After The Battle Issue No. 113

After The Battle Issue No. 113

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After The Battle Issue No. 113

The Shell House Raid




Author:Karel Margry
Language:English Text
Format:Magazine
Dimensions:Soft cover, 8.5" x 11"
Pages:56 pages
Photos:b+w wartime photos and present day color comparisons
Maps:Some maps
Publisher:After The Battle, UK
Item No. ATB-113



  • THE SHELL HOUSE RAID - The story of the low-level Mosquito raid on the Gestapo headquarters in Copenhagen in March 1945 is described by Douglas Hinton.
  • War Film - The Date of Infamy on Screen - Lawrence Suid describes the films made about the Japanes attack on Pearl Harbor including the making of the latest film directed by Michael Bay and released in 2001.
  • United Kingdom - Deerbolt Camp - Frank T. Smith recounts the history of the training camp at Barnard Castle used in both World Wars.
  • Wreck Recovery - The Icelandic Battle - In 1999 Hordur Geirsson found the remains of Fairey Battle P2330 on an Icelandic Glacier. Squadron Leader Nick Barr tells the story of the recovery and subsequent burial of the crew.
  • It Happened Here - Bravery in New Guinea - Phillip Bradley describes the exploits of Private Nathan Van Noy at Finschhafen and Sergeant Thomas Derrick at Sattelberg.
  • Remembrance - Commemorating Saskatchewan's War Dead - Doug Chisholm's remarkable efforts to memorialise servicemen who lost their lives from this Canadian province.