The Victor Index

Last Updated September 2014. Note this is very much a work in progress.

This index now lists all of the Victor Annuals and the 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1989, 1992 Summer Specials. Work has also started on indexing the weekly comic. I’m hoping to expand it over the coming months/years. The index also requires a 'cosmetic makeover' at some point to weed out any gremlins.

I've received several enquiries from people wanting to know if their relatives military exploits have been told in The Victor. In response, I've started to list those military personnel's true stories that were told on the front and back covers of the comic. I've listed somewhere between 485 to 490 names so far. So there's still a bit of work to do! I hope those who are searching for this information find it useful. Please see the entry Military Medal Winners.

I would also like to thank the following people who have provided me with information for this index - Jeremy Briggs, Steve Holland, Ray Moore, Andy Longley, Jim Croasdale, Derek Marsden, Chris Barnett and a big thank you to Vic Whittle for providing scans of Victor comics not in my collection.

Notes on how to use this index.

The index below is arranged A to Z by comic strip title, characters, artists, writers and subject headings. Search for characters and artists by their surname. Only well known re-occurring characters and some secondary characters are listed for example, Tupper, Alf.

Please see the diagram below for explanation of how each entry should be read.

Subject Headings include:-

  • African themed stories.
  • American themed stories, (including S. American stories).
  • Ancient age themed stories (a broad term covering stories set BC (before Christ) and the early AC (after Christ) centuries).
  • Artists.
  • Australian / New Zealand themed stories.
  • Canadian themed stories.
  • Characters series (that is, a character and main supporting cast, (but not necessarily every supporting character in the series), that appeared in one or several series in The Victor).
  • Complete one issue stories.
  • Factual articles.
  • Far East# themed stories.
  • Football Teams, fictional (Note - this will only include those fictional football teams that have appeared several times in The Victor for example, Chidsea).
  • Games# (that is, "board games" published in the comic, summer specials and annuals).
  • Giant animals appearing in Victor stories.
  • Humorous Stories.
  • North-West Frontier of India themed stories.
  • Military Medal Winners (true stories).
  • Napoleonic stories.
  • Pigeon stories
  • Police Stories.
  • Quizzes.
  • Railway themed stories.
  • Secret Service Stories.
  • Sci-fi stories.
  • Sport Stories.
  • Text Stories (non-picture stories).
  • Victorian# themed stories.
  • Western stories.
  • Women# in the Victor.
  • World War One (fiction stories).
  • World War Two (fiction stories).
  • Writers.

    Note, if you are searching for a subject heading place an '#' after the first word to aid searching. For example, Artists# or Military# and so on. For World War One and Two stories, type World War One# and World War Two#.

    (Note I have now also added a '#' after each letter for example, A#, B# and so on, to assist with searching.)

    If your looking for a particular artist, look under the artist heading. For those wanting to know more about various artists, please check, Artist Identify page.

    Please note that there may be a few errors in the index, for which I apologise in advance. (I'll be proof reading and amending the index when time allows). But to the best of my knowledge the information below is accurate. If anyone spots any mistakes, please let me know.

    Finally, I should point out that some of the artist's information below has been identified by Ray Moore via the Comics UK Forum. In particular the artists for the Morgyn the Mighty strip (which will be added shortly) and some of the humorous strips. Thank you.

    Glossary

  • ? = Confirmation required about the information. For example, which artist drew that particular strip or when a particular strip started or finished.
  • RP = The story has been reprinted.
  • col. = Indicates that the story has been fully printed in colour. That is, more than two colours.
  • Letters in brackets for example (F), refer to unidentified artists.

    A list of abbreviations of military medals and armed forces appears at the end of the index.

    
    
    
    
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  • According to Plan (factual; WW2 Army; Italy, Dec. 1943; "B" Company, 11 Battalion, King's Royal Rifle Corps; Lieut. Peter Laurence; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist Shone) 406.
    
    
    
  • Across Black Glacier (WW2 Commandos; factual; winter 1942, small group from No.2 Commando, attacked the Glomfjord Hydro station, north Norway via a dangerous glacier; artist Ron Smith?; note main picture also appeared on the front cover of the Victor annual 1967, although drawn by another artist) 63.
    
    
    
  • Across the Rhine (factual; front/back cover story; WW2 Army; 23rd/24th March, 1945; Royal Scots, part of 21st Army Group cross the river Rhine, into Germany; artist Philpotts) 187.
  • Action Off Crete (factual; WW2 RN; 19th July, 1940; H.M.A.S. Sydney attacked the Italian cruiser Bartolomeo Colleoni off the coast of Crete; front/back cover story; artist Shone) 205.
    
    
    
  • Action Stations! (factual; WW1 RN; 17th Oct. 1914; Capt. C.H. Fox HMS Undaunted in command of a British foltilla, attacking four German destroyers; artist (P)) 276.
  • Action Stations! (true war stories of military medal winners; appeared on the back cover of the Victor; started prior to 1455) see Military Medal Winners.
  • Action Stations (factual, usually a one page article; artist not known; those stories featuring medals won by military personnel are indexed under Military Medal Winners).
    
    
    
  • Adams, Bill (series character; sport; motor-racing) see Green Lighting.
  • Add Only Water! (series character; humour; featuring Johnny Dale; artist Slim).
    
    
    
  • Admiral Graf Spee (factual; the conflict between the German battleship and British naval ships in Argentina; artist not known) 827.
  • Adverts (note - not a complete listing, just examples; artist not known).
  • Stop smoking campaign. This was a one page advert sometimes featuring a well-known person (sportsman; airline pilot), who advises a youngster to give up smoking. Artist not known.
    
               
    
     
    
    
  • Adverts# for other D.C. Thomson comics.
    
    
    
  • African# themed stories - see
    
    
    
  • Ahmed, Fuad Ben (series character; WW2 Army; North Africa) seeWells at Marzuk.
  • Air Aces of World War Two (factual) 1977.
  • Airmen Are Expendable! (WW2 RAF; complete story; text; Swordfish flying mission; artist not known) 295.
  • Akrigg, Booth (series character; adventure) see Rule of the Gun.
  • Albright, Lieutenant Jim (series character; adventure) see Atlantic Monster, The.
  • Alf's Sporting Teasers (one page of sporting questions; this page did not appear in every issue).
    
    
    
  • Alf and Jimmy's Laff-In (one page of jokes, football funnies and a cartoon strip).
    
    
    
  • Alf and Jimmy's [Grant] Talk-in (readers letters to the Victor, started prior to 1455).
  • Alfredo# the Great (series character; magician; text and picture stories; featuring Alf Higgins).
    
    
    
  • Allan, Sergeant Dirk (WW2 Paratroopers/RAF; series character) see White Water War.
  • Allan, Tim (series character; secret service; sport; motorbike racing) see Scourage of the Black Crabs.
  • Alone Across the Antarctica (factual; Sir Douglas Mawson's 1911/1912 expedition to chart and study part of the unknown coastline of Antarctica; artist Bevan) 2; RP 391.
    
    
    
  • Altmark rescuing of British seaman sunk by the Graf Spee on German supply ship; artist Bevan) 461.
    
    
    
  • Alric, King of Westland (series character; medieval fantasy adventure) see Golden Steed, The.
  • Alric, Prince (series character; set in ancient British times) see Vengeance of Alric.
  • Arlberg-Holstein, Prince Kurt Von (series character; WW2 German Army character) see Prince of Tigers.
  • Amazing Mister Eel, The (series character; 1817 Britain; escapologist; working for the Prison Reform Society; featuring Mister Eel; Dimples; artist Marie).
    
    
    
  • American# themed stories. (including S. American series).
    
    
    
  • Ancient# age themed stories see
    
    
    
  • And Not a Shot Was Fired! (factual; WW2 Army; No.1 South African Armoured Car Company & 1st Gold Coast Regt.; Abyssinia; capturing over 3000 Italians without a shot being fired; artist Philpotts) 386.
    
    
    
  • Android AD964 or Andy (series character; sci-fi) see Star Seekers.
  • Andy Barclay’s Desert Bluff (WW2 RAF; artist Marti) 1971.
  • Animal Crackers (humour) 1981.
  • Apache's Revenge (complete story; western; 1837, James Johnson, American bounty hunter, shot down a tribe of peaceful Apache Indians in a Mexican village, with a machine gun; artist not known) 492.
    
    
    
  • Appleseed, Johnny (series character; American Wild West adventure) see Johnny Appleseed.
  • Archers of Finsbury (factual; history of the Finsbury Archers, (Honourable Artillery Company), founded in 1537 by Henry VIII; artist Bevan) 756.
  • Are You a Hawk-Eye? (factual; holiday observation game) S1974,
  • Armed trawler Kiwi Royal New Zealand navy rams a large Japanese submarine off Guadacanal? island in Pacific Ocean; artist Alonso) 576; RP 1175 (artist Alonso).
  • Armstrong, Dr. (series character; sport; bare fist fighting) see Mr. Samson's Secret.
  • Armstrong, Jeff (series character; WW2 Army) see Men From The Black Volcano, The.
  • Army Air Corp, The history of see Soldiers With Wings.
     
    
    
  • Arnhem, Battle for the Bridge at (WW2 Paratroopers; factual; September, 1944; capture of bridge over the River Rhine; front/back cover story; artist not known) 57.
    
    
    
    
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  • Aspden, Ray see Writers.
  • Assault on Sicily. (factual; WW2 Army; front and back covers col.; artist unknown; no lead character or medals mentioned) 209.
  • Athletics Quiz, Alf Tupper’s 1980.
  • Atlantic Monster, The (series characters; present day adventure; featuring Lieutenant Sam Cagney; Lieutenant Jim Albright; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Atlantic Rescue (factual; WW2; Aug, 1940; rescuing of over 300 men from the Atlantic Ocean after the British merchant cruiser Transylvania was sunk by a German U-Boat; artist not known) 84.
  • Attack at Dieppe (factual; WW2 Commandos; inside cover) 1981; 402 (artist Diaz?)
  • Attack at Zero Feet (WW2 RAF; complete story; text; attacking German tanks in N. Africa; artist not known) 296.
  • Attack diesel works, Augsburg , Bavaria (factual; WW2 RAF; inside cover) 1982.
  • Attack in the Bay of Onagawa (factual; WW2 RAF; inside cover) 1985.
  • Attack on Aarhus (factual; WW2 RAF; 31st Oct. 1944; Mosquitos attacking the Gestapo headquarters in Aarhus, Denmark, led by Wing-Commander R.W. Reynolds; artist not known) 239.
  • Attack on the 'Gothic Line' defended by Germans Autumn 1944; factual; Pisa to Rimini; Sixty men of the Parachute Regt. dropped with dummies to stop the destruction of installions near Torricello; artist not known) 1227.
  • Attack on Marzuk (WW2 Long Range Desert Group; artist Farrugia) 1967.
  • Attack on St. Nazaire (factual; WW2 RN / Commandos; inside cover) 1981.
  • Attack on Sidi Omar (factual; WW2 Army; 16th Dec. 1941; C Squadron, 2nd Royal Tank Regt.; North Africa; front and back cover story; artist (P)) 214.
  • Attack on Turkish lines (factual; WW1 Army; 1917; Middle East; Somerset Light Infantry attacking Turks holding up advence. British officer charges through pricky hedges to attack a Turkish machine gun post; artist Sutherland) 1247.
  • Attack the Lutzow (factual; WW2 RAF; inside cover) 1983.
  • Attack the Prinz Eugen (factual; WW2 RAF; inside cover) 1983.
  • H.M.S. Audacity, escort aircraft carrier (WW2 Royal Fleet Air Arm, general story about, 1941) front / back cover story col. 122; RP 500 artist Alonso. Note - story also told in Action Stations series.
    
    
    
  • Auric (series character; Dark Ages) see Jewel and the Sword, The.
    
    
    
  • Aussies are here! The (series characters; sport, cricket; picture story of a text series) - seeTrail-Blazers for the Tests.
  • Australian# / New Zealand themed series stories
    
    
    
  • Away Went Kelly (series character; sport; football; featuring Jim Kelly; Arthur Frisk, Manager; Hinton Utd; artist Bert Vandeput).
  • Ayrshire Yeomandry Gunners (factual; destroying a column of tanks at River Po, northern Italy; front/back cover story; artist Coleman) 1145.
    
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  • Backwoods Battler, The (American War of Independence; artist Rawlings ) 1976.
  • Baden-Powell, Robert see Hero of Mafeking, The (Victorian Army) 1985.
  • Badges of the Brave (factual ; inside cover) 1964; 1976; S1979, col..
    
    
    
  • Badges of the Fighting Fourteenth (army; factual) 1964.
    
    
    
  • Badges That They Wore, The (factual; WW2; various different Army, R.A.F. and R.N. units) S1975, col..
  • Baggot, Warder (series character) see Licence to Steal!
  • Bahadar, Private - a Gurkha soldier (series character; WW2 Army; Far East) see Tank With the Scarlet Heart, The.
  • Bailey, Private Joe (WW2 Paratroopers/RAF; series character) see White Water War.
  • Bailey's Floating Ambush (complete story; text; WW2 Army; Far East themed story; artist not known) 475.
  • Baines, Sandy (series character; adventure – capturing animals for zoos and circuses) seeBaird, Barney (series character; sci-fi) see Space Bus.
  • Baird, Jamie (series character; sport; football) see>Glory Game.
  • Bait for a Raider (text story; WW2 RN) 1969.
  • Baker, Boz (series character; adventure; horror) see Nightmare Zone, The.
  • Baker, Jimmy (series characters; sport; football) see Pickford: Past Master of Football.
  • Bald-Headed Kangeroo, The (series character; sport; boxing; featuring Bob Fitzsimmons; New Zealand themed story; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Bale Out! (WW2 RAF; complete issue story; col.; artist Coleman) S1970.
  • Balfour's Battles (series characters; WW2 RAAF; Far East, 1942; featuring Flight Lieutenant Doug Balfour; Corporal Eric Miller; Raphael, a native; artist Bleach).
    
    
    
  • Balloon in War, The (factual) 1964.
  • Baltic - by Bus!, To The (WW2 Army; factual; 24th March 1945; Crossing of the River Rhine, Germany; 12th Devonshire Regiment; artist unknown) 298.
  • Banana Bill (football) 1978.
  • Bandy, Wee (series character; sport; football; Pressley Rangers; artist unless otherwise stated Vandeput).
    
    
    
  • Banji (series character; sport; tennis) see Kid Clout Tennis Ace.
  • Banks, Tom (series character; sport; bare-fist fighting) see Barge Bulldog.
  • Bannon, Deputy Drute (series character; sci-fi; police) see Marshall of Magnon.
  • Bantam Battlers, The (series characters; WW2 RN; fighting to sink a German raider the Luther; HMS Bantam; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Banzai Bath, The (factual; 4th Battalion Border Regt.; Chindits, March 1944; Burma; Lieutenant-Colonel J. Burgess obtaining a bath in jungle and capturing a Japanese officer; no medals awarded; artist Alonso) 747.
    
