Tag Archives: Muller

Red Gold

Issue Number: 5205

The Nazi fist squeezed the French people tight in 1941. Their oppressive occupation was absolute, and their gluttonous fingers coveted their bloodstained loot: their filthy stolen gold. But those greedy men were about to find out that their reign in France was not untouchable, and neither was their red gold!   Story: George Low Art: […]

Cold Steel

Issue Number: 5193

A coward and a bully, Colonel Jules Lussier seemed determined to break his own men in his quest for self gain. Privates Clement, Albert, and Denis of Napoleon Bonaparte’s Grande Armee would not only need to fight the enemy to make it through the war, but also endure relentless attacks and betrayal from their own […]

The Last Men at Dunkirk

Issue Number: 5163

Sergeant Ronnie Malloy stood alone on the French pier looking out towards the sea. The beach was deserted bar the smoking husks of discarded British trucks. The lines of men desperate to clamber aboard the ships bound for Blighty were all gone and the place was silent except for the quiet ebb of the tide. In […]

The Enemy of My Enemy

Issue Number: 5143

In the parched deserts of North Africa, water is the most precious resource and, for the Allied and Axis who fought there, it was the difference between life and death. That’s why LRDG Captain Tommy Butler and Afrika Korps Hauptmann Arn Renner were willing to fight to the bitter end to claim an oasis — […]

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 […]

Island of Last Hope

Issue Number: 4971
Island of Last Hope, cover by Ian Kennedy

In 1938, Germany invaded Poland…but Poland did not give in without a fight. Captain Micha Polanski and the Polish Air Force fought valiantly against the might of the Luftwaffe. But when his brother was slaughtered, Micha swore vengeance against the plane that cut him down, the plane that bore the symbol of a Black Eagle […]

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 […]