Tag Archives: George Low

Highland Games

Issue Number: 5091

No-one would expect German spies to be out in the Scottish Highlands on a cold night in 1942… but that did not stop Rory MacLean from tightly clutching his BSA standard No. 1 Model air rifle. As an owl’s hoot broke the eerie stillness, Rory tensed then tutted at himself for being so foolish. But […]

Trouble in Tibet

Issue Number: 5089

In the thirteenth century, Kublai Khan’s ships were decimated by two typhoons off the coast of Japan. The Japanese deemed these typhoons a ‘kamikaze’ or a ‘divine wind’, which bolstered the nation’s belief that their shores would never be invaded. This belief would cause a German team, led by an SS Major and a team […]

Terror on the Tundra

Issue Number: 5083

Fighting in the Kola Peninsula, high in the polar latitude of the Russian tundra, the Eastern Front was awash in white, hiding the skilled Sami soldiers who hunted in the snow. These stealthy fighters fought for both sides of the war, earning fear and admiration… British Naval Officer Gavin Wright and Royal Artillery Bombardier Jim […]

Troubled Times

Issue Number: 5071

It was 1918, and in the cold dead of the night over the trenches, German troopers crawled across the muddy, blood-soaked landscape. For Feldwebel Kurt Woden and Unteroffizer Johann Aachen it was just another night raid on British lines, but for Leutnant Erwin Horch it was his first terrifying mission… Then, The Great War ended […]

Operation Eagle Strike

Issue Number: 5069

By 1943, the victorious days of Operation Barbarossa were over. The Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union had stalled and the Germans were barely holding out against the cold might of the Red Army. But the furious Nazi eagle still had a few tricks left in its arsenal before it would be defeated… its claw […]

Wings of Woe

Issue Number: 5065

Piloting a Heinkel He 111, Leutnant Jurgen Loden was only as good as his crew: cheerful dorsal gunner and radio operator, Willi Klein; quiet ventral turret gunner, Franz Weiss; boisterous side fuselage gunner, Otto Schwabel, and outspoken navigator and bomb-aimer, Marin Lutz. Jurgen wanted nothing more than to live up to his brother’s reputation as […]

Fenshire Silver

Issue Number: 5061

Private Harry Clark was a respected member of the Fenshire Regiment. Although he was a member of the elite class, he turned down a commission in order to serve among the ranks of the ordinary men, and his best mate, Joe Reagan. Their platoon leader, Lieutenant Adrian Seacombe, on the other hand, cared about one […]

Lucky or Jinxed?

Issue Number: 5051

Sergeant Ned Jenkins is one of the R.A.F.’s best Lancaster tail gunners – but no-one wants to fly with him. It seems that wherever Ned goes there’s trouble, yet somehow he always manages to get out without a scratch on him. But in a time when superstition ruled the morale of the fighters, what the […]

Game of Hostages

Issue Number: 5027

Lieutenant Tom Dell’s S.A.S. squad are back – and this time they have a delicate situation to handle. After the team capture a German scientist who had worked on the development of a Nazi super bomb, Soviet officer’s kidnap Major Jake Ryan. The Russians want to trade Ryan for the scientist – but Tom isn’t willing […]

Justice Served

Issue Number: 5023

Corporal Mike Lowry is the only surviving member of his squad. He watched as his friends were gunned down by the Nazis while trying to surrender. He was wounded, nursed back to health by an elderly French villager who knows the horror of war all too well. Now, Mike trains as a Commando, hell bent […]