    
    
  • Barbarry, the mule (Army, North-West Frontier, India; humour; text) see Mulligan and his Mule.
  • Barber, Jack (series character; WW2 RN; Indian Ocean; tracking down a murderous Japanese submarine commander) see Vengeance Cruise of the Kali, The.
  • Bare-Knuckle Boys, The (factual; boxing feature) 751 & S1974.
  • Barge Bulldog (series character; sport; bare-fist fighting; featuring Tom Banks; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Barge That Went to War, The (series characters; WW1 Army; artist Coleman; featuring Major 'Potty' Potter, Privates Skipper Driscoll, Nobby Clarke.)
    
    
    
  • Barker, Ernie (series character; WW2 Army; Far Eastern themed story) see Ernie's Island.
  • Barmingham, Jack 'Barney' (series character; WW2; secret service) see Three Men in Forbidden Forest.
  • Barnacle Bill (sport; football; humour; artist not known) 1987.
  • Barnett, Trooper Olly (WW2 5th Hussars; series character) seePhantom of the Fighting Fifth).
  • Barnham, Sam (series character) see Come Away The United (football).
  • Barnes, Ben (series character; WW2 Army) see Brothers in Battle.
  • Barnes, Bonzo (series character; WW2 Army) see Brothers in Battle.
  • Barnes, George (series character; boxing manager) seeMuggins, Mick.
  • Barney the Boot (sport; football original artist) 1969.
  • Barret, Jim (series characters; adventure; Java Sea) see Battle For Fire Island.
  • Barrett#, Jason (series character; ghost hunting adventures; searching for the stories behind village's strange place names; featuring Jason Barrett; artist not known).
    
     
    
  • Barrington, Doug (series character; sport; football) see My Business is Goals.
  • Barrside Thunderbolt, The (adventure; 20th Century trams) 1977.
  • Barry, Commander Roy (series character; WW2 German Navy & RN; midget one man submarine) see Menace beneath the Waves, The.
  • Barsloe-Beane, Bertie see Cowboy on the Western Front.
  • Bart, Sir Guy (series character; 13th century soldier of fortune) see Guns of Timur, The.
  • Barton, Chopper Alf (series character; text; sport; boxing; humorous) see Professor's a Pug, The.
  • Barton, Lieutenant Johnny (WW2 RN; series character; L.C.T. 16) see Floating Coffin, The.
  • Bates, Jimmy (series character; sport; football) see Jimmy's Football Genie.
  • Bates, Mick (series character; sport; football) see Jailbird Striker.
  • Batey, Private 'Batty' (series; WW2 Army) seeSlade's Squad.
  • Batsman From the Outback, The (series character; sport; cricket; Australian themed story; featuring Johnny Gillard; artist Vandeput).
    
    
    
  • Battling Siki (factual; life story of Louis Phall, Light-Heavyweight boxing Champion, 1922; artist not known) 557.
  • Battle For Fire Island (series characters; adventure; Java Sea; Fyr people living in lava pools; featuring Jim Barret; Ace Gordon; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Battle of the Admin Box, The (factual; Feb, 1944; Japanese offensive against the British in Burma. The British made their stand at the Admin. box; front/back cover story; artist Sutherland) 36.
    
    
    
  • Battleberg, The (series characters; WW2 RN; fighting the Germans with the help of the Vikings; featuring Petty Officer Joe McGuire; Chief Erik Wolfe; artist Coleman).
    
    
    
  • Battler Boston (series character; sport; bare-knuckle boxing; featuring Tom Boston; Gypsy Jem; Sir Jasper Slaine; artist not known).
         
    
    
  • Battler from Bristol, The (series characters; sport; bare fist-fighting; featuring Jem Belcher; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Battler with the Rag-Tag Trainer (series characters; sport; boxing; featuring ?; artist Josep Marti).
     
    
    
  • Battlers From the Black Cloud (series characters; sci-fi; featuring Private Nobby Clark; Mandregan aliens; artist Bagnall).
    
    
    
  • Battling Bulldozer, The (WW2 army; series character; featuring Ted Trotter and his bulldozer; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Battalion, The (WW1, text story.) 1968.
  • Battle Axes of the World (factual) 1973.
  • Battle Badges (factual; WW2 badges) 1973
    
    
    
  • Battle Beast, The (Romans; complete story; delaying the advance of Carthaginian invaders; Centurion Marcus Septus; artist Ted Rawlings) 1987.
  • Battle of Boxing Day, The (WW2 RN; factual; Boxing Day 26th Dec. 1943, sinking of the German Battleship Scharnhorst; HMS Duke of York; artist not known; front/back cover story) 44.
  • Battle Flag of the Tanks (WW1 and 2; factual; story of the Battle Flag of the Tank Corps; Brown, red and green; through mud, blood to the green fields beyond; artist unknown) 284.
  • Battle for Benara (WW2 paratroopers) 1982.
  • Battle for the Bridges (WW2 Paratroopers, Arnhem ; artist Farrugia) 1974
  • Battle for Malta (WW2 RAF) 1977
  • Battle For the Bridge, The (WW2 Army; factual; 20th Sept. 1944; Guards Armoured Division; capture of the Nijmegen bridge, near Arnhem, Holland; front/back covers story; artist unknown) 280.
  • Battle of Britain (factual; inside cover) 1980
  • Battler From Brighton, The (series; sport; bare-fist fighting) see Tom Sayers - The Battler From Brighton.
  • Battler With the Black Patch, The (series characters; WW2 China; providing supplies along Burma road to volunteer American Flying Tigers Squadron; featuring Ben Rogers; Tiny O'Leary; artist Leo Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Battler With The Rag-Tag Trainer, The (series characters; sport; boxing; America 1930's?; featuriing Barney Brannigan; Highball Garrity; artist Marti).
    
    
    
  • Battles of Britain (factual one page history and facts about a battle fought on British soil; artist not known except where noted).
  • Battling Bulldog (Napoleonic story) 1984.
  • Battling Butcher, The (sport; bare fist fighting) 1973
  • Baxter, Danny Police Cadet (series character) see Boys in Blue.
  • Baxter, Sergeant Sam (series character; secret service) see Steelhead Sam.
  • BB (series character; WW1 RFC; nickname for Bertie Barsloe-Beane) see Cowboy on the Western Front.
  • Beane, Bertie Barsloe see Cowboy on the Western Front.
  • Bee, Bertie (series character; sport; football) see Busiest Bee in Football, The.
  • Before the Guns Roared. (factual; ancient weapons, Onager, Ballista & so on; artist unknown) S1969, col.
  • Behind the Crimson Door (sport; football; artist Bert Vandeput; Manton City; featuring Mike Hollins, Captain; Sinton Froyd, trainer-manager)
    
    
    
  • Behind the Enemy Lines ; desperate missions of the Second World War. (factual) 1965.
  • Behind the Enemy Lines (WW2 secret agents; series characters; featuring Chris Hartley; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Belcher, Jem (series character; sport; bare fist-fighting) see Battler from Bristol, The.
  • Bell, Dick (series characters; early 19th century seafaring adventure) see Treasure of Toowan, The.
  • Bell Tower, The (WW1 story) 1984.
  • Ben Bloggs: Extra-Special Agent (series character; WW2 secret service; text; humorous; featuring Ben Bloggs; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Bendigo Boxer, The (factual; story of the boxer; sport; boxing; artist Bevan) 540.
  • Benini, Enzo (series; European Nations Squadron) see Striker's Squadron.
  • Benson, Jack (series character; central African adventure; dinosaur) see Reign of the Last Dragon, The.
  • Benson, Tony (series character; sport; football; school boy adventures) see Outcasts of St. Oswald's, The.
  • Benthao (series character; an elephant) see Elephant Never Forgets, An (WW2 Army; Burma)
  • Beretta Can Kill! A (factual; WW2 Army; Jan. 1944; 6th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders crossing River Garigliana, Italy; Lieutenant Ian Phillips evaded capture using a Beretta gun; front / back cover story; no medals awarded; artist not known) 352.
    
    
    
  • Bertie Barsloe-Beane see Cowboy on the Western Front.
  • Besieged! (series characters; WW2 RAF; survival in war torn Warsaw, whilst flying a bi-plane defending the city; featuring Sergeant Pilot Mo Wright; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Best, Captain Bob (series character; adventure) see EXpedition Ozolo.
  • Best of Enemies (series characters; present day US Naval pilots; featuring Lieutenant Winston 'Assegai' Coles; Lieutenant? 'Zapman' West; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Best of Enemies (WW2 RN; complete story; German and a British sailor in a lifeboat; artist Bleach) 1992.
  • Beware of the Bull! (complete story; one page; artist not known) 1613.
  • Beware of the Bull (factual; WW2 Army; Autumn 1944, Canal de Nord, Belgium; King's Royal Rifle Corps; Lieut. the Honourable T. Trenchard; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist not known) 411.
    
    
    
  • Beware Rockets! (WW2 RAF; true story) 1983.
  • Bicycle story about its inventor Kirkpatrick 'Pate' Macmillan, calling the bike first a Dandy Horse and then a Velocipede; (factual; artist not known) 652.
  • Big Chase, The (complete story; WW2 Canada; German P.O.W. escaping from a Canadian prison, artist not known) 1462.
  • Big Tree, The (series characters; African Victorian adventure?; text; featuring Sam Walker; Gregory Walton; Reggie Hunt; Dick Sullivan; Leven; Archie Cunnliffe; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Big Act, The (series characters; secret Service in occupied France; featuring Helmut Hoeness, German actor/British Spy; Harry Masters; artist Garcia).
    
    
    
  • Big Fight at Camp 13 (adventure; Canadian lumberjacks) 1976.
  • Big Game Boys, The History of (factual; big game hunting; artist unknown) S1976, col.
  • Big Laughs with the Big Cats (factual; humour) 1978.
  • Big Prize, The (sport; cricket; complete story; featuring Pete Jones; partial colour) S 1989.
  • Biggest Head in Football, The (sport; football) 1979.
  • Biggin Hill, First Kill for (factual; no medals awarded; WW1 RAF, 141 Squadron; 19th May 1918; Lieut. E. Turner, pilot & Lieut. H. Barwise, observer; shoot down first airfield's first German plane; artist not known) 355.
    
    
    
    Biggs, Private Charley (series character; WW2 Army) see Guardians of the Headhunter.
  • Biker (series character; sport; motorbike racing; featuring Gary Jones; artist Cooper, unless otherwise stated).
    
    
    
  • Bill and Ben: The Fighting Tennis Men (series characters; sport; tennis; featuring Benjamin Lowe; W. Burton; artist Marti Josep).
    
    
    
  • Bill Doyle (series character; WW2 RN) see Kennedy, ‘Killer’ (series character)
  • Billy the Kid (series character; sport; football; featuring Billy Smith; artist Harding).
    
    
    
  • Binx and his Sphinx (WW2 ? series characters; artist ?).
    
    
    
  • Bird Boy (series character; WW2; artist Antonio Garcia)
    
    
    
  • Bismarck, Sinking of (factual; WW2 RN; inside covers) 1979.
  • Black, Bill (series character; secret service; 1970's story) see Robots of the Deep.
  • Black Brandon's Biggest Blunder (complete story; western; text; tracking down a train robber; artist not known) 461.
  • Black Cats Are Lucky (complete story; WW2 RN; Able Seaman "Pincher" Martin; black cat saved a motor gunboat1787; artist Coleman) 763.
  • Black Charger (series character; each issue a complete stand alone story; featuring Fantom, the Black horse; artist same as Napoleonic story set in Victor annual).
    
    
    
  • Black Knights, The (series characters; African adventure; featuring Grier, District Commissioner; Jape, witch-doctor ; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Black Pearls are Unlucky! (complete story; South China Seas fishing adventure; featuring Dinghy Jones; Lofty Lambert; artist Ted Rawlings) 568.
  • Black Rider (series character Despatch Rider Bill Brand; WW1; secret service) 1974.
    
    
    
  • Black, Smutty (series character; photographer; adventure) see Secret of Sann Island, The.
  • Black Streak, The (WW2 Paratroopers Arnhem ) 1979.
  • Black Watch (factual; Autumn 1941; N. Africa; 2nd Battalion Black Watch, breakout from Tobruk to link up with 8th Army at position code-name Tiger; artist not known) 1230.
  • Blackjack (series character; sea-faring adventure) see Secret of Shark Island, The.
  • Blade of Jonathan Blake, The (series characters; 18th century fencing sword adventure; featuring Johathan Blake; Mercury, clockwork fencing machine; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Blades From Many Battles (factual) S1970 col.
  • Blain, Major (no medals awarded; Chindits, Burma, 1944; on a dangerous mission to blow up a bridge, then being taken back by glider being snatched up by a dakota; artist Alonso) 1027.
    
    
    
  • Blake, Sergeant Bill (WW2 Army; series) see Last Commando, The.
  • Blake, Sergeant Joe (series characters; WW2 Army; crew of a DUKW; Far Eastern themed story) see Golden Sword of Shinto, The.
  • Blake, Harry (series; Victorian Army) see Hard Life For Harry Blake, A and Mutiny!.
  • Blake, Jack (series character; sport; football; secret service) see Evil Eye of the Little Yellow God, The.
  • Blake, Johnny (series character; Victorian adventure) see Day of the Scorpion.
  • Blake, Jonathan (series; 18th century fencing sword adventure) see Blade of Jonathan Blake, The.
  • Blaze - Pony of the Welsh Peaks (series character; text; adventure about a pony; featuring Blaze; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Blighty or Bust! (series characters; WW2 Army; East Loamshire Regt.; a platoon trying to get a list of German agents in Britain back to Blighty, (Britain); featuring Captain Starr; Sergeant Johnny England; Corporal Frank ; Private "Dumbo" Beckett; artist Sanchis).
    
    
    
  • Blockbuster! (factual; WW2 Army; 28th March, 1942; 7th Queen's Own Hussars; Burma; Lieutenant M.J.E. Patteson; escaping from the Japanese; no medals awarded; artist not known) 762.
    
    
    
  • Bloggs, Ben (series character; WW2 secret service; text; humorous) see Ben Bloggs: Extra-Special Agent.
  • Blood Hunt (series characters; sci-fi; featuring Valdred; Ulayali; Pontus; artist Alonso?).
    
