( 1 0l7iHtaif,ttu& $<tfk slwuUl 6e 4 4 t fuM bit^ i i t isL Nearly Four Hundred Personal Narratives Below are listed just a few :The Clock Ticks a t the Admiralty byE l. Hon. WINSTON CHURCHILL. P.C JI.P .Blood Hath of London Scots by I’te. H EEBERT DE HAMEL German W hito Flaw Treachery by Capt. E. J. NEEDHAM Stileide Squadron :Tragedy o( the Broad Four teens by Comdr. AUSTIN TYUER. RD R.N.R. Revenge! I Saw Von Spec Meet Ills Doom by R ear-A dm iral tho Hon. BARRY BYNGHAM. V.C. Canadian Con race and Self-Sacrifice by Lord BEAVER BROOK I Was Blinded in “Lousy "Wood by Capt. GILBERT NOBBS Our Winter Raid in Nightshirts by Lt.-Col. G R A 1 1 AM SETON HUTCHISON. DSO M.C. 1 Saw the Boeho in Retreat :Their Devilish Cunning in Destruction by GRAHAM II OR HEX WELL. M.C. Outwitted by the British Secret Service: The Story of a SpyMaster by Capt. VON RINTELEN I Saw Salonika Burn :Our Army and Navy Paved Thousands of Lives by H. COLLINSON OWEN Death Beckons Before Battle :We Waited on tho Crater Edge, a t Mcssines by I’te. (now Dr.) E.X. GLADDEN Day-to-Da.v on tho Dover Patrol: We Safeguarded the Channel I’o rts by VERNON MOGG I Saw I’asschcndaele Taken :The End of the War’s Grimm est Battle by Sir PHILIP GIBBS. K.B.E. It Was My First Raid :We Carried th" Air War Into Germany by A.R. 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