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Dodger’s Dunkirk

Issue Number: 5337

The Allied armies were caught napping in May 1940. Flat‑footed, the British Expeditionary Force fought hard to defend what little they could hold on to. Among them was a firebrand named Tom “Dodger” Dodge with a chip on his shoulder the size of an iceberg. He wasn’t about to retreat to Dunkirk for anyone — […]

Durand’s Dunkirk

Issue Number: 5335

May 1940. The French battled like demons to protect their homeland from the raiding Nazi armies. Fighting a desperate defence, they only hoped to hold the Germans back long enough for the evacuation of their allies. For, had it not been for the fighting spirit of men like Regis Durand, the British evacuation at Dunkirk […]

Traitor Planes

Issue Number: 5334

“One of our own kites is shooting at us!” That’s what the tail gunner of Dave Robert’s Lancaster said just before he bailed out of the stricken bomber as it plunged earthwards. Dave couldn’t believe what he’d heard until he and his navigator stumbled upon the truth. But by then they were going to have […]

The Midnight Mob

Issue Number: 5333

After losing his eye at Dunkirk, British Army gunner Jack Wright is demobbed, thanked for his service and sent home. But he won’t let a little thing like that hold him back, and, as quick as you like, he joins a new outfit called the Local Defence Volunteers. Jack’s only bugbear is the lack of […]

Rats in the Rubble

Issue Number: 5327

Berlin, 1945. The capital of Hitler’s Reich is on fire. Children are armed and take to the streets ready to destroy the communist vermin that infests the city. A Red Army squad, led by Sergeant Nikolai Kulikov, is tasked with exterminating German snipers holed up in an abandoned orphanage. But, Nikolai will soon find he […]

Dingo’s Mates

Issue Number: 5325

In 1914, Aussie Dingo Smith and his cobbers — Blue, Pete, Harry, Tugga and Puddin’ signed up with no hesitation. Dingo would do anything to protect his mates, but on the beaches of Gallipoli, among the mass devastation, something changed in Dingo. As he faced the barrel of a Turkish soldier’s rifle, his blood froze. […]