    
    
  • Blood Money (WW2 French Resistance 1941; complete story; Marcel Dupont traitor; Captain Sam Carver; artist not known) 1987.
  • Blowing up a bridge over Sambre Canal in Flanders (factual; by Sergeant of the Royal Engineers, but failed to do so, Aug. 1914. Then in 1918 Germans tried to blow the same bridge, but failed thanks to an unknown Royal Engineer. A ghost perhaps; artist Ted Rawlings) 1206.
  • Bludso, Jim (series character) see Steamboat Jim (series character; western; 19th Century; steamboats)
  • Boat To Switzerland, By (factual; WW2 RAF; 27th / 28th April, 1944; 35 Squadron; bombers attacking Friedrichshafen; Pilot Officer R.G. Peter (Australian) plane was shot down in Lake Constance, paddled to safety across lake to netural Switzerland; front/back cover story; no medals mentioned; artist not known) 393.
    
    
    
  • Bogus Gun, The (WW2 Army; factual; Bland, Capt. 90th City of London Field Regt.; 11th June 1944; bogus tank used as an artillery observation point in Normandy; front/back cover story; artist not known) 313.
  • Bolam, Ben (series character; early 19th century) see Fights of the Strongbox Man, The.
  • Bolt, Sergeant Sam (WW2 5th Hussars; series character) seePhantom of the Fighting Fifth).
  • Bomber Raid, 1,000 plane (factual article inside end cover) 1980
  • Bombing Raid on a German airfield (factual; Lieutenant Wilfred Tremellen flying his 13th mission (99 Squadron), bombing a German airfield. Keeping fighters at bay, the pilot lands his plane, just as it falls to pieces; artist Alonso) 1044.
     
    
    
  • Bombs with the Purple Stripe, The (WW2 Army; series; artist not known; featuring Lieutenant Felton; Corporal 'Jumbo' Whalen; Lance-Corporal Sam Singh; Admiral Bowater).
    
    
    
  • Bones#, Joe (series character; WW2 army climber; artist not known, Ted Rawlings for one series; featuring Joe Bones; Lord Plimpton) S1977; 1977; 1978; 1979; S1980; 1980;
  • Boomerang! (one page story; Max Vander selling weapons to simple Arab people; artist not known) 1654.
  • Boomerang Boy (WW2 India, Burma; series characters; boy rescuing his Dad after he is captured by the Japs; featuring Jim Tyler; artist Watson).
    
    
    
  • Boots of Big Ugly, The (complete story; North-West Frontier 1930's; 113th - 5th Pack Battery, Royal Artillery; story about a mule and getting an artillery gun to a high vantage point to fire on enemy; artist Shone) 203.
    
    
    
  • Boot Boys, The (series characters; sport; football; featuring Dean Wilde; Tony Rogers; Liverside Football Club; artist Harding).
    
    
    
  • Boot and Saddle : The Story of the First Mounties (series; North-West Mounted Police) see Queen's Cowboys, The
  • Booth, Bombardier Bill (WW2; series character) see Prouty, Captain.
  • Bootham, Air Marshall (factual; biograpy; artist Bevan) 564; RP 1108.
  • Boots - a dog (series character; humour) see Puss 'n' Boots.
  • Boppo (series characters; sport; football) see Football Clowns of Carsdale Town, The.
  • Borden, Chief Petty Officer Johnny (WW1 RN; series character) see Cragg of the Wavy Navy.
  • Bossman, Mister (series character; adventure; a rich employer of a reluctant Charlie) see Charlie and the Bossman.
  • Boston, Tom (series character; sport; bare-knuckle boxing) see Battler Boston.
  • Bottleneck Bruff: He Always Delivers (WW2 RN; series character; text; humorous; wily wangler; HMS Neversink; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Bottleneck Bruff's Guide to Navy Talk (humorous; artist not known) 415.
  • Bourne, George (series character ; navigator to Braddock) see Braddock V.C.
  • Bowley, Maxie (boxing manager to Sam Smallpiece see Superstitious Sam.
  • Bowater, Admiral (semi-series character) see Bombs with the Purple Stripe, The.
  • Boxer and the Boffin, The (text story; WW2 Commandos) 1971.
  • Boxer Nobody Knows, The (series character; sport; boxing; boxer suffers a blow to the head and loses memory; featuring Mike Dunn; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Boxing Day Battle, The (WW1 Army; factual; 26th Dec. 1917; British forces defending Courieres Wood, Flanders; front/back cover story; artist not known) 201.
  • Boy Hunter see Sands, Shiwa.
  • Boyes, Johnny - of Kenya Colony (series character; trader and King of Kikuju Tribe, Kenya; late 19th century; writer J.T. Edson; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Boy Cross (series character; sport; motorcycle speedway; featuring John "Boy" Cross; artist Harding).
    
    
    
  • Boyes, Johnny (series character; African adventure; late 19th century) see Johnny Boyes of Kenya Colony.
  • Boyhood of Lester Piggott, The (factual; story of; artist Ramsbottom; col.) S1971 (note - his story was also told in issue 1).
  • Boys in Blue#, The (series character; text stories; Police)
    
    
    
  • Boys in Blue, The (series characters; present day Air Training Corps; featuring Brian Tanner; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Braddock#, Sergeant Matt (V.C.; series character; artist Shone unless otherwise stated) Spanish version of Red Dagger, issue 12; artist Shone; text in Spanish; title - Comandos en Accion - Los Tigres Voladores.
    
    
  • Bradley, Corporal Jim (series character; WW2 Army) see Kill or Die!
  • Brain Behind the Rangers (series characters; spor; football; Blackstock Rangers; featuring Alf Gardener; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Brain Cruncher (quiz) S1992.
  • Brand, Bill (series character; Despatch Rider Bill Brand; WW1; secret service) see Black Rider, The .
  • Brand, Sir Stanley and his son Peter (series characters; Dacoits out to kill the hero; giant rats) see Three on the Terror Trail.
  • Branded (series characters; Victorian army adventure about a supposed British soldier deserter, who's out to catch the real villians; featuring Private Danny Page; Gula; artist Alcatena).
    
    
    
  • Brandon, Ace (series character; present day adventure, helicopter pilot) see Egg-Beater, The.
  • Brandon, Nippy (series character; sport; boxing) see School for Bashers.
  • Brannigan, Barney (series character; sport; boxing; America 1930's?) see Battler With The Rag-Tag Trainer, The.
  • Bravest Soldier of All, The (factual; 18th century army; Robert Rollo Gillespie) 1982.
  • Brayshaw, Ronald 'Pugsy' (series character; WW2 RN) see You're in the Navy Now.
  • Braz (series character; sci-fi) see Space Shooter.
  • Brett, Alan (series characters; adventure) see EXpedition Ozolo.
  • Bridgehead Across The Rhine (factual; WW2 Commandos; 23rd March, 1945; Germany; front/back covers story; artist Rawlings) 288.
  • Bridges, Major Tom (title- Cool as an Englishman! factual; WW1 Cavalry; Aug. 1914; a squadron of the 4th Dragoon Guards attacking advancing German troops; front/back cover story; no medals won; artist Bagnall) 274.
    
    
    
  • Brigands of Britain's Skies. (factual; artist unknown) S1969, col.
  • Bright Knife (western; captured white boy grows up as a Cheyenne warrior; artist not known) 1542.
  • Bring-'em-Back Boys (WW2 R.A.F. series characters; artist Shone; Featuring Sergeant Ted Evans; Airman Foxy Sharpe; Airman Harry Cleaves)
    
               
    
    
  • Bring Up The Troops! (factual; b&w images of military vehicles; inside covers) 1977.
  • Bristle (series character; WW2; secret service; ex-soldier) see Three Men in Forbidden Forest.
  • British Tommy, The (Napoleonic war; true story of how the British Tommy got his nickname) S1980.
  • British troops fighting small pockets of retreating Japanese troops; (factual; March 1945; front / back cover story; artist Alonso) 1051.
  • Brock, Peter (series character; sport; football) see Team From Nowhere, The.
  • Brody, Tom Lieutenant (series character) see Hot-Air Hussars, The.
  • Brooks, Red (series character; adventure; S. American themed story) see Guardian of the Green God.
  • Brothers in Battle (series characters; WW2 Army; featuring Ben and Bonzo Barnes; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Brothers at War (series characters; WW2 RAF; Europe; featuring Eddie Hartman (RAF / US pilot; Konard Hartman (Luftwafffe); artist Sanchis).
    
    
    
  • Brown, Jeff (series character) see Send for Saxon.
  • Brown, Vic (series character; school boy adventures) see Gorilla Gang.
  • Bruff, Bottleneck (WW2 RN; series; text; humorous) see Bottleneck Bruff: He Always Delivers.
  • Bryant, Tom (series; sport; motor-racing) see Green Lighting.
  • Bubble, The (Sci-fi; artist Leo Rawlings; featuring Johnny Spott; Jeff Carter; Captain Lenaghan; Dr. Sullivan; Maxie Fenbaum; Spike Fuller).
    
    
    
  • Buffalo Attack (factual; WW2 Army; 09th Feb. 1945; attacking islands of land not flooded in Holland; 11th Royal Tank Regt.; artist not known) 236.
  • Bugaboo, Coming of the (series characters; sci-fi; artist Alonso; featuring Joe Tuck, pilot; Doctor Damory, scientist; Luke Marrakul).
            
    
    
  • Bugler Boy, The (Indian Mutiny; artist Rawlings?) 1982.
  • Building of the Albemarle (American Civil War; factual, but with fictional elements; true story about the building of the ship; artist Jean Marie?; writer J.T. Edson; featuring Dusty Fog - fictional character).
    
    
    
    
  • Bullet For The Bridge!, A (WW2 Army; factual; April 1941; Captain J.F. Philips; Lieutenant J.T. Tyson; Greece; no medals awarded; blowing up a bridge with a rifle shot; artist Coleman) 326.
  • Bullets of Sniper Dennison, The (series character; second series) see Sniper Dennison.
  • Bullseye Brannigan (football) 1982.
  • Bunch, The Ballard of Captain (factual; western; biography of Eugene Bunch; artist not known) 581.
  • Burke of the Outback (Adventure ; Australian Police) 1965.
  • Burning Man, The see Barrett, Jason (series character).
  • Burt, Sir Guy (13th Century, Africa) see Dark Domain, The.
  • Burton, W. (series character; sport; tennis) see Bill and Ben: The Fighting Tennis Men.
  • Bush, Sergeant John (series character; Napoleonic Wars) see Guerrilla Guns.
  • Busiest Bee in Football, The (series character; sport; football; featuring Bertie Bee; Hodwell Town; artist Vandeput).
    
    
    
  • Buxton, Gus (series character; western) see Deputy of Colorado Springs, The.
  • Byrd, John (series character; modern explorers in a Brazilian jungle) see Mountain of the Winds.
    
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  • Cabel's Curse see Thrill Seekers, The.
  • Cadman#, The Fighting Coward (WW1 series; humour; featuring Cadman; Private (later Corporal, then Sergeant) Tom Smith; artist Mike Dorey unless otherwise stated).
    
    
    
  • Cagney, Lieutenant Sam (series character; present day adventure) see Atlantic Monster, The.
    Cakebread, Captain "Lardy" (series character; sport; football; humorous) see Floating Footballers, The.
  • Call of the Hunting Horn, The (WW2 Commandos; factual; front/back story; 11th April 1945, crossing the bridge at the River Aller; artist not known) 55.
  • Cameron, Mark (series character; text; featuring Mark Cameron; Dias, his tracker; stories set in Ceylon, present day Sri Lanka; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Campbell of the Q-ships (WW1 RN; factual; story of Campbell) 359.
  • Can I Have a Receipt Please? (WW1 Army; 08th August, 1918; France; army British tank, assists Australian troops in taking a village by destroying enemy machine guns. No names mentioned. Artist not known) 685.
    
    
    
  • Can He Beat the Bubbling Death? (complete story; text; Brian Medhurst saves the foreman from molten metal; artist not known) 365.
  • Can You Solve This Crime Before the Crimebuster? see Crimebuster.
  • Canadian# themed stories see
  • Canadian Trans-Continental Railway, Building of (factual; artist Bevan) 760.
    
    
    
    
  • Canal Courier (WW2 Dutch Resistance; series character; featuring Jan Van Groot; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Candy, Sergeant Danny (series character; WW2 Army, Far East) see Jungle Jeepers.
  • Cannonball Express, The (series characters; WW2 army; featuring Captain Winston Sykes; Pepin, a young French orphan; Milton Peabody, a technical expert; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Canoe Commandos, The (factual; WW2 Commandos; front/back cover story; 07th Dec. 1942, raid on Bordeaux Harbour; only Major Hasler and Marine Sparks survived; artist Philpotts) 43.
    
    
    
  • Canoe Raiders, The (complete story; WW2 Army; SBS; raid on Italian held railway in Egypt, 1941; artist not known) 680.
  • Cap That Carlo Wore, The (series characters; WW2 schoolboy adventure of Carlo keeping himself and brother alive and free in Naples, Italy; featuring Charles Ross 'Carlo' and Albert Ross, 'Alberto'; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Cap'n Hand and his Mutinous Band (serious character; humour; artists first series David Law, Leo Baxendale, George Drysdale; second series Michael Barratt. Note - story does not appear in every issue of The Victor).
    
    
    
  • Captain Lightfoot (factual; story of Michael Martin, a polite outlaw in the American West, who nevertheless was hanged; artist not known) 546.
  • Card Trick, The (WW1 German submarine; complete story) 1989.
  • Carew, Robin Crusoe (sport; general; series character) see Crusoe Came to Cambridge.
  • Carey, Dick (series character; 1576 adventure; naval action fighting Spanish ships) see Song of the Sword, The.
  • Carmania Goes to War, The (factual; WW1 RN; 14th Sept. 1914; former Cunard liner vs. former German liner; front and back covers col.; artist Bagnall; no lead character or medals mentioned) 225.
  • Carmichael, Cornet (series character) see Cornet Carmichael.
  • Carson, floyd (series character; sport; football) see Sid's Shadow.
  • Carson, Kit - frontier scout (factual; his life story in the wild west of 19th century America; artist not known) 8.
  • Carson, Mike (series character; sci-fi present day adventure) see Twister, The.
  • Carson's Gun (factual; WW2 Australian Army; 25th/26th Dec. 1942; Hariko, New Guinea; Serg. R.G. Carson in charge of 25 pounder gun used to target Japanese troops; no medals mentioned; front / back cover story; artist not known) 396.
    
    
    
  • Carter, Jeff (Sci-fi; Photographer for the New York Echo) see Bubble, The
  • Carter, Tod and Jerry (series characters; humorous; sport; horse-racing) see We've Gotta Horse!
  • Carter, Kenny Kayo Kids see Kenny Carter’s Kayo Kids (series character, boxing).
  • Carter, Private Ted (series character; WW2 Army; flame thrower) see Dragon's Breath, The.
  • Cartwright, Corporal (series character; text; WW2 Army) see Square 'Chuter, The.
  • Case of Coincidence, A (WW2 RAF; complete story; artist not known; featuring Pilot Officer Jim Lee and the story of various people's cigarette case) 1988.
  • Catapult of Death, The (14th Century knights) 1981
  • Catchem Company, The (series characters; adventure – capturing animals for zoos and circuses; featuring Vic Tatum (Far East); Jim Reede (Africa); Sandy Baines (U.S., Canada); writer J.T. Edson; artist not known).
    
