Author Archives: Andrew Millard

BREAK THROUGH!

Issue Number: 4892
Break Through

Time and after time, one British company outsmarted the Germans in Crete. If the Nazis planned a sneak-raid and began it five miles away, the British knew at once – and were ready for them. If a Stuka dive-bombing attack was decided on, they got into hiding an hour before it began. They knew exactly […]

COSSACK VENGEANCE

Issue Number: 4891
Cossack Vengeance

Once more the Convict Commandos’ latest mission had placed them in grave danger. The Germans, in league with a Russian traitor and a horde of fearsome, renegade Cossack warriors, had concocted an assassination plot that would turn the tide of the war. Now all Jelly Jakes and the rest of the Commando team had to […]

DIVE AND KILL!

Issue Number: 4890
Dive And Kill!

It took nerves of steel to survive in the deadly skies over war-torn Europe…Pilot Officer Chris Bennet had proved that. Or so his fellow pilots thought. They reckoned he was the bravest guy they knew. But even steel can break, and so could Chris…

POLISH PRIDE

Issue Number: 4889
Polish Pride

When their unit was wiped out in the Blitzkrieg that heralded the beginning of World War II, Lieutenant Bartek Abramski and Sergeant Jakub Brejnak reluctantly found themselves on the run from the Germans. These proud Uhlan cavalrymen were determined to survive and live to continue their fight another day. As time wore on, though, the […]

CODEWORD – “TORCH”

Issue Number: 4888
Codeword - "Torch"

One man held the key to the operation called by the codeword – “TORCH” – the huge Allied invasion of North Africa. His name was Pete Macrory, a Canadian in the Royal Engineers – and nobody trusted him an inch. To find out why, and what made Pete tick in his own peculiar way, you […]

OUT OF TIME

Issue Number: 4887
Out Of Time

It seemed that the Grossin brothers couldn’t be more different. Marc was a mild-mannered watchmaker – the occupying German garrison had used his skills to mend various timepieces dotted around their base. Meanwhile, his younger brother, Bernard, was a member of the local French Resistance and he had begun to wonder if Marc was getting […]

THE WRONG ENEMY

Issue Number: 4886
The Wrong Enemy

The Italians fighting in North Africa clashed not only with their British foes, but also with their German allies. Enzo Lanzini certainly wasn’t happy facing the advance of British armour across the desert, but he certainly was no coward either. It was just that he had seen the way the Nazis operated, and he had […]

THE BLACK EAGLE

Issue Number: 4885
The Black Eagle

Major Heinrich Keil of the Luftwaffe was an ace…and a killer. A mad, evil Nazi whose chief delight was to hunt and kill, whether he was chasing animals on the ground or British pilots in the air. Now he was going after another British pilot but this time he was going to hunt him down […]

THE WRECKERS

Issue Number: 4884
The Wreckers

Young Naval lieutenant Dan Blain teamed up with Kang Wu and his cut-throat pirates of the Java Seas to wage all-out war on the warships of Japan. When this pair of modern buccaneers got going, not a single Japanese sailor ashore or afloat could sleep soundly.

OLD RUSTY

Issue Number: 4883
Old Rusty

Dick Avery was a captain in the Merchant Navy. He’d sailed with some of the best – and worst – ships and crews on the seven seas. He reckoned he’d seen it all. That was before he took command of Old Rusty, an ancient tub with a crew made up of drunks, brawlers and raw […]