The War Illustrated - No. 225
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Volume 9 - No. 225 - February 1, 1946
- What of the Mediterranean's Future?
- America's Debt to Britain and Russia
- Prize Money: The Great Share-Our
- How Shall We Use War Inventions for Peace?
- Now It Can Be Told! - D-Day Rehearsal at Cambridge University
- Now It Can Be Told! - Secret Mine 'Brain' Made by a Wren Team
- Now It Can Be Told! - How H.M.S. Exeter Fought Her Last Battle
- Roger Keyes: The Passing of a Great Sailor
- Cockle Commandos of the Royal Marines
- The Best of "Yank"
- Allied Front-Line Planes That Flew Unarmed
- I Was There! - Our Welcome Home to Nazi-Ravaged Alderney
- I Was There! - I Met British Detectives in Khaki in Berlin
- I Was There! - Sapper's Great Battle of the Rhine Bridges
- I Was There! - They Teach Them All the Smugglers' Tricks
- The R.A.F. in War and Peace
- The Editor Looks Back