    
    
    
  • Cattle Drive (game) S1976, col.
  • Cecil# - The Stone Age Scrapper (series character; sport boxing; humour; artist, C.D. Bagnall, unless otherwise stated).
    
    
    
    
  • Chained to a Killer! (complete one issue story) S1970
  • Challenger’s End 1982 see Barrett, Jason (series character)
  • Chalmers, the butler (series; WW2 Army; humour) see Percy's Private Army.
  • Champ From The Covered Wagon, The (series characters; sport; boxing; late 19th century; featuring Buck Ross; artist Kearon?)
    
    
    
  • Chance, Rick (adventure; series character; Private Invesigator see Crimebuster, Can You Solve This Crime Before the?.
  • Characters##, series (from the Victor) see
    
    
    
  • Chard, Sergeant-Major John (series character; 19th century Victorian army adventure, India) see Kill, Kill For Kali!
  • Charge of the Battling Red Bus, The (WW2 Army) 1973.
  • Charge of the Last Lancer, The (complete story, S. Africa, Zulus; artist not known) 1970.
  • Charge of the Light Brigade, The (series; telling the story of the famous disastrous charge of the Light Brigade; featuring Trooper Samuel Brown; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Charge of the Soap-Box Brigade, The (WW2 army; complete story; text; British troops charging Germans in soap-boxes; artist not known) 327.
  • Chari, Lal (WW2 Army; series character; Far East adventure) see Leaping Tiger, The.
  • Charlie and the Bossman (series characters; Charlie, a young drifter who works for Mister Bossman; adventure; artist Alonso?).
    
    
    
  • Charlie the Tester (series character; modern day army; humour; featuring Private Charlie Wright; Mr. Watson-Smythe; artist C.D. Bagnall).
     
    
    
    Charrington, Private Arnold (series character; WW2 Army) see Guardians of the Headhunter.
  • Charter, James (series character; adventure about transporting Cleopatra's Needle to London) see Flaming Vulture, The.
  • Chat Box, The (readers letters to the Victor) see also Readers Letters.
    
    
    
  • Chater's Chimp (series character; humorous; drinks some water that turns him into a chimp; featuring Bert Chater; artist same as B Team?)
    
    
    
  • Checkley, Bill (series character; fox hunting; text; featuring Billy Checkley; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Cherokee Bill (factual; biography of; western) 1973.
  • Chesterten, Jamie (series character; S. American Victorian adventure) see Quest For El Quandor.
  • Chesterten, Mark (series character; S. American Victorian adventure) see Quest For El Quandor.
  • Chico (series character; sci-fi present day adventure) see Twister, The.
  • Children of the Wind (complete story; featuring Martin Clew, expert on dogs; artist Philpotts) 1970.
  • Chindit / American corporation (factual; note no story title; March 1943; Henu, codename White City, Burma; smoking dugout Japanese troops; artist Sanchis?) 923.
    
    
    
  • Chindit Patrol (factual; WW2 Army; Burma; 6th March, 1943; Major B. Fergusson; front/cover story; artist Coleman) 311.
  • Chipper’s Time Machine (text story.) 1975
  • Chitty, Midshipman (series character; Napoleonic British Navy) see Fighting Tom Cochrane.
  • Chocolate Coloured Killer, The (text story; Canadian wilderness; RCMP; artist Rawlings) 1968
  • Christmas at Bearcat Creek (complete story; adventure; Canada; snow; artist Rawlings) 253 & RP 880.
  • Christmas Capers (factual; one page facts about Christmas; artist not known) 983; 1193 (re-print of 983 ?).
  • Christmas Curiosities (factual; curious facts about Christmas; artist Ted Rawlings) 514; 827 (artist not known).
  • Christmas Day, The Raid On (factual; WW1 Royal Naval Air Service; reconnaissance/attack on German fleet at Cuxhaven; 25th Dec. 1914; front/back cover story; artist Bagnall) 148.
  • Christmas, Lee (series character; S. American western) see Rebel of the Iron Road.
  • Christmas Pudding Must Wait, The (complete story; adventure; artist Ted Rawlings).
  • Circus of Terror (factual; 26th Oct. 1836; fire on board a paddle steamer Royal Tar, (travelling from St. John, New Brunswick to the US), broke out killing most of the circus animals and 32 people; artist not known) 573.
    
    
    
  • City of the Sun see Stark, Solomon.
  • Clark, Sam (series character; sport; moto-cross rider) see Mud in Your Eye!
  • Clarke, sergeant (series character; WW2 Army; June 1944 Normandy, France) see Hunt For Moaning Minnie, The).
  • Clarke, Private Nobby (series character; sci-fi) see Battlers From the Black Cloud.
  • Clarke, Private Nobby (WW2, photographer unit; humour) see Sullivan's Snapshooters.
  • Clarke, Nobby Private (WW1 Army; series character) see Barge That Went to War, The.
  • Claws (WW2 Army; series character; Sergeant Tim Kevin fighting Germans with the help of a tiger; artist Garcia?)
    
    
    
  • Clay Kickers, The (WW1 western front mining; complete story; artist Bagnall) 1966.
  • Clearing of Japanese positions at Elephant Point overlooking Rangoon River, Burma; factual; 3rd Gurkhas; 01st May, 1945; front/back cover story; artist Garcia?) 673; RP 1235 (artist Garcia).
  • Cleeve, Lem (series character) see Lost Armour of Arrow Island.
  • Clegg, Danny (series character; schoolboy adventure) see Danny's Detector.
  • Clegg, Group-Captain (WW2 Air Transport Auxiliary; series; American fighting with the British) see No War for Wilbur.
  • Clegg, Marshall John (series character; western) see Talons of Terror, The.
  • Clenched Fist, The (series characters; sport; boxing; featuring Ron Vince; Ed Sward; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Cleverty's Scouts (series characters; North-West Frontier, India; WW1; artist Diaz?)
    
    
    
  • Climb That Mountain. S1972, col.
  • Clint, Harry (series character; present day army, Royal Marines) see Making of a Marine, The.
  • Coach Carson (series character; sport; athletics; text and picture stories; featuring Albert Carson of Elmfield Harriers; picture artist Philpotts; text artist Sturrock?)
    
    
    
  • Cochran, Chris (series character; under-water adventure 1947) see Diamond Divers, The.
  • Cochrane, Lord Thomas (series character; Napoleonic British Navy) see Fighting Tom Cochrane.
  • Cody, Major Mike (series character; WW2 Army, Far East) see Jungle Jeepers.
  • Cogger, Fred (series character; sport; football) see Mister Fix-It.
  • Coggins, Mush (WW2 Army) see Khaki Crooks, The.
  • Cold Night For Heroes, A (factual; WW2 Army; Libya, North Africa, 1941; Sergeant-Major Jarvis & Private O'Brien taking on two Italian tanks; artist not known) 271.
    
    
    
  • Cole, Knobby (series character; humour) see Send for the B-Team.
  • Coleman, Private Joe (series character; WW2 Army, Far East) seeJoe Coleman's Guerrillas.
  • Coles, Lieutenant Winston 'Assegai' (series character; present day US Naval pilot) see Best of Enemies.
  • Collins, "Bucky" (series character; sport; boxing) see School For Bashers.
  • Colonel's Batman, The (WW2 Army; complete story; Feb. 1945; Private Perkins kills Colonel Martin for his coin collection. Done so to save his Colonel being dishonoured; artist not known) 1040.
    
    
    
  • Colours of the 193rd (series characters; Crimean War; loss of the Regimental colours and the story of retrieving them; featuring Ensign Jack Ranken; Phillip Forbes; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Colt .45 (series of anthology stories about a Colt .45. Each issue is a stand alone complete story; artist not known).
    
               
    
  • Comber, Trooper (series character) see Man in the Brazen Mask, The
  • Combined Attack (WW2 RN/Army; true story; 10th June 1943; Pantelleria island, Mediterranean Sea; front and back covers col.; artist unknown; no lead character or medals mentioned) 228.
  • Come Away The United (series; sport; football) see Football is a Funny Game.
  • Comet is Coming!, The (factual; Halley's Comet as seen throughout history; artist not known) 1284.
  • Coming of the Jeep, The (factual; WW2 Army; history of first jeeps to be used by the British Army in the Western Desert, June 1942; artist not known; front / back cover story) 494.
    
    
    
  • Competitions in the Victor,
    
    
    
  • Complete## one issue stories see
    
    
    
  • Condor (series character; WW2 RAF; secret service; codename for character) seeStuka Spy, The.
  • Conrad, Bart Marshall (series character; western) see Deputy of Colorado Springs, The.
  • Convict With the Magic Feet, The (complete story; artist not known) 1970.
  • Convoy Must Get Through, The (factual; WW2 Army; 12th Aug. 1940; 2nd Battalion, Black Watch, taking supplies through to Tug Argon, British Somaliland; front / back cover story; artist Coleman) 444.
    
    
    
  • Convoy SC42 consisting of 64 merchant ships and escort of three corvettes sailing from Cape Breton Island, Canada, 31st Aug. 1941; factual; corvettes Chambly and Moosejaw sunkby U-boat U501; front/back cover story; artist Alonso) 589; RP 1172 (artist Alonso).
    
    
    
  • Convoy to Malta (factual; story of a convoy to Malta, 1942 which included the tanker Ohio; artist Bevan) 415.
  • Conway, Jack (series character; sport; cricket; text; Australian themed story) see Trail-Blazers for the Tests; RP as a picture story under the title - Aussies Are Here!, The .
    
    
    
  • Cook Burns It, The (True story; WW2 RN) 1983.
  • Cool as an Englishman! (factual; WW1 Cavalry; Aug. 1914; a squadron of the 4th Dragoon Guards attacking advancing German troops; Major Tom Bridges; front/back cover story; no medals won; artist Bagnall) 274.
    
    
    
  • Coonskin Grenadier (series character; WW2 Army; humour; featuring Zeb Flood, American Hilly Billy; Sergeant-Major Minchin; Omar; artist Bleach).
    
    
    
  • Cop Must Be Stopped!, The (complete story; text; police; cadet Rex Castle; artist not known) 368.
  • Cornet Carmichael (series character; 18th Century India; Army; Cornet Colin Carmichael; artist Farrugia).
    
    
    
  • Cottrell of the Rangers (series characters; U.S. Park Ranger; featuring Park Rangers Les Cottrell & Vance Two-Feathers; writer J.T. Edson; artist Arnau?).
    
    
    
  • Countdown to Oblivion (series; adventure; NATO force vs. Black Brigade terrorists; artist Kearon?; featuring Captain Dan Gordon, S.A.S.;
    
    
    
  • Counter, Deputy Sheriff Mike (modern day western; text) see Sheriff of Rockabye County.
  • Country Cuzzins, The (series characters; Humour; artist Hugh Morren.)
    
    
    
  • Courage of the Kelly, The (WW2 RN; factual; story of HMS Kelly, destroyer captained by Lord Louis Mountbatten; front/back cover story; artist Philpotts) 18.
  • Courtright, Jiim (factual; title - They Lived by the Gun; western; story of the gun-fighter; artist not known) 517.
    
    
  • Coward of The Fighting 43rd, The see Cadman, The Fighting Coward (WW1).
  • Cowboy on the Western Front (series characters; WW1 RFC; featuring Pilot Bertie Barsloe-Beane; "Yank" Dalton; artist Garcia?).
    
    
  • Cox, Private "Dumpy" Dan (WW2 Army; humour) see Dumpy Dan: The Saucepan Man.
  • Crackshot, The (WW2 Army; sniper; artist unknown; good story, private Gowan) S1979, col..
  • Crafty Hands of Sandy Hicks, The (WW2 POW; complete story; text; delicate hands of a master craftsman mean the difference between freedom and imprisionment for a bunch of British POW's; artist not known) 325.
    
    
    
  • Crane, Craig (series character; text; police; crime scientist; also featuring Blackie, his crow; artist not known).
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  • Cranley, Albert (series character; sport; several sports featured; humorous) see Gentle Giant, The.
  • Crawford, Crafty Private (WW2, photographer unit; humour) see Sullivan's Snapshooters.
  • Crag Force (series character; police; artist not known; featuring Crag).
    
    
    
  • Cragg, Sergeant (series character) see Hot-Air Hussars, The
  • Cragg, Lieutenant Joe (WW1 RN; series character) see Cragg of the Wavy Navy.
  • Cragg of the Wavy Navy (WW1 RN; series; artist Coleman; featuring Lieutenant Joe Cragg; Sub-Lieutenant Claude Durrington; Chief Petty Officer Johnny Borden).
    
    
    
  • Craig, Sergeant Tim (WW2 Army, Norway; series character) see Grey Ghosts, The.
  • Crandall-Smythe, Lord Harry (series character) see Toughest Toff in Town
  • Crazy Word, It’s A (Humorous true stories) 1978, 1980
  • Creeper, The (WW2 Royal Marines) 1986.
  • Crete invaded by German Paratroopers, May 1941; factual; Germans machine-gunned civilians, near village of Retino, Priest dropped bees down chimney of house used by Germans, then shot those coming out; artist Sanchis) 1084.
     
    
    
  • Crib Carson - fighter (series character; sport; boxing; featuring Crib Carson; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Cricket Capers. (Humorous true cricketing stories) S1975.
  • Cricket For Charlesworth, No see Gillard, Johnny (series character Aussie; sport; cricket).
  • Cricket?, Is It (Note - two fictional picture stories had the same title, but with different characters).
    
    
    
  • Cricket?, Is It (note - not to be confused with another cricketing series with the same title, but different characters).
    
                
  • (sport; cricket; humour; artist Dorey?; featuring Sid Crocker; Colonel Clutterbuck and others).
  • S1974;
  • 1976 (Ceylon, present day Sri Lanka. Story takes place after Aussie tour, issues 662-675).
  • 592 - 603 (first series; playing in the Village Cricket Champions of All-England) RP 958 - ?
  • 662 - 675; (second series titled Howzatt??; The team tour Australia) RP 993 - 1006.
    
    
    
  • Crimebuster, Can You Solve This Crime Before the? (adventure; series characters; Private Invesigator; featuring Rick Chance; Walter Jones, office assistant).
    
