Tag Archives: CG Walker

One Wrong Move

Issue Number: 5254

Dropping bombs on Britain – that was the task of Leutnant Carl Toller, an ace Luftwaffe pilot. Making the bombs that didn’t explode safe – that was the dangerous job of Jim Bannon, an officer in the Royal Engineers. You couldn’t get two tasks more different than that, but one fateful night this pair would […]

Know Your Enemies

Issue Number: 5246

Instant recognition of all other aircraft in the sky — that was an asset for any fighter pilot in the clash between the RAF and Hitler’s Luftwaffe. And Dick Marsh was better than most at knowing which aircraft were hostile and which were friendly. All the hard work he had put into perfecting this had […]

Trigger Trap

Issue Number: 5238

It was an ordinary, standard issue British Lee Enfield rifle. But after being dropped muzzle-down into soft mud, it picked up a hidden extra: a plug of clag that hardened deep in the barrel. That rifle was now a deadly trap. It would kill the first person who pulled the trigger…   Story: CG Walker […]

Day of Doom

Issue Number: 5226

It was another day of doom for Peter Cobb, his corvette sinking beneath him, crippled by the Luftwaffe and the German Navy. There had been another equally grim day not so long ago when his great friend and fellow skipper had been ruthlessly executed by a sadist Nazi U-boat commander. All this had gone far […]

Shadow of the Spider

Issue Number: 5210

The past was about to catch up with Sergeant Ted Lewis as he led his platoon into the ruins of Germany in the closing months of the war. It wasn’t a past he was proud of, but he had more than made up for it with his courage and leadership. Yet even all that still […]

Mystery of the Sands

Issue Number: 5186

For over fifty years, a Second World War armoured car had lain buried beneath the sands of the desert – unknown and undisturbed. Then in 1995, a sandstorm uncovered it and sent Alan Brent on a quest to discover its secrets. To solve this mystery of the sands, Alan had to find the answers to […]

Father and Son

Issue Number: 5180

For many generations, there had been a Count von Regenskirch in the German Army. This duty had passed from father to son – but then, during the First World War, the Count was killed and his small son disappeared. But that child was not dead. Grown to manhood, he now stood proudly in military uniform. […]

Stolen Glory

Issue Number: 5172

Max Brandt emerged from World War One covered in honours. Justly so, for he had shot down the famous French air ace, Rene Dumont.   But two men knew he was not the victor of that dogfight. Brandt himself, and the British pilot who had really downed the Frenchman.   Story: CG Walker Art: Carmona Cover: Ian […]

Deadly Convoy

Issue Number: 5134

Nobody could doubt the nerve and spirit of Sam Wilson. He was keen to the core, always ready to pile into the action. He was tested to the full as a hard-pressed infantryman, and went on to become a well-trained Commando. He had only one weakness – he didn’t know when to count to ten […]

Low-Level Ace

Issue Number: 5112

The other airmen in Pilot Officer Bob Tanner’s squadron reckoned Bob should have joined the Navy. Sometimes he flew his Beaufort so low over the North Sea that his crew thought they were in a submarine! But that same crew would follow Bob anywhere and obey his every order, even when it meant fighting beside […]