Tag Archives: WW1

The Enemy Within

Issue Number: 5466

In war, most men know who their enemy is —the sailor in the other warship, the pilot in the other plane, the soldiers in the other trench. But some men have a different kind of enemy. It’s something inside themselves, it could be a numbing fear or a blinding hatred. Whatever it is, it’s an […]

Too Stubborn To Die

Issue Number: 5465

British Army Royal Horse Artillery Bombardier Billy Elder is a team master for the horses and mules that pull the 13-pounder guns on the Western front. It’s hard work, but before long Billy befriends a tenacious mule named Broonie who goes above and beyond the call of duty in the Battle of Somme, saving countless […]

The Flying Emu

Issue Number: 5385

Estranged twins Teddy and Ernie Sharp followed their own paths in the Great War. Teddy took to the skies while Ernie trained hard with the Australian Imperial Force, determined to make his mark. Then, a chance meeting on the Western Front and Teddy’s untimely death changed Ernie’s life forever, as he abandoned the AIF and […]

Siege of Musa Dagh

Issue Number: 5339

Suzanna and Karine are providing precisely the right motivation for Secret Service agent Aaron Hassan to rethink his priorities — the barrel of a Gewehr 98. Escaping with the Armenian partisans is certainly more appealing than the alternatives… With an Ottoman assassin breathing down his neck and the gendarmes closing in, Aaron must get his […]

Dingo’s Mates

Issue Number: 5325

In 1914, Aussie Dingo Smith and his cobbers — Blue, Pete, Harry, Tugga and Puddin’ signed up with no hesitation. Dingo would do anything to protect his mates, but on the beaches of Gallipoli, among the mass devastation, something changed in Dingo. As he faced the barrel of a Turkish soldier’s rifle, his blood froze. […]

Conchie!

Issue Number: 5321

They called them the Coward Brigade, those who dared object to war. Counting their white feathers, they were the conscientious objectors, but they were everything but cowards. The Non-Combatant Corps faced every danger the Army did on the Western Front, with one exception — the NCC weren’t armed to defend themselves. They only had their […]