    
    
  • Crimson Eye of Khiva, The (complete story; artist not known) 1970.
  • Crimson Otter, The (series characters; North-West Canada; adventure; featuring Alec McKenzie; Big Finn; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Croft, Jonathan Captain (WW2 Army, North Africa; series) see Desert Dudes, The.
  • Cross Draw McGraw (series character; western; featuring Cross Draw McGraw, trouble shooter for the Chief Marshall of Abilene; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Cross, Joe (series character; sport; tennis) see Doubles Act, The.
  • Cross, John "Boy" (series character; sport; motorcycle speedway) see Boy Cross.
  • Crossing at Diyala, The (factual; WW1 Army; Mesopotamia, March 1917; true front/back cover story; artist Bagnall) 369.
  • Crosswords
    
    
    
  • Crozier, Cade (series character; War of the Roses, 15th Century) see Master Gunner, The.
  • Cruise of the Krait, The (WW2 Far East; factual)
    
    
    
  • Cruiser Attack (factual; WW2 RN; H.M.S. Sussex; front and back covers col.; artist Coleman?; no lead character or medals mentioned) 203.
  • Crusoe, Carew Robin (sport; general; series character) see Crusoe Came to Cambridge.
  • Crusoe Came To Cambridge (sport; general; series character; featuring Robin Crusoe Carew; Man Friday; artist Vandeput).
    
    
    
  • Culver, Captain Ted (WW2 Merchant Navy; stories about the trawler Sally Lunn and her crew) see Tod Culver's Crazy Crew.
  • Cunedda (series characters; Roman-occupied Britain) see see Two Against the Legions.
  • Cunning of Abe Corder (complete story; text; Canadian themed story; artist Ted Rawlings) 1970.
  • Curt, John (series; western) see Purple Feather, The.
  • Cuthroc (series character; Roman-occupied Britain) see see Two Against the Legions.
  • Cycle Race (game) S1979, col.
    
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  • D-Day (inside back cover) 1978.
  • Daboola (series character; Burmese boy) see Task Force With Tusks).
  • Dale, Johnny (series character; humour) see Add Only Water!
  • Dalglish, Kenny Writes for You (factual; the Liverpool striker writing a weekly article about football; note series started in Scoop originally?).
    
       
    
  • Dalton, ‘Yank’ (series character; WW1 RFC) see Cowboy on the Western Front.
  • Dambusters, The (factual; WW2 RAF; inside cover) 1982.
  • Damory, Doctor scientist (series; sci-fi) see Bugaboo, Coming of The.
  • Dan Hollick - Dog Handler (series character; featuring Dan Hollick; text; one picture story) see Hollick, Sergeant Dan.
  • Dandies in their Day (factual; locomotives) 1965.
  • Danger Spies at Work (factual) 1964.
  • Danger Unlimited (series characters; private investigators; tackle any work, anywhere in the world; featuring Adam Stirling; Bud Farson; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Dangerfield: On the King's Service (series characters; 17th century; serving King Charles II; featuring Tom Dangerfield; Master Bertlemy Maul; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Dangerfield, Tom (series character; 17th century) see Dangerfield: On the King's Service.
  • Dangerous Dude, The (text story; western) 1966.
  • Danny Dixon's Crazy Railway (humour; present day; featuring Danny Dixon; Arab Emir; Noble Prince Hassan, Emir's son).
    
    
    
  • Danny's Detector (series character; schoolboy adventure; featuring Danny Clegg; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Danoza, Mel (series character; sport; bare-fist fighting) see Lord Nemo's Champion.
  • Danskin, Boss (series character; blind villian) see Gaunt Hounds Are Out, The.
  • Danskin, John (series character; grandson to Boss Danskin) see Gaunt Hounds Are Out, The.
  • Danvers, Ron (series character; sport; football) see Up For the Cup!
  • Daredevil Doran's Last Flight (complete story; WW2 RAF; story about a daredevil flyer, who has to make a decision; artist Alonso) 565.
  • Dark Domain, The (series characters; 13th Century, Africa; featuring Sir Guy Burt; Hugo, his squire; John Hobbe, leader of archers; Prester John, guide; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Dark, Talbot (series character; sport; boxing; text) see Son of the Lost Champion.
  • Dartmoor Run, The (complete story; advertising a new car in early 1900's by putting it through its paces and tangling with escaped convicts; artist Vandeput) 571.
  • Database (one page devoted to computer games) started 1222 or 1223? - ? (1222 missing at BL).
  • Date With Death, A (adventure; complete story; ghosts) 1985.
  • Date With Death, A (complete story; early 1914, Edwin Hammond preventing the death of a Arch-Duke of a Balkan country; artist Leo Rawlings) 567.
  • Davock of Grey Woods (series character; adventure; text; featuring Davlock, a young gipsy lad; artist Sturrock).
    
    
    
  • Davey, Greg (series; sport; go-kart racing) see Racing Driver.
  • Davey, Peter (series character; text; battling a giant swordfish) see Year of the Big Fish, The.
  • Dawson, Sergeant Jim (series character) see Task Force With Tusks (WW2 Army; Far East).
  • Dawsons of Dumbulla (series character; Africa - early days of safari's; writer J.T. Edson; artist not known; note original title Fungua Safari, Swahili for start the journey).
    
    
    
  • Day The French Bombed Paris, The (WW2 Free French Air Force; factual; Lorraine Squadron; bombing raid on Paris 03rd October, 1943; Flying Officer Lamy's plane was shot down, he ditched it in the River Seine, rather than on the city; front/back cover story; artist not known) 59.
    
    
    
  • Day of the Giant, The (series characters; australian themed story; giant toads; featuring Ben Gardner; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Day the RAF Came to Lunch (WW2 RAF; 24th Oct. 1944; air raid by Group Captain D.T. Gillam on a German Headquarters in Holland; artist not known) 383.
  • Day of the Scorpion (series characters; present day adventure vs. terrorists; featuring Johnny Blake, Garret Wylder, Lars Gunnar, Nandi; artist Garcia?).
    
    
    
  • Days Gone By, In (Making of Roman roads, Edwardian coins, medieval barber’s shop, tennis, dancing in tudor times & fire-fighting Stuart times) 1973.
  • Days of the Dinosaurs (series; present day adventure; featuring Donald Muir; artist Coleman?).
    
    
    
  • Dayton, Sam and Eddy (brothers; action cameramen for a U.S. television company) see Thrill Seekers, The.
  • Dead Man’s Treasure see Sands, Shiwa.
  • Dead On Danny: He Bagged a Dakota! (complete story; text; WW2 RAF Regt.; Far East; artist not known) 451.
  • Deadly Dangerous Dodds (series character?)
    
    
    
  • Dean, Bill (series character; treasure hunting) see Maldon's Millions.
  • Dean’s Last Dive (WW2 RAF) 1980.
  • Death of a King (Complete story; August 1100 AD; adventure; artist Bleach) 1988.
  • Decker, Mike (series character; sport; football) see Mike's Misfits.
  • Deemster, Sergeant (series character; WW2 RAF; Catalina's lone war against the Japanese) see Fighting Cat, The.
  • Devil Masks (British and Commonwealth troops defending the Admin Box area, in Arakan, N. Burma against Japanese attack; 03rd Feburary, 1944; artist not known) RP? 1215.
  • Death of a Raider (factual; story of the American Civil War Confederate raider Alabama; artist not known) 1103.
  • Death of a Raider (WW2 RN; artist unknown; sinking of the German raider - Atlantis) S1975, col..
  • Death Takes a Holiday! (factual; fourteen of the most amazing air escapes of all time!; artist Bevan) 482.
  • Death Trap, The (factual; WW2 Army; North-West Frontier of India, 1942; Lieut. Hume rescuing injured soldier after convey was ambushed; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist Coleman) 484.
    
    
    
  • Death-Wish Duggan (series characters; WW2 RN; featuring Sub-Lieutenant Andy Duggan; artist Vicente Ibáñez Sanchis).
    
    
    
  • Debt of Honour ? (adventure) 1978
  • Decoy Attack (factual; WW2 RN; 30th Dec. 1944; motor launches attacked Japanese positions on Ramree Island, off Burma; artist Coleman) 169.
  • Decoy Dinghy, The (factual; WW2 Australian RAF; 31st March, 1945; Beaufighter shot down whilst attacking Japanese positions on Pacific island of Ambon; rescued by a plane from No. 13 Air-Sea Rescue Flight; front / back cover story; artist Shone) 431.
    
    
    
  • Delacourt, Rufus (series character; English Civil War; mid 17th century) see Silver Greyhound, The.
  • Delamere, Lord (series character; Kenya) see Lord of the White Highlands.
  • Delaney Always Delivers (WW1 Despatch Rider; series character; 27th Hussars, Middle East; featuring Jack Delaney; artist not known; note - character appeared in other D.C. Thomson comics; these new stories or reprints?).
    
    
    
  • Delaney, Disaster (WW2 Army) 1980 see Disaster Delaney.
  • Delaney, Jack (WW1 Despatch Rider; series character) see Delaney Always Delivers.
  • Demon Bowler of Toowoomba (complete story; sport; cricket; featuring Sam Wildfire; artist Vandeput; col.) S1971.
  • Demon Plum Duff, The (Christmas Eskimo and trading centre based story; complete story; text; Canadian themed adventure; artist not known) 305.
  • Dennison, Sniper (WW2 series character) see Sniper Dennison.
  • Deputy of Colorado Springs, The (series; western; artist Kearon?; featuring Marshall Bart Conrad; Gus Buxton).
    
    
    
  • Desert Dudes, The (WW2 Army; series characters; two British soldiers instructing new stubbon, we-know-it-all American soldiers how to fight in the desert of N. Africa; featuring Jonathan Captain Croft, Sergeant Sam Goff, Lieutenant Wayne Ritter U.S. infantry; artist Garcia?).
    
    
    
  • Desert Escape! (factual; WW2 Army; "A" Battery, 11th Royal Horse Artillery; Jan. 1942; Major J.R.E.Benson & Lieut. Quentin Drage escaping across desert back to British lines; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist not known) 467.
    
    
    
  • Desert Patrol (WW2 Long Range Desert Group; complete story; 1943 N. Africa; featuring Tom Slave; artist not known) 1991.
  • Desert Phantoms, The (WW2 SAS; factual; daring raid on German airfield at Sidi Haneish, August 1942; artist not known) 117.
  • Desert Revolt (WW2 RAF Middle East ) 1972
  • Despatch# Riders, Stories Of see
    
    
    
    
  • Destroyer From Under the Sea, The (factual; WW2 RN; a patrol by HMS Turbulent; Commander J.W. Linton V.C.; artist Bevin; note see also Linton in Military Medals) 420.
    
    
    
  • Destroying of Japanese ships in Japanese held Singapore using two man canoes; 02nd Sept. 1943; factual; part of the Action Stations! series; no medals awarded; artist not known) 1465.
  • Destruction of the U-27 (factual; WW1 RN; German U-boat attacked and sunk by the Q ship HMS Baralong near southern Ireland; front / back cover story; artist Sanchis) 537.
  • Dexter, Private Rod (series character; WW2 Army) see Dexter, You're Dead!
  • Dexter, You're Dead! (series character; WW2 Army; Dexter loses memory; falsely accused of cowardice by officer who wants him dead; featuring Private Rod Dexter; Private Bill Brent; Captain Wildeblood; artist Garcia?).
    
    
    
  • Diamond Divers, The (series characters; Borneo under-water adventure 1947; featuring Chris Cochran; Kuan; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Dicing With Death! (complete story; three oil-rig workers surviving a plane crash in a Saudi Arabian desert; artist Alonso) 1987.
  • Dickon (series character; War of the Roses, 15th Century) see Master Gunner, The.
  • Died at Their Guns, They (factual; front/back cover story of 155th Battery of the Royal Artillery fighting the Germans at Sidi Nsir, Tunisia, Feb. 25, 1943; artist Kearon?) 3.
  • Digger (series character; WW2 RAF; Far East, flying an unarmed plane around islands, hitting the Japs) see Kangeroo Kite.
  • "Dingley" (series character; sport; football; humorous) see Potterton Pansies, The.
  • Dirken, Private Eddie (series characters; WW2 Army; Far East) see Walk, Fight - or Die!
  • Dirty Dozen, The (series characters; police; sport; featuring Constable Tim Bradshaw; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Disaster Delaney (WW2 Army) 1980.
  • Dixon of Disaster Squad (series character; text; adventure; works for the Department of Disasters; featuring Dick Dixon; Ben Thomson; Jim Dawson, helicopter pilot; Bill Green, the squad's representative in Dorset; artist not known; note - stories alternated each week with Jungle Joe stories).
    
    
    
  • Dog's Life, It's A (factual; artist unknown) S1968, col.
  • Dog's Life, It's A (series; complete stories about working dogs through the ages every week; writer J.T. Edson; artist not known).
    
    
    
    
  • Doggoned, I’ll be (humour; photographs) 1979.
  • Dogs of Dan Hollick (series character featuring Dan Hollick; text) see Hollick, Sergeant Dan.
  • Dogs of Kwang, The (series character featuring Dan Hollick; text) see Hollick, Sergeant Dan.
  • Dogs of War (series character; WW1 Army; getting a package back to British lines with the help of two dogs; dogs used to pull a Berthier light gun; featuring Marine Jack Gates; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Dolan, "Fatty" (series character; sport; boxing) see School For Bashers.
  • Dologorodoc! (WW2 Army, Eritrea; 15th, March 1941; factual; 2nd West Yorkshire Regt; front/back cover story; artist Diaz) 265.
  • Dooley, 'Oily' (series; sport; go-kart racing see Racing Driver).
  • Doolin, Bill (factual; western; story of Bill Doolin, outlaw; part of the They Lived by the Gun series; artist not known) 444.
  • Doone, Joe (series; sport; cricket) see Cricket?, Is It.
  • Dot-Dash Diehards, The (WW2 RAF; complete story; text; reconnaissance mission to find out how advanced the German invasion of Britain has progressed in a French harbour; artist not known) 320.
    
