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The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 118
The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 118
1942 02 10 ....... Cover: ... America's Vanguard Comes to Britain. This radioed photograph shows United States infantrymen, of what is officially styled " The United States Army Forces in the British Isles," marching through the streets of a port in Northern Ireland after their disembarkation on Jan. 26. To the music of the " Star-Spangled Banner " they came down the gangways, and they reciprocated their welcome with " There'll Always Be An England." Officially welcomed by the Duke of Abereorn, Governor-General of Northern Ireland, Major General Hartle, the American G.O.C., smilingly replied, " We art very glad to be here, I assure you." Photo, Keystone ....... Articles Inside: ... The Way of the War - What the War Has Taught Us About Japan ..... Today It Is Bombs on Singapore: Tomorrow? ..... The Gun That Knocks Out the German Tanks ..... Australia's Record Score in the Libyan 'Test' ..... Australia Meets the Threat of Invasion ..... Now India Triumphs Where Rome Held Sway ..... Our Searchlight on the War ..... In Russia the Poles are Forming an Army ..... Fighting Amid the Snow ..... Mojaisk Falls: the Great Retreat Goes On ..... 'Victory or Not, An Episode of War Most Glorious to the Men Who Have Played Their Part in It' ..... Bitter Battles for Malaya and Burma ..... Ashore in Triumph Goes the Rising Sun ..... Our Diary of the War ..... Muller the Nazi Pilot Won't Fly Again ..... Russia Has Tank-Busters, Where Are Ours? ..... Martel of the Tanks Meets 'Sheila' ..... Now It's Scrap Rubber that's Wanted ..... The Farmer Works Though Winter Grips the Land ..... I Was There! Eye Witness Stories of the War - I Was Amazed that Our Beaufort Ever Got Home - We Dived Into Oil to Save Our Ship - Chinese Guerillas Helped Us Escape from Shanghai ..... Editor's Postscript

The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 119
The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 119
1942 01 30 ....... Cover: ... Dutch Marines, forming part of a landing-party from a destroyer on manoeuvres. Sturdy lads like these are now giving a good account of themselves in the Dutch East Indies, invaded by the Japanese. Ever since the outbreak of hostilities in the Far East the armed forces of the Netherlands East Indies have made an impressive showing against the enemy. Their deeds by sea and air were prominent in the news from the Far East from the very first, and now the land forces are at grips with the Japanese on the island of Celebes. Photo, Sport & General ....... Articles Inside: ... The Way of the War - 'The Last Phase' or 'The Most Dangerous'? ..... Britain's Premier Speaks in Canada's Parliament ..... They Know the 'Green Hell' of Jungle Warfare ..... In Malaya the Indians Prove Their Worth Again ..... Modern Warfare in an Ancient Roman Province ..... Strengthing the Defence of Britain's Airfields ..... Our Searchlight on the War ..... Japan's Formidable Power in the Pacific ..... The Yellow Tidal Wave in the Far East ..... First Cities of Malaya that Fell to the Enemy ..... On the Leningrad and Moscow Fronts Russia's Relentless Armies Fight Forward With Their Ally Winter ..... New Year Begins Well for the Russian Armies ..... The Two R.A.F.s 'Mid the Snow of Northern Russia ..... Our Diary of the War ..... Dutch East Indies Caught in the Tide of War ..... 'Only All-Out War Will Hasten Victory' ..... The American Machine Speeds Up for War ..... The Soldier Who is Winning the War for Russia ..... The Battle that Never Ceases, the War at Sea ..... I Was There! Eye Witness Stories of the War - I Got Right in the Middle of Eleven Messerschmitts - One French Family Kept Me for Seven Months - We Are Learning to Fly in the U.S.A.

