The War Illustrated - No. 45
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. 45, see for other numbers our main index.
Volume 3 - No. 45 - July 12, 1940
- Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
- On France Descends the Silence of Defeat
- Why the German Army Won in France
- On Vimy's Hill Sacred to Canada Hitler Triumphs
- How the Nazis Broke France's Fortress Line
- There Was Little Left in St. Malo for the Nazis
- Poles Stand Unyielding By Britain's Side
- What of the French Colonial Empire?
- The British Navy Moved - and Hilter Lost a Fleet
- From 'Down Under' to the Defence of the Homeland
- How Great Was France - How Low Is She Fallen Now!
- Our Munitions are 'Vital to the Nation & the World'
- 'Go To It!' is the Munition Workers' Slogan
- 'If the Invader Comes' - How He Will be Repulsed
- Day by Day Britain's Home Defences Grow
- Nazi Terror Reaches the Channel Islands
- Our Searchlight on the War News
- Scared by Stalin, Carol Turns to Hitler
- I Was There! - I Was in Charge of 450 French Wounded
- I Was There! - How We Bombed the Maastricht Bridges
- I Was There! - I Served as a Woman in the French Army
- What Twelve Days of Air War Cost Germany
- Our Diary of the War
- Items of War Interest from Far and Near