The War Illustrated - No. 8
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. 8, see for other numbers our main index.
Volume 1 - No. 8 - November 4, 1939
- Jottings from My Wartime Diary
- A Permanent Picture Record of the Second Great War
- Waiting for Zero Hour in the West
- The Poles Pay the Price of Defeat
- The Bolshevik Flood Reaches the Baltic
- How the New B.E.F. Went to France
- Britain's Supremacy in the Air
- Britain Takes Toll of First Air Raiders
- The Cavalry of the Skies in Training
- The Tragedy of the 'Royal Oak'
- No Easy Passage for the U-Boats
- Chamberlain Meets the 'Peace Offensive'
- Marshalling the Empire's Air Strength
- How They Saw Each Other - 'Only Yesterday'!
- Make-Believe - But Very Like the Real Thing
- When Hitler Hoisted the Pirate's Flag
- I Was There! - We Were Rescued from the 'Royal Oak'
- I Was There! - What We Saw of the First Air Raid on Britain
- I Was There! - I Followed Warsaw Raiders with My Camera
- I Was There! - We Saw the U-Boat Captain a Prisoner
- I Was There! - How We Dodged the British Navy
- Our Diary of the War
- It Is Said That...
- Odd Facts About the War