Tag Archives: George Low

Caught in Crossfire!

Issue Number: 5021

In Berlin, 1944, Japanese army Captain Isamu Nagata secretly yearns for peace as he tries to mourn the loss of his younger brother, shot down by British soldiers in Burma. But, Nagata does not have time to grieve as he accidentally kills a German looter, leading to an all-out manhunt against him. Now, on the […]

Hunt and Harass

Issue Number: 5015

Allied artillery and bombers were pounding the heart of Hitler’s Reich in late March, 1945, pushing back the last despairing defenders in a fight to the finish. As if not bad enough, freelance fighting patrols were operating behind enemy lines. One of these, a three-man Special Air Service patrol, was about the acquire a very […]

Flight of Fancy

Issue Number: 5011

Little green men from Mars? Time Travel? Flying saucers? To Private Rodger Brown these were objects of fiction – like something from the pages of a comic book. But in 1944, in a field somewhere in Germany, Rodger got the shock of his life when he saw something that looked like it was from out […]

Course For Action

Issue Number: 5001

Jack Yeoman’s father had been killed in action during the First World War. A well respected sailor, a monument in his village was all Jack had to keep his father’s memory alive. As the Second World War broke out, Jack felt obliged to enlist in the Navy to honour his family, despite his cautious nature. […]

Hidden Nazis

Issue Number: 4997
Hidden Nazis, cover by Manuel Benet

In 1945, after the German surrender, Nazis guilty of heinous war crimes attempted to flee or conceal themselves in post-war Germany. Lieutenant Sam Watling’s job was to find them. But he had help. An unknown hand aided Sam in his quest for justice, unmarked envelopes and tips were left at his desk – behind them […]

Barbed Wire Battlers

Issue Number: 4993
Barbed Wire Battlers, cover by Janek Matysiak

Seaman Andy Walker had been a loner all his life. From his beginnings at the orphanage to his posting in the Royal Navy, Andy struggled to be accepted… But Andy’s isolation worsened when he was captured and put in a Japanese prisoner of war camp. Once his jailers learnt he could speak their language, he […]

Achtung, We Surrender

Issue Number: 4991
Achtung, We Surrender, cover by Keith Page

In 1940, small time crook Ned Turpin claimed to be the descendant of the infamous highwayman, Dick Turpin. He, with his partner in crime, Bert Bloomer, had no intention of involving himself in the war… or at least until he was caught robbing notorious East London gangsters, the Bailey brothers. Shipped off to France to […]

Operation Arrowhead

Issue Number: 4987
Operation Arrowhead, cover by Carlos Pino

In the fourteenth century, the English bowmen were the scourge of French knights. The machine gunners of their days, the bowmen used six foot bows to fire long arrows with three inch wide arrowheads to pierce the hearts of their enemies. One such arrowhead was found six centuries later in a field in France by […]

Sucker Punch

Issue Number: 4979
Sucker Punch, cover by Ian Kennedy

Captured by S.S. men for desertion and sentenced to firing squad by his own countrymen, German naval officer, Franz Beuten, was saved by British Special Service operatives, Lieutenant Tom Dell, Sergeant Mark Lyle and Corporal Roger Crown, on duty deep behind enemy lines. After Germany’s surrender, the S.A.S. troop was tasked with tracking down Nazi […]

GOULASH GRENADIERS

Issue Number: 4967
Goulash Grenadiers, cover by Keith Page

Wrong time, wrong place and wrong soldiers. Mistaken for S.A.S., Abe, Cyril and Mike were in trouble. Being captured behind enemy lines was a nightmare for any British Soldier. But these men weren’t just any kind of soldiers…they were cooks. Pressed working alongside Wehrmacht cooks, Abe, Cyril and Mike were left in a sticky situation. […]