Tag Archives: Canadian

SAWDUST COMMANDOS

Issue Number: 4913
Sawdust Commandos

The men of the Canadian Forestry Corps were known as the “Sawdust Fusiliers” — trained soldiers, they were also lumberjacks based in Great Britain during World War II. In a remote area of the Scottish Highlands a group of Commandos on a training exercise clashed with the Canadians. However, the Green Berets and the Fusiliers […]

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 […]

BROTHERS IN DANGER

Issue Number: 4805
Brothers In Danger

Canadian sniper Michel Caron had been recruited by Gabe Dubois, his adopted brother, for a special mission that required expert, high-precision shooting. In the bombed-out ruins of Caen in Northern France, death lurked in every shadow – and the brothers soon realised that both of them would have to be ready to sacrifice anything, even […]