By Tony Le Tissier
HORST WESSEL - Tony Le Tissier describes how a member of the SA grew to become the main respected of all Nazi martyrs. uk - Black Propaganda - Mark Kenyon describes the key goings-on at Milton Bryan in Bedfordshire from the place Britain broadcast propaganda to Germany. Readers' Investigations - Silent Heroes - Manuel F. van Eyck researches the losses folks airplane over Czechoslovakia. It occurred right here - Mine Clearance in Guernsey - Harry Beckingham describes his paintings with 24 Bomb Disposal Platoon, RE, in 1946. A Veteran recalls - Spear of Destruction - A survivor, W. J. generators, tells the tale of the V2 hit at the Rex Cinema in Antwerp on December sixteen, 1944 which killed 567 humans together with 296 Allied team of workers.
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