Tag Archives: Khato

Supertank

Issue Number: 5305

Weighing over a thousand tonnes, measuring one‑hundred and fifteen feet long, and thirty-six feet high with the kind of artillery armament that would shame a battleship, the Landkreuzer P.1000 Ratte was a warship built for land. It was the Nazis’ latest super weapon, and in the aftermath of D-Day it would decimate the Allies. That […]

Steel Inferno

Issue Number: 5241

Uxton was a prime target. It was home to one of the largest filling stations in Britain, which sent train upon train laden with munitions to the front lines. This, and its sleepy small‑town defence, made it a tasty looking objective for German sabotage. The only thing standing in the Nazi operatives’ way was two […]

A Matter Of Honour

Issue Number: 5215

The Great War saw some of the most progressive advances in technological warfare – and flying aces were at the height of it all! Pierre Lafitte and Gustav Von Brunner are closely matched in skill, dexterity, and cunning – but when their mutual history stays Lafitte’s hand in an air duel, an opportunity to break […]

Harriet’s War

Issue Number: 5179

In the dark, the cries of the wounded men on the front line echoed, their hoarse voices calling for the ‘angels on wheels’ to come save them. One such angel was Harriet Weekes, an ambulance driver in the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry. As the fourth and only female Weekes sibling, Harriet had joined up to […]