    
    
  • Dot-Dash Gunfighter, The (series character; western; featuring Heck McBride; Tapper; artist Sutherland).
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  • Double Trouble (complete story; sport; tennis; Joe Blair & Roy Lawler; artist not known) 1990.
  • Doubles Act, The (series characters; sport; tennis; featuring Clive Winsor (Public school boy) and Joe Cross (Aussie); artist Harding).
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  • Douglas, "Hatch" Craig (series character; sci-fi) see Tulips of Terror, The.
  • Down in the Drink (factual; WW2 RAF Air Sea Rescue; 04th June 1943; picking up a downed bomber crew off coast of Holland and fighting off five German E-Boats; artist not known) 242.
  • Downs, Jem (series character; early 19th century Australian Bushranger adventure) see Wild Colonial Boy.
  • Doyle, Midshipman Bill (appears in the ‘Killer’ Kennedy stories) see Kennedy, ‘Killer’ (series character).
  • Dragon Flag, The (adventure; Victorian; South China Seas; artist Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Dragonfly's Last Sting, The (complete story; text; WW2 RN; british yacht used as a battering ram on a German warship; artist not known) 474.
  • Dragon's Breath, The (series characters; WW2 Army; featuring Private Ted Carter; flame thrower; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Drainpipe Destroyer, The 1966 & 1975 (WW2; artists not known; text; writer J.T. Edson?) Same story? RP.
  • Drake, Ben (series character; Australian adventure) see Terrors Dive At Night, The.
  • Drake, Colonel (WW2 testing new weapons; series character see Secrets of Section Six.
  • Drake, Lieutenant Peter (WW2 RN; series character; midget submarine) see Sink the Kruger!
  • Drake, Pete (series character; treasure hunting in the East Indies, present day) see Seekers of the Sultan's Treasure.
  • Drake, Tom (series character ? ; Naval Intelligence) 1972.
  • Drew, Inspector (series character; sport; football; Westwood Utd) see Who Stole the First Team?
  • Drew, Jason (sheparding a small flock of sheep from England to Australia, early 19th Century) see Long Drive, The.
  • Drew, Johnny (series; school boy adventures) see Tests and Trials of Johnny Drew, The.
  • Driscoll, Skipper Private (series character) see Barge That Went to War, The (series character; WW1) 1971.
  • Drop into Danger (complete story; text; Canadian themed story; Junior Forest Ranger saving peoples lives during a forest fire; artist not known) 466.
  • Drive into Danger (complete story; newspaper reporter Jeff Rayner escapes terrorists in the Middle East; artist not known) 1545.
  • Drop Into Danger (adventure; hand-gliding) S1982.
  • Drop Into Danger (WW2 Paratroopers; text story) 1976.
  • Droppo (series characters; sport; football) see Football Clowns of Carsdale Town, The.
  • Drummer Boys, The (complete story; small number of French troops delaying vast numbers of Russian troops near the Berezina river, 1812; artist Ted Rawlings) 1988.
  • Drummond, Bill (S. American western) see Rebel of the Iron Road.
  • Drummond, Major Peter (factual; WW1 RFC; 27th Mar. 1918; suffered engine problems whilst over Turkish held ground, over Jordan plain, landed fixed the problem, took off in a rush and flew through a Turkish washing line. Landed back at base with a pair of trousers (with bullet holes in them) caught on the plane) 1356.
  • Dudley, Tom (series character; orphan; early 18th Century, crooked travelling showman) see Slaves of the Evil Eyes.
  • Duel in the Deep (WW2 RN; text story) 1966.
  • Duel Over London (WW1 R.F.C.; factual; shooting down of a Zeppelin ace Kapitanleutnant Heinrich Mathy, 1st october, 1916; by Lieu. W. J. Tempest; artist unknown) 300.
  • Duggan, Andy (series character; WW2 RN) see Death-Wish Duggan.
  • Duggan, Black (series character; Scotland 18th Century) see Follow the Deadly Dirks.
  • Duggan, Jack (series character; early 19th century Australian Bushranger adventure) see Wild Colonial Boy.
  • Duke Farlow : Big Game Fisher (featuring Duke Farlow; Archimedes Q. Rollingstone; Stormy Waters; the Betty Lou ship; writer J.T. Edson; artist Marti).
    
    
    
  • Duke of Edinburgh's Award, story about see Tests and Trials of Johnny Drew, The.
  • Dumpy Dan: The Saucepan Man (WW2 Army; series character; humour; featuring Private "Dumpy" Dan Cox of the Special Service Detachment, chosen because of his cooking skills; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Dunkirk evacuation (factual ; inside cover) 1978.
  • Dunn, Mike (series character; sport; boxing) see Boxer Noboby Knows, The.
  • Durant, Nat (series character; adventure) see Purple Trumpet, The.
  • Durrington, Sub-Lieutenant Claude (WW1 RN; series character) see Cragg of the Wavy Navy.
  • Dusty Fog (series character; western) see
    
    
    
  • Dylan's Desperate Mission (series characters; secret service; featuring Bram Dylan; Lee; Zakes; artist not known).
    
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  • Eagles Awake!, The (series characters; Inca warriors return to life in 20th century to hunt down the desecraters of their sacred temple; featuring Shappo; Moq; Tindor; artist Kearon).
    
     
    
    
  • Earl of Boote see Gus, Gorgeous.
  • Earp, Wyatt (factual; story of America's greatest lawman; western; part of the They Lived by the Gun series; artist not known) 459.
  • Easter With the Blues (WW1, Army, Royal Horse Guards, nicknamed "The Blues"; Easter 1917, attacking and holding Monchy-le-Preux in Northern France; artist not known; front/back cover story) 112.
  • Edson, J.T. (text and picture writer) see Writers.
  • Egbert - The Private Eye (series character; text; humorous; featuring Egbert Jones; Sherlock, the bloodhound; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Egg-Beater, The (series character; present day adventure, helicopter pilot; artist not known; featuring Ace Brandon).
    
    
    
  • Eight Days in the Jungle (WW2 RAAF; 20th March, 1944; 100 Squadron; Beaufighter shot down over coast of New Guinea; Flying Officer Graetz survived, made notes about Japanese troops before escaping; artist not known) 436.
    
    
    
  • Elephant Never Forgets, An (WW2 Army; Far East) see Task Force With Tusks (series).
  • Eliot, Richard (series character; 17th century adventure, Vienna; fighting Turkish Tartar armies) see Saving of the Citadel, The.
  • Ellis, John (series character; story set during the reign of Edward VI) see Hounds of the Cheviot Mists.
  • Emden, The End of the (factual; WW1 RN; Aug/Sept. 1914; sinking of the German raider the Emden by H.M.S. Sydney a cruiser, near the Cocos Island; artist Bagnall?) 143.
  • Emergency Squad (series characters; police; featuring Constables Tom Kent and Stan Spurr of the Midhampton Police force; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Emmy, a tame Emu (series character; Aussie; adventure; humour) see Feuding Finnegan.
  • End of the E15, The (WW2 RN; factual; 07th April, 1915; Submarine E15 runs aground and is destroyed by the launch Majestic; artist not known) 120.
  • End of a Raider, The (factual; WW2 RN; April 1940, end of a German raider Atlantis, sunk by HMS Devonshire in the North Atlantic; artist style similar to cook) 98.
  • End of Raider, The (WW2 RN; factual; 1939, the destruction of the German Battleship Graf Spee in the South Atlantic by HMS Ajax, Exeter and Achilles; front/back cover story; artist not known) 47.
    
    
    
  • Engels, Private Rudi (series character; WW2 German Army; story about two private soldiers trying to escape the war with war loot) see Golden Chariot.
    
    
     
  • England, Sergeant Johnny (series character; WW2 Army; East Loamshire Regt.; a platoon trying to get a list of German agents in Britain back to Blighty) see Blightly or Bust!
  • Entwhistle, Lance Corporal Tubby (series; WW2 Army; humour) see Tubby's Two Ton Terror.
  • Ernie and the Earl (series character; sport; football; featuring ; artist not known [still to add the characters to characters section).
    
    
    
  • Ernie's Island (series character; WW2 Army; Far Eastern themed story; featuring Sergeant Ernie Barker; Chip Kelly; artist Bagnall).
    
    
     
  • Escape Against The Odds! (factual; WW2 Army; 28th May, 1940; 5th Battalion of the Gloucestershire Regt.; retreating to Dunkirk, fighting pass circling German forces; front / back cover story; no medals awarded; artist Philpotts) 556.
    
    
    
  • Escape From Crete (WW2 Army; factual; May 1941; artist not known; front/back cover story; no medals mentioned) 30.
  • Escape From Crete (factual; WW2 POW's escaping; July, 1941; Privates B.B. Carter and D.N. McQuarrie, New Zealanders escape German POW camp; artist Alonso) 394.
    
    
    
  • Escape From El Santos (adventure) 1984.
  • Escape From Massawa (complete story; WW2 RAF; featuring Alan Ewart; complete their mission even though their plane is shot down; artist not known) 572.
  • Escape From Rhodes (factual; WW2 Army; Special Boat Service; Sept. 1942; destroying bombs at Calato; Lieut. Sutherland & Marine Duggan; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist Sanchis?) 451.
    
    
    
  • Escape From The Saracens (complete story; story of the escape of a captured soldier during the Geat Crusade; artist Ted Rawlings) 651.
  • Escape From Stalag Luft III, The (WW2 POW's; the greatest escape from a German POW camp; artist Philpotts; front/back cover story) 66.
  • Escape from the Red Assassin (Queen’s Messenger, Peter Hazard, adventure; complete story; artist Alonso; also a series?) 1975.
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  • Escape In The Air (factual; WW2 RAF; escape by captured S. African aircrew (Lieutenant Strever), aircrew from an Italian cant Seaplane, they hi-jacked the plane and flew it to Malta; late July, 1942; artist Farrugia) 101.
  • Escape or Die! (series of stand alone stories about men escaping from prison or death; text).
    
    
    
  • Escape of the Amethyst (factual; artist Bevan) 495.
  • Escape to Danger (complete story; WW2 POW; text; featuring Sergeant Harry Maxwell; artist not known) 1970.
  • Escapers, The (WW2 British Forces; complete stories of POW's escapes from German prisons; narrated by Squadron-leader Tom Peters; artist Shone).
     
    
    
  • Eskimos (factual information about their life; artist Bevan) 619. RP 940.
  • Evacution of Crete (WW2 Army; factual; 27th May, 1941; troops escaping by landing craft and being adrift at sea for eight days, landing at Sidi Barani, Africa; artist not known 1124.
    
    
    
  • Evans, Jimmy (series character; sport; several sports featured; humorous) see Gentle Giant, The.
  • Evans, Sergeant (series character; WW2 Army; Far East themed story) see Thirteen Badges for General Yokuba.
  • Evans, Sergeant Blake (series character; WW2 Special Boat Service) see Ragnar's Revenge.
  • Evans, Will - also known as Will O' the Whistle (series character; sci-fi) see Will O' the Whistle.
  • Ever Been Had? (quiz) S1972.
  • Evil Eye of the Little Yellow God, The (series characters; sport; football; secret service; featuring Jack Blake; artist Marti; Weston United Football Club; story set prior to start of World War Two).
    
    
    
  • Expedition Ozolo (adventure; series characters; travelling down River Ozolo, S. America staying one foot in front of a curse; featuring Captain Bob Best; Tom Wilson; Alan Brett; artist Alonso?).
    
    
    
  • Exploits of the Subs (factual; stories about submarines during war and peace; artist Bevan) 548.
  • Eye in the Sky, The (WW2 RAF photographic unit; complete story) 1986.
  • Eye of Kublai Khan, The (series characters; late 13th century; searching for a priceless gem; featuring Ralph, the kitchen hand; Wat; artist Kearon).
    
    
    
  • Eyes of Iya, The (Complete story; Evil god of Greed Iya and what happens to three people who come into contact with it; artist not known) 1989.
    
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  • Factory of Flying Death, The (WW2 Commandos; factual; 06th April 1945; crossing the River Weser; artist Sutherland; front/back cover story).
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  • Fairway Humour (humour) S1979.
  • Faith, Hope and Charity (WW2 RAF; factual; front/back cover story; 3 Gloster Gladiators nicknamed Faith, Hope and Charity, defending Malta during May- July 1940; artist Coleman?) 111.
  • Falk, Richard (series; adventure) see Volts of Vengeance.
  • Family Honour, The (adventure; present day ghost story; complete story; artist Alonso) 1993.
  • Fane, Air Commander Roy (series; sci-fi) see Return From Mars.
  • Fangs of Fear (series character; adventure; sci-fi; featuring a giant Shrew; artist Harding).
    
    
    
  • Fanthom (series character; a black mysterious horse) see Black Charger, The.
  • Far East## themed stories see
    
    
    
  • Faraday's Phantoms (series characters; WW2 Army; Far East, Burma; featuring Sergeant Bill Faraday; artist Diaz?).
    
    
    
  • Faraday, Sergeant Bill (series character; WW2 Army) see Faraday's Phantoms.
  • Farlow, Duke : Big Game Fisher (series character; sport; big game fishing) see Duke Farlow: Big Game Fisher.
  • Farrell, Lin (series character; text; Australian themed story; overland telegraph) see Kid of the Clattering Keys, The.
  • Farson, Bud (series characters; private investigators) see Danger Unlimited.
  • Fastest Gun in the West (western; artist Kearon) 1976.
  • Fear From Farthest Space, The (series characters; sci-fi; Canadian themed story; featuring Sam Gould; Paul Latrobe; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Feats of Famous Spies (factual) 1964.
  • Feats of the Muscle Men (factual; sport; artist Ted Rawlings) S1971.
  • Fellows, Sergeant Jack (North-West Frontier of India, 19th Century) see Gun on Four Legs, The.
  • Felton, Lieutenant (semi-series character) see Bombs with the Purple Stripe, The.
  • Felton, Professor (series; adventure) see Rule of the Gun.
  • Felton, Sir Harry (series character; complete stories; English Civil War).
    
    
    
    
  • Fenbaum, Maxie (Sci-fi; A top New York Racketeer) see Bubble, The.
  • Ferrier, Andrew (series character) see Swordmaker, The (series character).
  • Feud in the Team, A (sport; mountain climbing, artist Shone) 1968.
  • Feud With The Black Diamond (text story; adventure; trucking; writer Fitzsimons) 1969.
  • Feuding Finnegan (series character Aussie; adventure; humour; featuring Mike Finnegan and Emmy, his tame Emu; artist Bagnall).
    
    
    
  • Fiery Man at Number 6 (series characters; sport; football; Langdale Rovers; featuring Joe Greer; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Figaro!# (series character; humour; western; artist Tom Bannister; (note - the series was also published in The Topper another D.C. Thomson comic. The character was also drawn by Keith Reynolds and Barry Appleby for the Topper comic. Note - there was usually four episodes in each annual).
    
    
    
  • Fight at Karlsen Fiord, The (WW2 RN; complete story; motor torpedo boat action; artist Philpotts) 438.
  • Fight for the Flag! (convicts; pirates; 19th Century; artist Alonso?) 1979.
  • Fight of Forgotten Punches (boxing; text story.) 1972.
  • Fight to the Last (factual; WW2 Army; Aug. 1944; Normandy, France; "B" Company, 7th Somerset Light Infantry; attacking Mount Gaultier; Major Harvey; no medal awarded; front / back cover story; artist not known) 424.
    
    
    
  • Fighting Breed, The (factual; army; guess the regiment; artists Ted Rawlings; ).
    
    
    
  • Fighting Cat, The (series characters; WW2 RAF; Catalina's lone war against the Japanese; featuring Sergeant Pilot Kane; Sergeant Deemster; Corporal Brown; Sergeant Piper; Atuk, Gurkha; artist Shone).
    
