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The LATEST from the UNITED STATES: The Huge Boeing Super-Clipper, and the P.38 Single-Seat Fighter: With ..

... SUPER-CLIPPER, OF WHICH BRITAIN HAS NOW BOUGHT THREE FROM THE UNITED STATES- .DrawiM k' Six of these huge aircraft were being built by the Boeing Company of Seattle for Pan-American Airways, for civil aviation purposes Britain has purchased three of them. Captain ...

BEHIND THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN

... demolition services and the other bodies. Over this Civil Defence group is seen passing a link between the Air Ministry, R.A.F. I Headquarters and the Fighter Command THE FIRST LINK IN THE CHAIN OF CIVIL DEFENCE A post of the Royal Observer Corps in the ...

Way of the War: Soviet Russia's Turn

... materials that he cannot hope to keep pace with the eventual output of Britain and the United States. Hess may have known how this was worrying Hitler. If the United States is entering the war then Hitler must get Russia on his side by bomb or bombast ...

Way of the War: Battle of the Islands

... a large number of isolated and scattered island bases and, even if aerodromes were available, to disperse among them small units of the total available Fighter Force, would appear to be bad strategy. Each of such little forces would have to be supplied ...

FANTASY IN YELLOW: A Vivid Description of Japan's Dreams, Aims and Plans

... the Yangtze River valley, and Canton and its hinterland, thereby effectually controlling China, a geographi cal unit the size of the United States and containing a fourth of the world's popula tion. Fourth, annex Indo-China, which the French, at loggerheads ...

Published: Wednesday 01 October 1941
Newspaper: Britannia and Eve
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 3157 | Page: 8, 9, 65, 66, 67 | Tags: Illustrations 

Way of the War: Germany, What Next?

... By Foresight Germany, What Next? AS the United States swing majestically into line with the British Empire and Allied Forces we find ourselves asking what is to be the next move by the enemy. So far there has been little evidence to suggest that the ...

Way of the War: Premier's Personal Investigation

... Atlantic. Many of the criticisms to which the Prime Minister is replying in Parliament this week have had their echoes in the United States. So long as the British Purchasing Commission was dealing direct with American industry in placing its orders there ...

Way of the War: Vichy Proves Obstinate

... is clarifying. And it assume, not so much a pro-British tinge as a deep hope that Britain, aided by her dominions and the United States, will succeed in defeating Germany and her satellites. There is, however. I one noticeable and most interesting feature ...

Published: Wednesday 08 January 1941
Newspaper: The Tatler
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2730 | Page: 4, 5, 36 | Tags: Illustrations  Photographs 

Way of the War: Russians Mighty Pleased

... when Mr. Clement Attlee goes to the United States. The Lord Privy Seal, who ranks as Deputy Prime Minister, is going to be Britain's official representative at the International Labour Conference. As a young civil servant, Sir John Anderson used to sit ...

The THREAT from JAPAN: Their Capabilities as Aeroplane-Makers and as Pilots: With Some Further Notes on ..

... carries a crew of three. Thi wings are made up of four separate sections, the fuselage of three, and the tail unit of seven. In case of damage these units can thus be easily replaced. Bombs are stowed internally. The bottom view shows how the aircraft lands ...

Way of the War: Bevin Says No

... whatever happens to their armies. Hitler's biggest problem is civil administration. In all the countries they have occupied the Nazis have shown themselves incompetent to organise civil life. Civil administration was once the pride of Germany, but the Nor ...