Tag Archives: Ian Kennedy

Boys’ War

Issue Number: 5730

It was the summer of 1940, and the whole of France was thrown into utter confusion as the invading German troops advanced relentlessly, leaving a trail of chaos and destruction behind them. Trapped amidst all this turmoil were two British schoolboys — John and Will Browning. Fending for themselves in a foreign country, they were […]

A Time For Justice

Issue Number: 5728

The end was near for Bertrand Duval. Since the days of the French revolution, his family had wrongfully claimed inheritance of the Chateau de Lauronne, and the title and power that went with it. Now he had added another crime to his list… he had made friends with the German invaders of his country. But […]

Rocket Raider

Issue Number: 5714

As the German train emerged from the tunnel, Gaston LeClare pressed the firing button on the weapon he had spent so long developing, and the special rocket flew on its way. Two seconds later, the locomotive was in a thousand pieces and the train was wrecked. The Nazis were totally bewildered by these terrifying attacks […]

The Fortunes of War

Issue Number: 5710

Two men, one English and the other German. The Englishman saved the German from being knifed, then the German saved the Englishman from being shot. Later, each saved the life of the other yet again. They went through a lot together, those two, before the Second World War. And when the war between Britain and […]

Shoot-out

Issue Number: 5706

For centuries the Nebbit family had been renowned for their marksmanship. Their skill with bow and arrow had won them the respect of a powerful Norman lord — and the right for them to keep their land. Now, hundreds of years later, Joe Nebbit was to prove that his family were still crack shots — […]

Sea Snatch

Issue Number: 5696

It’s hard to leave a mate in the lurch, especially when he’s wounded and behind German lines. It’s hard to forget he ever existed, even when you’re waging war against the hated Nazis. That’s the spot Eric Carlsson and Chris Borge, two Norwegians who’d escaped to fly for the RAF, were in. They planned and […]

Phantom Pilot

Issue Number: 5692

When Ken Welsh’s Typhoon was shot down he made the sort of forced landing that nobody should have survived. But survive he did — or did he?     Something very strange had happened, for when Ken woke up, his sleek Typhoon had been replaced with an old-time biplane fighter — and it wasn’t 1944 […]