The War Illustrated - No. 89
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. 89, see for other numbers our main index.
Volume 4 - No. 89 - May 16, 1941
- Jottings from the Editor's Wartime Diary
- Bitter Indeed Were the Last Hours in Greece
- All Greece Overrun by the Nazi Hordes
- Bigger and Better Bombs to Bring Victory
- The Nazis Just a Little Nearer the Nile
- 'Hellish Struggle' in the Western Desert
- Just What Are There 'Panzer' Divisions?
- America Has Her Part in the Atlantic Battle
- Battling Across East Africa's Barren Uplands
- Britain Forceed to Take Action in Iraq
- They Went to Greece to Honour Our Bond
- Is There Any Need to Worry about Gibraltar?
- Our Searchlight on the War
- U.S. 'Plane Production Getting Into High Gear
- I Was There! - I Did the Transatlantic 'Hop' with American Bombers
- I Was There! - In Greece We Got Our Revenge for Calais
- I Was There! - 'The British Did a Good Job at Bardia'
- I Was There! - We Know We Made Vital Hits at Tripoli
- I Was There! - What I Saw of India's Great New Arsenal
- Our Diary of the War
- From One Great Democrat to Another