The War Illustrated - No. 27
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. 27, see for other numbers our main index.
Volume 2 - No. 27 - March 8, 1940
- Jottings from My Wartime Diary
- Finland's Three Months' Ordeal of Bloody War
- Sweden May Have to Fight on Three Fronts
- This Neutrality is a Queer Business
- More Secrets of the Maginot Line Revealed
- The Navy Bears the Main Weight of the War
- Nazis 'Command' the Sea Only From the Shore
- But France is Ready for Any Attack on Her Coast
- Words That History Will Remember
- Vignettes of Courage: Fine Tales of British Heroism
- Mere Man Listens in to Supermadman
- Home to 'Mother' for Rest and Refit
- The Army Runs its Own Railways
- I Was There! - 'The Nazis Didn't Scare Us Fishermen'
- I Was There! - We Gave the Raider a Souvenir to Take Home
- I Was There! - I Was the Youngest Survivor of the 'Daring'
- I Was There! - The Nazis Told Me England Was Starving
- I Was There! - We Sailed Half Our Ship for Three Days
- London Greets a Guardsman Home on Leave
- Our Diary of the War
- H.M.S. 'Oxley'
- It Is Said That...
- The Things My Readers Tell Me