The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 120
The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 120
1942 02 10 ....... Cover: ... America's Vanguard Comes to Britain. This radioed photograph shows United States infantrymen, of what is officially styled " The United States Army Forces in the British Isles," marching through the streets of a port in Northern Ireland after their disembarkation on Jan. 26. To the music of the " Star-Spangled Banner " they came down the gangways, and they reciprocated their welcome with " There'll Always Be An England." Officially welcomed by the Duke of Abereorn, Governor-General of Northern Ireland, Major General Hartle, the American G.O.C., smilingly replied, " We art very glad to be here, I assure you." Photo, Keystone ....... Articles Inside: ... The Way of the War - What the War Has Taught Us About Japan ..... Today It Is Bombs on Singapore: Tomorrow? ..... The Gun That Knocks Out the German Tanks ..... Australia's Record Score in the Libyan 'Test' ..... Australia Meets the Threat of Invasion ..... Now India Triumphs Where Rome Held Sway ..... Our Searchlight on the War ..... In Russia the Poles are Forming an Army ..... Fighting Amid the Snow ..... Mojaisk Falls: the Great Retreat Goes On ..... 'Victory or Not, An Episode of War Most Glorious to the Men Who Have Played Their Part in It' ..... Bitter Battles for Malaya and Burma ..... Ashore in Triumph Goes the Rising Sun ..... Our Diary of the War ..... Muller the Nazi Pilot Won't Fly Again ..... Russia Has Tank-Busters, Where Are Ours? ..... Martel of the Tanks Meets 'Sheila' ..... Now It's Scrap Rubber that's Wanted ..... The Farmer Works Though Winter Grips the Land ..... I Was There! Eye Witness Stories of the War - I Was Amazed that Our Beaufort Ever Got Home - We Dived Into Oil to Save Our Ship - Chinese Guerillas Helped Us Escape from Shanghai ..... Editor's Postscript

The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 121
The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 121
1942 02 20 ....... Cover: ... Corregidor Roars Defiance. One of General MacArthur's big guns in action against, the Japanese invaders of the Philippines. Corregidor is the rocky island fortress which stands at the entrance to Manila Bay, denying its use to the Japanese invaders Though heavily attacked from the air, it continued to hold out, affording valuable assistance to the American-Filipino troops on the Batan Peninsula. On Feb. 1 a Japanese force assembling at Ternate to attack Corregidor was blasted by the heavy artillery of the fortress. Radioed photo, Keystone ....... Articles Inside: ... The Way of the War - From Across the Atlantic New Comrades Come ..... At Far Distant Corners of the Pacific Great Cities Now Hear the Winds of War ..... If Only There Were More Australians! ..... Australia's Heart is No Longer 'Dead' ..... Our Searchlight on the War ..... So This Is the Way the Japanese Land ..... The Battle of Singapore Has Started ..... 'We Stand Beleaguered in Our Island Fortress ..... Over a Countryside Held Fast in Winter's Icy Grip Stalin's Men Maintain Their Offensive ..... Hard Knocks for the Japanese Aggressors ..... Half the Globe Is the Pacific Battlefield ..... Our Diary of the War ..... Bardia 'Bastion of Fascism,' Captured Again ..... 464-1: Mr. Churchill and the Critics ..... Women are Making Britain's Giant Bomber ..... Meet the Men of Queen Wilhelmina's Navy ....... I Was There! Eye Witness Stories of the War - With Unbelievable Suddenness the Barham Sank ..... How We Fought on the Beach at Kota Bharu - Ivan is an A.R.P. Wardon in Moscow ..... Editor's Postscript

The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 122
The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 122
1942 02 28 ....... Cover: ... Through Arctic Seas pass our convoys and their escorting warships delivering war material to Russia. The decks and superstructure like those of the warship above, become thickly encrusted with ice as the spray freezes. But, weather and foe notwithstanding the convoys get through laden with weapons and supplies for use against the Axis on the Russian Front. Photo, Associated Press ....... Articles Inside: ... The Way of the War - Are We Winning the War? ..... Some Reflections in a Dark Hour ..... In Rangoon: Gateway to the Burma Road ..... In Java They Prepare for Imminent Attack ..... Their Tomahawks 'Scalped' the Japs Over Burma ..... The Strange Case of Mr. De Valera's Ireland ..... Our Searchlight on the War ..... More Men for Gallant Malta's Defense ..... The Tragic Story of Singapore's Fall ..... So They Did Scorch the Earth in Malaya ..... Through the Enemy-infested Waters of the Mediterranean a British Convoy Battles Its Way Unharmed ..... What the Russians Have Done this Winter ..... They Fight and Die for Mother Russia ..... Our Diary of the War ..... Strange Adventure of a Sunderland's Crew ..... Repairing Rommel's Tanks ..... Above 'Hell-fire Pass' Rose the White Flag ..... Are We Pulling Our Weight in Production? ..... Some At Least Are Working 'All Out' ..... I Was There! Eye Witness Stories of the War - We Fought Our Way Through the Malayan Jungle - Chased by a U-boat, We Gave Her the Slip - I Saw the Poles Go Over the Top at Gazala ..... Editor's Postscript

