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Escape from Java

Issue Number: 5511

Flight Sergeants Danny Blake and Greg Roberts had been in their Blenheim from the deserts of North Africa to the jungle dirt airstrips of Malaya. They were good at their jobs but the only thing that stood in their way was their skipper, Pilot Officer John Foden —a toff with little regard for his crew […]

Find Them, Sink Them!

Issue Number: 5506

Lieutenant Tony Markham stood on the bridge of his Motor Torpedo Boat. In front of him was a twenty‑millimetre cannon, behind him were twin half‑inch machine guns and to each side a twenty‑one inch torpedo. Sounds a lot? Not when the target is a massive enemy tanker in a heavily defended French harbour it’s not! […]

Rifleman’s Revenge

Issue Number: 5495

At the height of the Napoleonic Wars, 1813, Tom Hopper, Samuel Jones, and guerrilla leader Maria of Vitoria are part of Wellington’s army driving the French invaders back across Spain. When Marshal Soult counters the British advance at Sorauren, Hopper finds himself facing an old enemy — Captain Baptiste. A strategic confrontation becomes a private […]

Die — or Walk!

Issue Number: 5448

Along with his three mates, he had captured a swaggering and evil Nazi Colonel. Colonel Karl Oberth of the Panzer Corps wouldn’t forgive the insult of being forced to carry a miserable Britischer across the desert on his back. He would make every Tommy pay for their insolence. And so now, somewhere on the tumultuous, […]

Sands of Death

Issue Number: 5416

Lieutenant Harry Brent was a man with a mission.  He had been chosen by British Intelligence to go into the desert and convince the local tribesmen to fight alongside the British — and the bag of gold he carried would act as the perfect persuader. An easy task, you might think, but Harry was going […]

Common Foe

Issue Number: 5400

Strange things — very strange things — happen in the desert under the hot blazing sun which saps people’s strength and attacks their minds with savage hammer blows of heat. Take the day, for instance, when British and German soldiers, fierce enemies the previous day, stood shoulder to shoulder, guns blazing, to fight back a […]