Tag Archives: George Low

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 […]

CODENAME “MAGPIE”

Issue Number: 4911
Codename "Magpie"

Captain Eric Brunt was a secret agent. His codename was “Magpie” — because he stole and hoarded vital enemy intelligence in the way that the bird allegedly hoarded anything that glittered. When a Royal Navy Motor Torpedo Boat poised to pick up Eric was destroyed, the spy was trapped in occupied France, alongside Frank Nelson, […]

ESCAPE OR DEATH

Issue Number: 4909
Escape or Death

Captain Jon Laker and Lieutenant Rodney Smythe-Simmons were stuck in a remote P.O.W. camp in desolate Poland. Both came from aristocratic families and this made them viable candidates for an important Nazi prisoner exchange operation. However, when the chance to escape unexpectedly came their way both men knew they had to seize it…or die trying.

ACTION AFRICA!

Issue Number: 4905
Action Africa!

During World War I, Lieutenant Trevor Waite was an infantry officer posted to the colony of British East Africa. Somehow he found himself serving as part of a boat squadron. Although no sailor, he was compelled to do his duty and prove his worth to the obnoxious C.O. who was convinced that Trevor was a […]