The War Illustrated - No. 28
Below are some articles from this famous World War Two magazine. Some articles have already been added, others will be added in the future.
This is the index of no. 28, see for other numbers our main index.
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