The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 123
The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 123
1942 03 10 ....... Cover: ... Darwin Prepares. Already bombs have fallen on Australian soil, and the landing of Japanese forces in New Guinea and Timor presents direct threat to the continent of Australia. The little town of Darwin in the north of Australia, less than 490 miles from Timor, has now become one of the most important strategic bases in the Empire. Here are stationed thousands of A.I.F. troops as well as large air and naval establishments and a strong garrison of home defence forces. The photograph above shows a gun crew of the Australian Artillery at Darwin laying an 18-pounder. Photo, Sport & General ....... Articles Inside: ... The Way of the War - Singapore: The Way to Lose an Empire ..... America's Air Watch Over the Atlantic ..... What the Cameraman Saw at Sarawak ..... Oilfields Now 'Scorched' by Our Dutch Ally ..... From Brest Hitler's Ships Got Safe Home ..... Salute to the Men Who Gave Them Chase ..... Our Searchlight on the War ..... Britain's War Cabinet: Old Faces and New ..... From Rangoon to Darwin One Long Battle ..... Foes and Friends on the Pacific War Fronts ..... In Burma 'We Intend With Men and Materials Which Continue to Flow to Us to Attack the Enemy' ..... In Russia the Cossacks Ride Again ..... Red Horsemen Eager for the Fight ..... Our Diary of the War ..... Hitler's Guns Fire Across the Straits ..... Sansom's Rough-Riders Have Powerful Mounts ( 5th Canadian Armoured ) ..... Vital Links in the War of Machines ..... Above Singapore Floated the Flag of Japan ..... In Corregidor MacArthur Still Held Out ..... I Was There! Eye Witness Stories of the War - Singapore was Burning as I Packed My Bag - Grim Was Our Flight from the Doomed City - My Farewell Visit to the Great Naval Base ..... Editor's Postscript

The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 124
The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 124
1942 03 20 ....... Cover: ...Stirlings in Flight. Here are some of our 30-ton heavy bombers in the air. Despite its great size the Short Stirling is said to be very easy to manoeuvre, and these bombers, together with Halifax, Manchester and Lancaster bombers, are coming into service in increasing numbers ready, in the words of Sir Archibald Sinclair, " to strike hard at the vital centres of German war industry and transport". Photo, P.N.A. ....... Articles Inside: ... The Way of the War - India and China: A Turning Point ..... Changsha was a Great Victroy for Our Allies ..... There's no Pause for the R.A.F. in Lybia ..... Planes and Destroyers Keep the Convoys Safe ..... R.A.F. Hurricanes Within the Arctic Circle ..... When Our No. 151 Wing was in Russia ..... Our Searchlight on the War ..... War Flames Light Up the African Sky ..... They Fought Like Wild Cats in Java ..... Over Java Has Swept the Japanese Tornado ..... Once Again the Panicky Cry of 'Cossacks' Rings Out on the Smolensk Road ..... Stalin Greets the Glorious Red Army ..... Eighteen Young Airmen and Every One a Hero ..... Our Diary of the War ..... Australia Must Work Now as Never Before ..... Today It's 'The Horror That it Is Greece' ..... Glimpses of Europe Under the Nazi Boot ..... Far Below Ground They're Making Planes ..... Our Parachutists Led the Way at Bruneval ..... I Was There! Eye Witness Stories of the War - Inside Ten Minutes the Beach Was in Our Hands ( Bruneval ) - In Spite of All I Got Safe from Singapore ..... Editor's Postscript