    
    
  • Fighting Camel, The (complete story; WW1 Army; Lieutenant Jack Brodie escapes out of desert on a camel; artist not known) 1545.
  • Fighting Fire-Engine, The (complete story; WW2 Army; Loamshire Regt., Germany, 1945; using a fire engine to fight Germans in a village; artist Alonso) 566.
  • Fighting Gurkhas, The (factual; WW1 Army; Sept. 1914, 8th Gurkhas; France; artist not known) 373.
  • Fighting Ladies, The (WW1 Army; factual; Feb. 1918; Flanders; Canadian Army; retrieving a stolen gun from Germans dressed in nightdresses! artist unknown) 319.
  • Fighting Marine, The (series character; WW1 Army; featuring Marine Hal Hayes; acting as bodyguard to General Kitchener; artist Coleman).
    
    
    
  • Fighting Tom Cochrane (series characters; Napoleonic British Navy; featuring Lord Thomas Cochrane; Midshipman Chitty; Lieutenant Jack Larmer; Boatswain Slack; artist Alcatena).
    
    
    
  • Fights of the Boston Strong Boy, The (series characters; sport; bare fist fighting; featuring John L. Sullivan, boxing heavyweight champion; fictional story based on the real-life boxer; artist Josep Marti).
    
    
    
  • Fights of the Strongbox Man, The (series characters; early 19th century; featuring Ben Bolam; Amos Squire; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Finch, Sam (series character; western; set in U.S.) see Stockwhip Sam.
  • Finders Keepers (adventure; complete story; discovery of stolen money; featuring Jimmy Patterson; artist Harding; 2 pages colour; 1 page b+w) 1595.
  • Fine Day For a Run! (featuring Neil Young; complete story?; artist not known) S1974.
  • Fine Flyers of Moor and Mountain (factual; birds of prey; artist unknown) S1968, col.
  • Finger on the Trigger, The (WW2 Army; sniper; complete story; artist Alonso) 487.
  • Finger on the Trigger, The (WW2 series; secret service - mission kill Hitler!; featuring George Preston; artist Vicente Ibáñez Sanchis).
    
    
    
  • Finnigan, Professor James (series character; text; sport; boxing; humorous) see Professor's a Pug, The.
  • Fink, Mike (series character; late 19th Century; Mississippi River, USA) see King of the Keelboats.
  • Finklater, Professor (series character, scientist) see Rogan of the Rocket Troop
  • Finn, Big (series character; North-West Canada; adventure) see Crimson Otter, The.
  • Finn, Mickey Gunner (North-West Frontier, India) see Galloping Gunners, The
  • Finnegan Flew the Black Phantom (complete story; text; WW2 RAF pilots flying Lysander aircraft into and out of occupied Europe; writer Edson) note issue number to be added.
  • Finnegan, Mike see Feuding Finnegan (series character Aussie).
  • Fire! (one page complete story; Gus Cronin spraying swamps to kill mosquitoes in Kenya by plane, rescues a colleague and his dog from a fire; artist not known) 1656.
  • Fire# Brigade stories see
  • Fire at Sea! (factual; Late 1857, troopship Sarah Sands catches fire after leaving Cape Town, South Africa; crew and troops fought the fire for 18 hours; no lives lost; artist not known) 552.
    
    
    
  • Fire Fighters, The (factual) 1974.
  • Fire Fighters Need Know-How! (complete story; text; youths clearing an area of trees to prevent a forest fire spreading; Canadian themed story; artist not known) 369.
  • Fire-Raisers of San Pedro (adventure; Civil War S. America; complete story; artist Vicente Ibáñez Sanchis; featuring Hank Skipper) S1969, col. (first page only).
  • Fire Torpedoes! (factual; WW2 RN; 13th March, 1941; British destroyers Sikh, Legion, Maori and the Dutch Isaac Sweers attacking a force of Italian cruisers off Cape Bon, N. Africa; front/back cover story; artist not known) 215.
  • First Across the Atlantic (factual; Captain John Alcock and Lieutenant Whitten Brown flew across the Atlantic Ocean, 1919; artist Bevan) 354.
  • First Detective in the West (text story; western) 1974.
  • First Escaper, The (WW2 R.A.F.; factual; Escape of Flight Lieutenant Harry Burton from a prisoner of war camp, Germany; Sept. 1940; front/back covers; artist Ted Rawlings) 279.
  • First Fighters, The (factual; WW1 fighter planes; artist unknown) S1968, col.
  • First Flight to Australia (factual; A journey into Danger article; journey made between Nov. - Dec. 1919 by the Smith brothers; artist Bevan) 924.
  • First Four-Minute Miler, The (factual; sport; athletics; Roger Bannister running the four minute mile; artist Bill Holroyd?) 399; RP 905.
  • First Kill For Biggin Hill (factual; WW2 RAF; 19th May 1918; Bristol Fighter from Biggin Hill shoots down a German bomber; front/back cover story; Lieutenants E. Turner & Barwise; not medals awarded; artist not known) 355.
    
    
    
  • First Pathfinders, The (factual; WW2 RAF; 5th April 1942; North Africa; front and back covers col.; artist unknown; no lead character or medals mentioned) 233.
  • First Prize, The (factual; WW1 RN; story about the German schooner Q-ship; artist Bevan) 460.
  • Fists of the Blackfellow, The (series characters; sport; boxing; Australian themed story; featuring Billy Mingorie; Sam Nelson; artist Peter Sutherland).
    
    
    
  • Fists With No Mercy, The (series character; sport; boxing; featuring Fister Wells; artist Kearon?).
    
    
    
  • Five Famous Rescue Feats : Wartime ships and men saved from the sea; (factual; artist Bevan) 368.
  • Fitzsimons#, Chris (writer) see Writers.
  • Flag of the Fearless (WW2 Submarine; complete story; featuring Lieutenant Commander Rex Langley) 1988.
  • Flagg, Sergeant Simon (WW2 Army SAS, SBS; series character) see Suddenly, the Raiders Were There!
  • Flame Trail to the Rhakotis (factual; WW2 RAAF; 1st January 1943; coast of Spain; front and back covers col.; artist Philpotts; no lead character or medals mentioned) 220.
  • Flaming Vulture, The (series character; adventure about transporting Cleopatra's Needle to London; featuring James Charter, engineer; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Flash Harry (artist Harding).
  • Flashing Fists, The (series character; police; sport; bare-fist fighting; mid-eighteenth century; also works for John Fielding in charge of the Bow Street Runners; featuring Gipsy Jem; Khan, his pet cheetah).
    
    
    
  • Flat Top, The First : story of the start of Naval flying; factual; artist Bevan?) 1024.
  • Fleming, Captain Peter (factual; WW2 SOE; Greece, April 1941; destroying Greek railway engines and trucks to avoid them falling into German hands; front/back cover story; no medals awarded; artist Sanchis) 1110.
    
    
    
  • Flew with Braddock, I (Shone) 1965.
  • Flew With His Knees, He (factual; WW2 RAF; Nov. 1943; 88 Squadron; Audinghen, France; Pilot Officer D.J.N. Gibson; no medals awarded; front/back cover story; artist not known) 388.
    
    
    
  • Flight into Danger (adventure; text story) 1972.
  • Flight into Danger (WW2 Far East; two British prisoners make an escape by plane; complete story; artist not known) 1544.
  • Flight into Danger (Prussian French War 19th Century) 1979.
  • Floating Coffin, The (WW2 RN; series characters; featuring Lieutenant Johnnie Barton; L.C.T. 16; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Floating Flarepath, The (WW2 RAF; complete story; same story told in text and pictures; artist not known).
     
    
    
    Floating Footballers, The (series characters; sport; football; humorous; featuring Captain Horatio Hornbeam; Captain "Lardy" Cakebread; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Flood, Zeb (series character; WW2 Army; humour) see Coonskin Grenadier.
  • "Fly Till You Drop!" (WW2 RAF; complete story; text; bomber flying onto its target, despite a mid-air collision; artist not known) 307.
  • Flyer Called Finlay, The (factual; sport; athletics; life story about Donald Finlay, Olympic winner and fighter pilot; artist Sturrock?) 398.
  • Flyer of Chundabad, The (adventure; India ; flying; artist Rawlings) 1969.
  • Flyer Finney (complete story; flying adventurer; artist not known) 1038.
  • Flying Colours (factual; WW1 Army; Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Heavy Regt.; only Regt. to fly their flag in the front-line during the war; front / back cover artist; artist Coleman) 391.
    
    
    
  • Flying Doctor, The (factual; Australian flying doctor organisation set up by Rev. John Flynn, 1928; artist Bill Holroyd?) 331.
  • Flying Fire Escape, The (complete story; text; rescuing a man from a forest fire by helicopter; artist not known) 472.
  • Flying Fire-Truck, The (series characters; text; fire-fighting in Canada; featuring Jim Macalpine, pilot; Larry Loring; artist not known).
    
            
    
  • Flying Freaks (factual; military planes; inside covers) 1973.
  • Flying Scot, The (factual; life of Eric Liddell; artist Sturrock) 403; RP 986.
  • Flying Suitcases Pack a Punch! (WW2 RAF; complete story; text; bombers attacking German shipping; artist not known) 305.
  • Flying Tigers, The (factual; volunteer American flying group in China, 1941; story of, including a joint attack with RAF on a Japanese bombers, 25th Dec. 1941; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist not known) 1078.
    
    
    
  • Flying Windmills. (factual, helicopters; artist unknown) S1969, col.
  • Fog, Dusty (series character; western) see Town Tamers, The and Building of the Albemarle (American Civil War) and Guns That Won the West issue 161.
  • Follow the Deadly Dirks (series characters; Scotland 18th century; text; featuring Jamie MacDonald; Black Duggan ; Rob Roy MacGregor; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Fooled by A Dog (WW2; Belgium Resistance) 1986.
  • Football Clowns of Carsdale Town, The (series characters; sport; football; featuring Sam Lloyd, manager; Stoppo; Boppo; Droppo; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Football Fun (humorous true stories) 1984.
  • Football Funnies (humorous true stories) 1978.
  • Football Funnies (cartoon strip consisting of three panels; artist not known) 1990.
  • Football Funfare (humorous true stories) 1980.
  • Football Photo Fun 1992.
  • Football is a funny game (series; sport; football; Kegford United Football Club; featuring Sam Barnham; Jimmy Daly; Sid Sope; artist Vandeput).
    
    
    
  • Football Spy, The (series characters; sport; football; secret service; obtaining information from British spies as football team travels round Europe, pre WW2; featuring Bob Webster; Brentwood Utd; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Footballers Wore Feathers, The (sport; football; Southmoor City; complete story?; artist Juan Marti; col.) S1971.
  • Footprints Of Fear (complete story; adventure story of climbers ascending Mt. Dareema in Himalayas; artist Carrion) 657.
  • For You the War is Over! (WW2 RAF; artist Farrugia; complete story; featuring Flight Lieutenant Strever) S1969, col. (first page only).
  • Forbes, Captain (series character; WW1 army deserters) see Legion of the Lost.
  • Forbes, Ensign Phillip (series character; Crimean War; loss of the Regimental colours and the story of retrieving them) seeForbidden Gold of the Wakawa, The (series characters; Far East themed adventure; late 19th / early 20th century; stories about a Resident Magistrate in New Guinea; featuring Bill Ryan; David Coxon; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Force Five! (series characters; present day specialist unit fighting crime; featuring 'Wheels' Rogers; Barry Martin (actor); Butch McGraw, (American Football player); 'Brians' Taylor; 'Greasy' Wilson, top racing car driver; Sir James Morris; artist not known).
       
    
    
  • Ford, Joe (series character; giant Mole on the loose) see Tunnels of Terror.
  • Foreign Legion, The see
    
    
    
  • Forgotten Fourteenth, The (WW2 Army, Far East ; 14th Army; no series characters; artist Farrugia, unless otherwise stated).
    
     
    
  • Foreman, Private Joe (series character; Gibraltar, end of 18th Century) see Keeper of the Apes).
  • Foster, Lance-Corporal (WW2 Army; series character) see
  • Foster's Freedom Fighters.
  • Foster, Leading Seaman (WW2 RAF; series) see Ice-Cold Alec.
  • Foster, Staff Sergeant Leslie (no medal; 06th June 1944; 6th Airbourne Division; landed a damaged glider; true story; artist not known) 1351.
  • Fortunes of War! (Napoleonic War; complete story) 1985.
  • Forward the Dragoons (WW2 tanks; complete story; tank crew enter Dutch town of Linbeck on horses; Sergeant Slade; 81st Dragoons, Royal Armoured Corps; artist not known) 676.
    
    
    
  • Foster, Freddy (sport; boxing) see Freddy Foster's Fighting Flops.
  • Foster, Sir Herbert (series character; sport; football; see Red Rangers, The.
  • Foster's Freedom Fighters (series character; WW2 Army; Paratrooper on run from Germans in Crete, joins up with resistance fighters; featuring Lance-Corporal Jack Foster; Nikos, a young goat herder; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Four-Forty Flash, The (complete story; western; Midnight, the fastest horse in Texas riding twenty-five miles to save a man's life; artist Shone) 206.
  • Four Kills for the Little Ships (factual; WW2 RN; 24th Oct. 1943; German E-boats attached by RN's Motor Gun Boats; front/back cover story; artist Coleman) 208.
  • Four Kinds of Courage (non-military medals; factual; inside cover) 1964.
  • Franklin, Giles (series character; Australian adventure) see Terrors Dive At Night, The.
  • Frazer, Brad (series character; present day adventure) see Rescue Squad.
  • Fred Kay’s Crazy Railroad (series characters; WW2 Army; Far East, Burma mid to late 1944; featuring Sergeant Fred Kay; Privates Tommy Jenkins; Pete Maloney; Johnny Rana; Tak Ho; Sam Pine; Colonel Grant; artist Marti; last four episodes drawn by Albert Holroyd).
    
    
    
  • Freddy Foster's Fighting Flops (series characters; sport; boxing; featuring Freddy Foster; artist Smith?)
    
    
    
  • Fred's Outpost (series character; WW2; boy fighting Germans on the island of Falkenhurst in the South Atlantic; featuring Fred Hawkins; artist Shone).
    
    
    
    
  • Friend or Foe? (factual; WW2 aeroplane silhouettes) 1976
  • Frobisher, Jim Pilot Officer (series character) see Cleverty's Scouts
  • Front# covers - no medal story on the following front covers -
  • Front-Line Bus, The (series characters; WW1 Army; featuring Privates Sam Ward and Alf Trotter; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Front-line Cameraman (WW2 army; complete story; Army film and Photographic Unit; artist Leo Rawlings) 249.
  • Frost, Sergeant Bill (series character; WW2 Army) see Man With the Big Stick, The.
  • Froyd, Sinton trainee-manager (sport; football) see Behind the Crimson Door.
  • Frozen Fusillade, The (complete story; text; whaling story; artist not known) 385.
  • Frying Pan Fighter (complete story; WW2 army; cook Alf Armitage end up cooking for Japanese soldiers, puts them to sleep after adding a knockout powder to the food; artist not known) 589; RP 988 (artist not known). Note - see also the Hotspur index.
    
