The War Illustrated - No. 130
Below are some articles from this famous World War Two magazine. Some articles have already been added, others will be added in the future.
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Volume 5 - No. 130 - June 12, 1942
- But Japan's Fleet May Still Be of Clay
- Has Prinz Eugen Lived to Fight Another Day?
- Madagascar: The Taking of Diego Suarez
- Will They Always Lie Becalmed at Martinique?
- Our Searchlight on the War
- We've Built the 'Persia Road' Into Russia
- Kerch and Kharkov: A Two-Way Offensive
- All Australia Is Mobilized for War
- Alexander's Fighting Retreat Through Burma
- Our Diary of the War
- The Home Guard is Two Years Old
- I Was There! - I Went Down to Dover, England's Malta
- I Was There! - From Hongkong I Marched With Chinese Guerillas
- I Was There! - My Visit to Stalin's Young Soldiers
- I Was There! - What I Dislike Most Are Those Tommy Patrols!
- Editor's Postscript