The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 125
The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 125
1942 04 02 ....... Cover: ... Sir Stafford Cripps, Lord Privy Seal, who has gone to India as a member of the War Cabinet to consult with representatives of all parties on the acceptability of a new Government plan " to aid India in the realization of self-government," to use Mr. Churchill's own words. Stafford Cripps will also, during his visit, consult with the Viceroy and Genera) Wave!! upon the military situation, India is the of a special article and of the photogravure section in this number. Topical Press ....... Articles Inside: ... The Way of the War - Hong Kong & Nanking: A Tale of Horror ..... Where the First Bombs Dropped on Australia's Soil ..... Where the Invader is Next Door to India ..... 'Too Few, Too Late': The Tragedy of Rangoon ..... Still the Story is One of Retreat in Burma ..... The Inevitable Tragedy of Java's Fall ..... Nazi Strength at Sea - Powerful Units of the German Fleet ..... Inside the Nazi Fortress of Heligoland ..... Our Searchlight on the War ..... Australia 'Stripped for War' and 'Fighting Mad' ..... Once Again New Guinea Has Scenes of Savagery ..... Outstanding Personalities of the Indian Scene ..... They Speak for the Indians in a Fateful Hour ..... India Dreams of Dominion ..... From Cities of 'Richest Ind' ..... Great Centres of Imperial Rule ..... India Old and New ..... Fierce and Bloody Battle in the Java Sea ..... 'Smite the Enemy Day and Night' Said Stalin ..... 'We Shall Forget or Forgive Nothing' ..... Our Diary of the War ..... 'A Foreign Field that Is for Ever England' ..... French Papers Published at the Risk of Death ..... Who Were the Real Criminals at Rion? ..... These French Factories Worked for Hitler! ..... Short Shrift for 'Black Market' Traitors! ..... I Was There! Eye Witness Stories of the War - Rommel's Tanks Charged At Us Full Tilt - How We Scorched the Oil Wells at Palembang - Through Snow and Ice Our Ships Struggled to Russia - The Portuguese Treated Us Right Royally ..... Editor's Postscript

The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 126
The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 126
1942 04 17 ....... Cover: ... Famous American Generals, MacArthur (right) and Wainwright, photographed together in the Philippines, where the heroic resistance of American and Filipino troops has been a source of inspiration to the United Nations. On Feb. 21 President Roosevelt asked Gen. MacArthur to transfer his H.Q. from the Philippines to Australia. When the General arrived there on March 17, after an adventurous journey, he was appointed Supreme Commander of all the United Nations Forces in the South-West Pacific. Gen. Wainwright was left to carry on MacArthur's great fight in the Philippines, Photo. Keystone ....... Articles Inside: ... The Way of the War - The Third Spring Offensive ..... Soon 'Attack' Will Be the Anzacs' Watchword ..... War's Monsoons Threaten the Indian Ocean ..... Hawaii Ready to Avenge the Felon Blow ..... Japanese Islands Blasted by America's Fleet ..... Our Searchlight on the War ..... We Must Have Ships, Ever More Ships ..... More Than 1,600 Air Raids on Malta ..... They 'Ride in Whirlwinds and Direct the Storm' ..... MacArthur and His Yanks Arrive 'Down Under' ..... Australia Remembers, and Prepares ..... Twixt Palm-fringed Shore and Desert ..... Darwin's Defenders Make Ready for War ..... Most Australians Live in Cities ..... St. Nazaire: Most Daring Raid Since Zeebrugge ..... Stalin Has Another Army in the Far East ..... Our Diary of the War ..... Is Sweden Next on Hitler's Programme? ..... Those Magnificent Men of the 'Red Duster' ..... On Such Ships As This Britain's Cause Depends ..... David Fights Goliath in the Mediterranean ..... U-boats Take War to the Dutch West Indies ..... Fortunate Few Who Escaped From Hong Kong ..... I Was There! Eye Witness Stories of the War - I Saw Terrible Things Happen in Hong Kong - We Bombarded Rhodes from Sea and Air - The Russians Sang to Us, 'Okay, Great Britanny' - How We Dug the Japs Out of Their Foxholes ..... Editor's Postscript

