Tag Archives: P.O.W.

NIGHT INTRUDER

Issue Number: 4933
4933

Pete Owen was a fine pilot in a Mosquito night-fighter squadron, with a growing number of kills to his name. Then he shook everybody by flying his plane, complete with the latest top-secret radar, across the Channel into German hands. He’d been playing a traitor’s game all the time, it seemed. But why was he […]

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.

FIGHT TO THE LAST

Issue Number: 4898
Fight To The Last

When Fred Burke made a vow to his dead mate that he would fight to the last to see the war won, it wouldn’t be his fault if the Allies lost, for Fred was a man of his word. So in Fred’s book anything went – like breaking out of a prison camp for a […]

THE GREAT ESCAPE

Issue Number: 4896
The Great Escape

Ted Malloy knew him as Corporal Don Granger of the Australian Army, his best pal, young, dark-haired and full of spirit. The Kachins, a Burmese tribe, knew him as “Urgu” – their Holy Man, chief and river god, tall with a lined face, bronzed skin, a mop of snow-white hair, and no memory of any […]

PRISONERS OF WAR

Issue Number: 4862
Prisoners Of War

They were escaped prisoners-of-war, desperate to risk anything rather than be recaptured. They had even put on enemy uniforms, armed themselves with enemy weapons. There was nothing they would not do to avoid going back into captivity.

KING OF THE SKY

Issue Number: 4850
King Of The Sky

They twisted and turned all over the sky, the two pilots trying to pull every trick in the book to be the one who drilled in the final killing burst. This was no ordinary dog-fight…for both aircraft carried the colours of the Royal Air Force. Something very odd was going on to have a Spitfire […]

STAND AND FIGHT

Issue Number: 4848
Stand And Fight

Perched high among the girders of the bridge spanning the jungle river, Private Dan Neal carefully aimed at the explosives charge lashed to the bridge supports. He knew that if this bridge wasn’t blown, the Japanese would pour over it, massacring any British troops who stood in their way. And if it was blown up, […]

CALL HIM HERO

Issue Number: 4792
Call Him Hero

Look how young Sergeant-pilot Jack Sherwood left a Nazi prison camp – on the end of a home-made, twelve-foot vaulting pole! And this is only one of a hair-raising series of close shaves Jack survives in this great yarn. Sprinter, weight-lifter, jumper and vaulter, this crack user athlete has to pull out he knows before […]

DEADLY DROP

Issue Number: 4787
Deadly Drop

After a “friendly fire” incident cost the lives of his comrades, Private Ron Allan clashed violently with a fellow paratrooper, Corporal Alec Brown, the man he held responsible. Tensions were still high between them when, en route to a drop zone, history repeated itself. Alec’s Horsa glider smashed into Ron’s sending both spiralling downwards. Alec’s […]