troop 'Planes
  • Making Ready for the Battle of Britain
  • Historic Words
  • Our Diary of the War
  • Items of War Interest