The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 127
The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 127
1942 05 01 ....... Cover: ... Indomitable Malta thrills to the sound of the pipes and drums as British troops, followed by an enthusiastic crowd, march down a badly bombed street. Enduring the heaviest blitz ever concentrated on one small area, the people of Malta, inspired by the resolute baring and courage of the Governor, Sir William Dobbie, have given to the world an unequaled example of calm fortitude and smiling bravery. Malta has deserved well of the Empire. (See article in page 659) Photo, Sport & General ....... Articles Inside: ... The Way of the War - India: Sir Stafford Opens the Doors ..... Colombo Where the Air Defences Were Ready ..... America's Soldiers Arrive Safely in Australia ..... Crowded Decks for the Pacific Crossing ..... Russia's Murmansk Door Must Be Kept Open ..... What Our Airmen Saw of the Tirpitz ..... What Free French Africa Means To Us ..... Where Flies the Flag of the Fighting French ..... Our Searchlight on the War ..... Soviet War Workers Beat Every Record ..... Russia Will Smash Hitler's War Machine ..... At Bataan They Fought to the Last Cartridge ..... America Thunders Defiance ..... 'Action Stations' Has Sounded ..... Guns and Men on the Alert ..... Soldiers of Uncle Sam ..... Malta: So Small in Size, So Great in Spirit ..... Ever Nearer to India Stride the Japanese ..... With Uncle Sam's Men on the Emerald Isle ..... Our Diary of the War ..... Death from the Air in the Bowels of the Earth ..... Yugoslavia's Airmen in the Middle East ..... Bombs on Germany - The R.A.F. Strikes Again ..... Critical Indeed Will Be 1942's Harvest ..... Spring's Drive on the Land in Full Swing ..... Into Action on Land Goes the Royal Navy ..... I Was There! Eye Witness Stories of the War - We Went with the Raiders to St. Nazaire - We Weathered a Wild Night in the Atlantic ..... Editor's Postscript

The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 128
The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 128
1942 05 15 ....... Cover: ... The Pack Horse still has a place in modern warfare. Recently Northern Command's Pack Transport Company has taken part in some important exercises when this photograph was taken. This Company's work is to carry supplies and ammunition for the Infantry over country where wheeled transport is impossible. Each horse carries 320 Ib., and a Company can carry twenty-seven tons of supplies. Many of the horses to the unit were well-known hunters before the war, and some of them are International Show jumpers. Photo Planet News ....... Articles Inside: ... The Way of the War - Laval: The Triumph of Treason ..... Retreat Through Burma: Fighting All the Way ..... Friend & Foe On India's Doorstep ..... Behind the American Lines in Bataan ..... From Australia to the Philippines and Back ..... Bombs on the Japanese: America Hits Back ..... Where the First Bombs Dropped on Japan ..... Our Searchlight on the War ..... When Our Raiders Swooped on Rommel ..... Augsburg - 'This Memorable Feat of Arms' ..... War on Wheels: Making the Army Mobile ..... 'Matildas' Waltzing on the Desert Floor ..... 'Mechanized' Means Mobility ..... Our New Army on Wheels ..... Britain's Cavalry of 1942 ..... It's a New China that Fights Beside Us ..... Chiefs of the United Nations in Chungking ..... Out of Italian Prisons into Egypt's Sunshine ..... Our Diary of the War ..... Planning the Course Ahead: Mr. Lyttelton's 'Postscript' ..... 'Any More for the Trip to Boulogne?' ..... Bloody Was the Battle of New Britain ..... Getting Ready and the Real Thing 'Down Under' ..... Sowing Deadly Mines in the Enemy's Path ..... Once More 'Illustrious' Sails Out to Battle ..... What Odds They Faced in Burma's Sky! ..... I Was There! Eye Witness Stories of the War - We Raided Boulogne Beach in Gym Shoes - Our Trek Southwards from Bombed Darwin - What I Discovered About the 'Doughboys' - We Ran the Gauntlet Through the Skagerrak ..... Editor's Postscript

