The War Illustrated - No. 88
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 4 - No. 88 - May 9, 1941
- Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
- How Britons and Anzacs Fought in Greece
- 'They Wove New Legends Round Mt. Olympus'
- The Greeks Fought Nobly to the End
- The Lion of Judah Rampant Once More
- Now the Germans Swept on to Egypt
- They're Most Unpopular in Berlin
- Twice in a Week They Rode the Storm
- Yugoslavia Crushed in 12 Days' Total War
- How Marshal List's Tanks Thrust to Victory
- Ups and Downs in the Battle of the Atlantic
- America Knows How to Deal with Sabotage
- Our Searchlight on the War
- Tangier (Now Spanish) Greets the Nazis
- I Was There! - I Saw the Germans Well Beaten at Tobruk
- I Was There! - My Men Got Sick of Killing the Germans
- I Was There! - We Chased Nazis Over the Fields on My Tractor
- I Was There! - I Was with London's A.R.P. that April Night
- Our Diary of the War