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The original quarterly journal of personal reminiscences - written by the veterans of World War II Wartime News﷯

Established 1995

 

WARTIME NEWS IS BACK -  Print or PDF

For details email to: wartime@mac.com

 

founded in 1995 and still going strong ......

The next issue of Wartime News in November will be the 70th edition!

 

 

 

70TH ANNIVERSARY OF

D-DAY

D-Day holds a very special memory in our hearts for it signified the launch of Wartime News just after the 50th Anniversary in 1994.  Now 20 years later, the Wartime News website is publishing a "Special Feature",  highlighting some of the vivid memories recalled by our veteran readers.

 

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Click on the links below to a few personal accounts in Wartime News
Wartime News
is back!

 

YES, after a break of over two years, your favorite quarterly publication is back, with a newly amended title, WARTIME NEWSREEL. It's the same style publication but now with 20 pages in each edition and retains the same A4 format. Now Edited by the former Co-Editor, Barry Wilbraham, it features the personal reminiscences of the veterans themselves, most previously unpublished, and covering all aspects of the Second World War. The first 'paper' edition rolled off the presses at the end of May 2014 in readiness for the 70th Anniversary of D-Day. To those of you reading this for the first time, the publication was the brainchild of Marilyn Ward, who in 1994, was the Co-ordinator for the 50th Anniversary of D-Day in Dorset. Along with County Tourism Officer, Barry Wilbraham, they helped co-ordinate the many veteran groups and parades and produced brochures giving details of all the troop movements at that time, US, Canadian and British, plus maps of where those installations were. Working with the Normandy authorities, and the ferry operators, a programme began to develop including the commemorations on Utah Beach and Arromanches. From that activity a newsletter was born which introduced a few of the reminiscences of those veterans who could recall those battles, just like it was yesterday. So, with the support of the many veteran associations, and the veterans themselves, Wartime News was born in 1995. That was 69 issues ago, and it is available now on subscription (UK only).

 

June 2014 Edition

August 2014 Edition

 

HEADLINE NEWS
October 1944 V2 Rockets again being fired towards Britain. They are being launched from sites in Holland & further east. British troops are now landing in Greece and with the partisans are liberating Athens and Piraeus. Major battles are taking place in the Baltic and Hungary. Aachen is again free after bloody battles resulting in 1,600 Gerry soldiers surrendering. US Navy crushes Japanese resistance in tremendous sea battles in the Philippines.

 

Please note:  Due to a change in ISSN numbers, the title has changed to Wartime Newsreel.

Registered with the British Library.

Wartime Newsreel is now available on subscription with the first issue in June.        (which covered the 70th Anniversary of D-Day).  The last edition was published in  August, which is available now, with two more editions due in this subscription year of November and February 2015.

The annual subscription for the paper copy is £16 for four editions.

a pdf version (for transmission by email) is available for £8

 

Print:  ISSN: 2055-7345     PDF:  ISSN - 2055-7353 (Online)

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