The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 129
The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 129
1942 05 29 ....... Cover: ... York's Guildhall as it appeared on the night of April 28 after it had been struck by incendiaries in one of Hitler's " Baedeker raids " on Britain's cultural heritage. After the legitimate R.A.F. raids on Rostock, where the Heinkel factory and other munition works were destroyed, German officials frankly stated that the Luftwaffe would go out for every building in Britain which is marked three stars in Baedeker's guide-books. Photo, Keystone ....... Articles Inside: ... The Way of the War - Mr. Churchill Look Back - and Forward ..... In Madagascar We Forestalled the Japanese ..... They 'Sweep' the Nazi Skies and Seaboards ..... At Rostock the Nazis Used to Make Heinkels ..... 'Baedeler Raids' Are No Reply To Rostock! ..... We Were 'Starred' by Baedeler, So... ..... Links of Steel Across the Libyan Desert ..... Our Searchlight on the War ..... America's Dive-Bombers Scored in the Coral Sea ..... No Oil for the Japanese at Yenangyaung! ..... In Burma the Chinese Fought Beside Us ..... Not Bravery Alone Could Save Burma ..... New Life Among the Ruins ..... Hitler's Bombers Have Done Their Worst ..... But London is Still Gay and Gallant ..... The Fire Bombs Are Answered ..... Britain's High Command: How the War Is Planned ..... Russia: The Winter War in Retrospect ..... Into Action Go Men of the Black Sea Fleet ..... Our Diary of the War ..... At Gibraltar It's Always 'Stand To' ..... German 'Strong Point' - A Typical Todt Construction on the Nazi Invasion Coast ..... Now It Is the Nazis Who Fear Invasion ..... America's New Route to Alaska, and Beyond ..... Corregidor: Epic of 'Grim, Gaunt & Ghastly Men' ..... Meet the 'Maritimes,' Soldiers on Shipboard ..... I Was There! Eye Witness Stories of the War - I Worked Alongside the Russians for Six Months - I Saw Burma's Pagodas Bombed Into Ruins - Life's Not Too Bad in a Workers' Hostel - I Went Back to Malta in Wartime ..... Editor's Postscript

The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 130
The War Illustrated Vol. 5 No. 130
1942 06 12 ....... Cover: ... Roses for the 'Old and Bold.' With colours rose-bedecked, the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers celebrated their regimental day on April 23 in Cairo. A battalion, wearing roses in their caps, marched to All Saints Cathedral. The colours were handed to Bishop , who placed them on the altar. After the ceremony the battalion marched past the G.O.C.-in-C., Lieut-General R. G. Stone. colour bearers are (left) Lt. W. Sanderson and 2nd Lt. F. Ward, M.C. Photo, British Official; Crown Copyright ....... Articles Inside: ... The Way of the War - But Japan's Fleet May Still Be of Clay ..... Japanese Tanks at the Front in China ..... Green Flash: Off Goes the Heavy Bomber ..... Has Prinz Eugen Lived to Fight Another Day ..... Madagascar: The Taking of Diego Suarez ..... France's Great Island Saved for Freedom ..... Will They Always Lie Becalmed at Martinique? ..... Death Stands Sentinel in the Russian Snow ..... Our Searchlight on the War ..... We've Built the 'Persia Road' Into Russia ..... Kerch and Kharkov: A Two-Way Offensive ..... As the Snows Retreat Fierce War Boils Over ..... All Australia Is Mobilized for War ..... Hitler's 'Tourists' Came to York ..... Links with the Glorious Past ..... Broken by the Nazi Iconoclasts ..... Nazi Vandalism at Exeter ..... Alexander's Fighting Retreat Through Burma ..... Slaughter of the Innocents in Burma's Villages ..... Today in Paris, City of Dreadful Doom ..... Our Diary of the War ..... The Last Shot Has Not Been Fired in Crete ..... The Home Guard is Two Years Old ..... Determined Men Resolved to Kill the Enemy ..... Here's to the Heroes in Britain's 'Subs'! ..... 'Knowing Our Hun' We Must Be Ready for Gas ..... I Was There! Eye Witness Stories of the War - I Went Down to Dover, England's Malta - From Hong Kong I Marched With Chinese Guerrillas - My Visit to Stalin's Young Soldiers - What I Dislike Most Are Those Tommy Patrols! ..... Editor's Postscript




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