In this issue, our main focus was on Pearl Harbour, but we also wrote about the Roman emperor Augustus and many existing replicas of his image that are peculiarly different in certain details. We touched upon the topic of Karl Bodmer, a man of many professions but mostly known for his paintings that captured the American West of the 19th century, and his fascination with the Indians. Other topics included in this issue are: the Japanese Naval Air Force in WWII, and Goliath – a small, remote-controlled, tracked vehicle intended to carry an explosive charge.