The War Illustrated - No. 93
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Volume 4 - No. 93 - June 13, 1941
- Our Searchlight on the War
- The War Enters a Critical New Phase
- For 1750 Miles They Chased the Bismarck
- How the Royal Navy Avenged the Hood
- And Still Tobruk Holds Out
- Hard and Bitter Was the Fight for Crete
- Flame and Fury of a New Kind of War
- The War in Abyssinia in Retrospect
- Our Diary of the War
- For a Button or a Tank, Indent on Ordnance!
- Mr. Roosevelt's Call to the Americas
- I Was There! - In Spite of Nazi Bombs We Got Away from Greece
- I Was There! - Mine Were the Last R.A.F. Men to Leave
- I Was There! - Your British First-Aid Posts Worked Well
- I Was There! - Our Big Convoy Came Proudly Over the Atlantic
- The Editor's Postscript