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FEATURES WARTIME NAVAL LEGEND FOUND OFF JAVA The cruiser H.M.S. Exeter, best known for her role in the first significant British naval victory of the Second World War - the Battle of the River Plate - when British warships hunted down and sank the pride of the German navy, the Admiral Graf Spee, has been located by divers searching the Java Sea sixty-six years after she was sunk by Japanese warships We have full details in our News Feature. ZEPPELIN DOWN The great German airship L.33 crashed to the ground, the crew scrambling to safety. Now stranded in the Essex countryside the Germans were lost in enemy territory. So, writes John Grehan, the Germans did what anyone would do when they needed help - they asked directions from a good old British bobby! THE FOLLY OF THE FEW The period officially known as the Battle of Britain was without doubt one of the defining episodes of the Second World War and considered by some to be the greatest battle in the history of aerial warfare. But why did Britain posses such a small force of modern fighter planes and such limited numbers of trained pilots? Here Robert Mitchell challenges one of the great myths of the Battle of Britain. KING OF THE FIGHTER PILOTS Ninety years ago, on 26 July 1918, Major Edward Corringham 'Mick' Mannock DSO ** MC* VC was killed. Tony Pay investigates the King of the Fighter Pilots. REGULARS CAMERA AT WAR A selection of photographs of H.M.S. Carlisle serving the most isolated part of the British Empire. IMAGE OF WAR 15 October 1942: U-boat hunter. PIECE OF HISTORY This month's Piece of History features Edith Cavell's hat. DATAFILE Introduced into service in 1912, the Vickers Gun served with British Army for fifty-five years until 1968. It was capable of firing 120,000 rounds in a single action, able to outrange a 3-inch mortar and was devastating when employed as part of a machine-gun barrage. This month, Mark Khan looks at the Vickers Gun in British service.
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