    
    
  • Fugitives Club, The (series; anthology stories; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Fulger, Private Joe (series character; WW2 Army; Far East) see Walk, Fight - or Die!
  • Funny Old World , It’s a (true humorous stories) 1975, 1977
  • Flying Cowboy, the (series characters; WW1 RFC) see Cowboy on the Western Front.
  • Fuller, Dr. see Sabre-Toothed Slinker, The.
  • Fuller, Dr (Sci-fi; scientist) see Sabre-Toothed Slinker, The
  • Fuller, Spike (Sci-fi; Maxie Fenbaum's right hand man) see Bubble, The
  • Funeral, The (factual; WW2 Paratroopers) 1982
    
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  • G for George (series character; WW2 RAF; analogy of stories about a Spitfire Mark 1A).
  • Gain, Professor Martin (series character; S. American Victorian adventure) see Keepers of the Sun Stone.
  • Gal, Abdur (series character; native; present day adventure rescuing Dr. Batory from rebels in Kalanistan) see Hallam's Hardest Mission.
  • Gallant Defenders of Franleu (WW2 Army; factual; June 1940; epic stand by 7th Battalion Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, in French village, Franleu; artist not known) 80.
  • Gallipoli! (title series) see Millar, Bob Private.
  • Gallipoli Landing (factual; story of WW1's Gallipoli; artist Ron Smith) 761.
  • Gallop of the Golden Horse (complete story; western; Hank Hanbury proves his horses have stamina by setting out on an 800 mile journey; artist Shone) 267.
  • Gallops of the Big Galoot, The (series characters; sport; horse racing; featuring Bert Johnson; Ted Wade; Bruce Wilkinson; the Big Galoot, a horse; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Gallopers Go To War, The (series characters; WW2 Army; featuring Private Tim Mellor; artist Philpotts; note first episode six pages!).
    
    
    
  • Galloping Gunners, The (WW1 Army; North-West Frontier, India; artist Vicente Ibáñez Sanchis; featuring Tom Holliday; Gunner Mickey Finn).
    
    
    
  • Galvin, Danny (series character; sport; football) see Has-Been, The.
  • Games# (paper)
    
    
    
  • Games They Used to Play (factual sport) 1976
  • Gardener, Alf (series character; sport; football) see Brain Behind the Rangers.
  • Gardener, Danny (series character; sport; football) see Has-Been, The.
  • Gardner, Ben (series character; Australian themed story; giant toads) see Day of the Giant, The.
  • Garrett, Sergeant Harry (series character) see Man in the Brazen Mask, The
  • Garrity, Highball (series characters; sport; boxing; America 1930's?) see Battler With The Rag-Tag Trainer, The.
  • Gascon (series character; young orphan; Prussian siege of Paris 1870) see Sheppard's Flock.
  • Gates, Marine Jack (series character; WW1 Army) see Dogs of War.
  • Gaunt Hounds Are Out, The (series characters; adventure; featuring Boss Danskin; his grandson John Danskin; John Marshall; The Fur Pirate; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Gentle Giant, The (series characters; sport; several sports featured; humorous; featuring Jimmy Evans; Albert Cranley; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Gentleman Jim (series characters; sport; boxing; featuring Jim Corbett; artist not known)
    
    
    
  • German Invasion of Olso, Norway by Germans; factual; Germans hoping to slip past defences in battleship Blucher, but discovered and sank by old fort at Oscarburg; 8/9th April, 1940; note - no title; artist not known) 1104.
    
    
    
  • Germans retreating from Somme, France and leaving mined roads behind for British troops to deal with; WW1; note - no story title; artist Sanchis?) 1026.
  • Getting Griffiths ’ Goat (WW2 Army; complete story; artist Marti) 1973.
  • Getting in Gear (factual; sporting clothes) 1992.
  • Ghost of a Champ (sport; text story; boxing) 1968.
  • Ghost of Varley Rectory, The (adventure) see Rook, Valentine
  • Ghost Squad (series character; text stories; one issue complete stories; police; artist unknown)
    
     
    
  • Ghosts of the Future (complete story; crime; artist not known; crooks coming to grief in a haunted house) S1975.
  • Giant# animals appearing in Victor stories see -
    
    
    
  • Giants of the Air (factual; information about Concorde, Boeing Stratocruiser, Boeing Clipper and Boeing 747 Jumbo planes; artist not known) 708.
  • Gifts# (free inside the comic),
  • Skimmer (it flies, it whirls!) 1355.
  • Skimmer, whirling 310.
    
                   
  • Spinning Puzzler (a number of puzzles on a six sided piece of card) 153.
  • Sporting Stickers (six) 1575.
  • Sportsman's Wallet (made of extra-strong shiny plastic, full of sporting facts and figures, with three sets of glossy photocards of famous teams in football history 2.
  • Sportsman's Wallet (made of shiny plastic, full of sporting facts and figures, able to hold a set of 16 Cup-tie stars of all nations glossy photo-cards) 58.
    
                         
    
                         
    
    
    
                   
  • Squirt ring, Super 1.
  • Star Cars of 1971; free super booklet and 18 full-colour sticky photographs 517; twenty-nine further sticky car photographs 518; twenty-three car stickers 519.
  • Star Badge plus twelve pop in colour pictures of favourite footballers 919.
  • Thumbs up badge 1024.
  • War planes that snap together (two per issue; Spitfire; Heinkel; Hurricane; Mosquito; Messerschmitt; Mustang; Zero; Lightning) 920.
  • Whizzo, Super 1127.
    
    
    
  • Gillard, Johnny (series character Australian themed story; sport; cricket; featuring Johnny Gillard; artist Vandeput).
    
     
    
    
  • Gillespie, Robert Rollo (army officer; 18th century) see Bravest Soldier of All, The
  • Gladiators of the Desert (WW2 R.A.F., North Africa; artist Bleach; featuring Squadron Leader Johnny Stoner).
    
    
    
  • Glasses of Glory (series characters; WW2 schoolboy adventure; glasses reflect past military stories when looked through; featuring Charlie King; artist Harding).
    
    
    
  • Glory Game (series characters; sport; football; featuring Eric Smythe, Ralph Howells; Jamie Baird; Mellingham Utd; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Gloster Gladiators in action (factual; Sergeant Slater; Vernon Woodward; no medals awarded; WW2 RAF; 23rd July, 1940; North Africa; attacked by Italian fighters; front / back cover story; artist unknown) 1037.
    
    
    
    
  • Goalie for the City, A (sport; football) 1968.
  • Goalies That Count, It's (football photographic feature) 1991.
  • Goalmaker, The (football series featuring Mister Pickford) see Pickford: Past Master of Football.
  • Goals# of Jimmy Grant (series character; sport; football; featuring Jimmy Grant; two pages partial colour; artist Harding? plus others not known?)
    
    
    
  • Goals That Jackson Scored, The (series characters; sport; football; featuring Johnny Jackson; Millwood Utd Football Club; artist Vandeput).
    
    
    
  • Goff, Sergeant Sam (WW2 Army, North Africa; series) see Desert Dudes, The.
  • Going For Gold (series characters; Great Britain amateur team going for gold medals in the Los Angeles Olympics; featuring Greg Peters; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Gold Coast Railway (factual; title - The Great Green Wall; building a railway in western Africa; artist Bevan) 761.
  • Gold Fever (adventure; text story; Canada) 1972.
  • Gold Fever! (western; complete story; artist Alonso) 1988.
  • Golden Chariot (series character; WW2 German Army; story about two private soldiers trying to escape the war with war loot; featuring Private Rudi Engels; Private Schultz; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Golden Steed, The (series characters; medieval fantasy adventure; featuring Alric, King of Westland; Paladin, a Golden Steed; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Golden Sword of Shinto, The (series characters; WW2 Army; crew of a DUKW; Far Eastern themed story; featuring Corporal Bob Smith; Sergeant Joe Blake; Private Mike Strike; artist Coleman).
    
    
    
  • Goldfields Newshawk, The (series characters; text; journalist reporting on Australian gold rush 1850's; featuring Mike Scott; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Good-For-Nothing Goalie, The (series characters; sport; football; featuring Josh Kerby; Redbridge City football club; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Goose For Christmas (adventure; complete story; artist Ted Rawlings) RP 932?
  • Gordon, Ace (series characters; adventure; Java Sea) see Battle For Fire Island.
  • Gordon of Force G (series character; WW2 RN; S. America theatre of war; featuring Jiim Gordon; artist (P)?; note Bill Gordon is his father).
    
    
    
  • Gordon of the Glasgow (WW1 RN; series character; featuring Boy Seaman Bill Gordon; artist (P)?; note Jim Gordon is his son).
    
    
    
  • Gordon, Boy Seaman Bill (series character; WW1 RN; S. America searching for the German cruiser Dresden) see Gordon of the Glasgow.
  • Gordon, Captain Dan (series character; adventure; NATO troops vs. Black Brigade terrorists) see Countdown to Oblivion.
  • Gordon, Glen (series character; African adventure) see Hermits of Gorilla Island, The.
  • Gordon, Sub-Lieutenant Jim (series character; WW2 RN; S. America theatre of war) see Gordon of Force G.
  • Gordon, Trooper Tom (WW2 5th Hussars; series character) seePhantom of the Fighting Fifth).
  • Gorgeous# Gus (series character; sport; football; Redburn Rovers Football Club; featuring Earl of Boote also known as Gorgeous Gus; Jenkins, butler; Sam Hopkins, manager; artist Bert Vandeput unless otherwise stated).
     
    
    
  • Gorgonzola Special (sport; bike racing; complete story; artist Coleman) 1972.
  • Gorilla Gang (series characters; school boy adventure; featuring Bill Read; Tom Kidd; Don Smith; Vic Brown; artist same as B Plan?).
    
    
    
  • Gorman, Weary (series character) seePillow Champ, The.
  • Gould, Sam (sci-fi; Canadian themed story) see Fear From Farthest Space, The.
  • Goum (series character; WW2 Army; Moroccan soldier scouting for the British; artist Bleach; featuring Satoni, Goum's camel).
    
    
    
  • Gow, Stumpy (series character; sport; bare-fist fighting) see Tom Sayers - The Battler From Brighton.
  • Graetz, Flying Officer (factual; no medals awarded; 100 Squadron RAAF; 20th May, 1944; shot down over New Guinea, escaped but managed to note enemy postitions before being rescued; artist Sanchis) 1032.
    
    
    
  • Grant, Jimmy (series character; sport; football) see Goals of Jimmy Grant.
  • Grant, Joe (series character) see Have Plane - Will Fly (adventure; flying; pilots for hire).
  • Grant, Rory (sport; football) see Wonder of the Western Isle, The.
  • Grant, Steve (series character; sport; wrestling) see Grappler Grant.
  • Grappler Grant (series characters; sport; wrestling; featuring Steve Grant; Frank Treharne; artist not known).
    
    
    
    
  • Grasshopper Green (series characters; WW2 RAF; featuring Flight Lieutenant Green; artists Shone and others unknown).
    
    
    
  • Gray, Flight Sergeant Dave (WW2 POW; series) see Mystery Man of Stalagluft 10, The.
  • Great Barclay, The (series character; humorous; WW2?; featuring ; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Great Conker Battle, The (WW2 Army; complete story; conker feud between two British soldiers; artist not known) 1989.
  • Great German Escape, The (series characters? anthology of stories about escaping WW2 German POW's; artist Philpotts?).
    
    
    
  • Great Train Chase, The (life of Oliver Curtis Perry who only robbed trains in the Eastern States of the U.S., late 19th century; artist not known) 923.
  • Greatest Shown On Earth (factual; feature on Guiness World records) S1992.
  • Green, Flight Lieutenant (series character; WW2 RAF) see Grasshopper Green.
  • Green, Jeff navigatorsee Green Lizard, Look For (series character; South Pacific treasure hunting adventure).
  • Green Howards, The (factual; Army Regt.; 23rd May 1944; Story of at Anzio, true story, front/back cover story; artist shone) 165.
  • Green Lighting (series characters; sport; motor-racing; featuring Tom Bryant, Bill Adams, Pete Marshall, drivers; Sam Johnson, team owner; artist Farrugia).
    
    
    
  • Green Lizard, Look For The (series character; South Pacific adventure; featuring pilot John Quentin, Englishman; navigator Jeff Green, Australian; Peter Clyde; Bill Hardy; Jerry Jones; Tom Drake; artist Shone).
    
    
    
  • Greenhorn, The (complete story; two killers taken back to Canada; police; RCMP; Melvin fouracre; artist Vandeput) 654.
  • Greer, Joe (series; sport; football) see Jinx on Joe Greer, The.
  • Gregg, Tom (series characters; sport; bare-fist boxing; mid-19th century) see Hammerfist.
  • Gregson, Alymar (series character; WW2 Resistance) see V For Vengeance.
  • Grey, Benny (series characters; sport; boxing) see Shadow Over Scrapper Grey, The.
  • Grey Ghosts, The (series characters; WW2 Army; Norway; featuring Sergeant Tim Craig; artist Farrugia).
    
    
    
  • Grier (series; adventure) see Black Knights, The.
  • Grimstone Track, A Story From (series; text; various sports including motor-racing; running and so on; featuring a complete story each week; artist Sturrock?).
    
    
    
  • Gritt (series character; WW2 Army; officer in disgrace story; featuring Lieutenant Harry Gritt; Sergeant Ross; artist Watson).
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  • Gritt, Lieutenant Harry (series; WW2 Army) see Gritt.
  • Grooteman, Paul (series; European Nations Squadron) see Striker's Squadron.
  • Grudge Fight, The (text story; sport; boxing) 1966
  • Guard The Passes! (factual; WW1 Army; 1916; quelling a Indian native uprising between Persia and British India; 28th Cavalry, Indian Army; artist Alonso) 506.
  • Guardian of the Green God (series characters; adventure; S. American themed story; giant snake tracking those who moving an ancient statue of the Snake God; featuring Harry Hudson; Red Brooks; artist Garcia).
     
    
    
  • Guardians of 'Gator Swamp (complete story; text; Australian themed story; rescue of crashed plane crew from a swamp; artist not known) 484.
    Guardians of the Headhunter (series characters; WW2 Army; Far East themed story; 1942 retreating from Burma; featuring Privates Charley Biggs and Arnold Cherrington; 9th Westshire Regt.; artist Leo Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Guardians of the Mountains (factual information – Mountain Rescue) 1975
  • Guerrilla Guns (series character; Napoleonic Wars; featuring Sergeant John Bush;artist Josep Marti)
    
    
    
  • Guffles, Osbert (series character; sport; football) see Jake's Giant Killers.
  • Gula (series character; Victorian army adventure) see Branded.
  • Gun on Four Legs, The (series character; North-West Frontier of India, 19th Century; featuring Sergeant Jack Fellows; artist Bagnall).
     
    
    
  • Gunman had Toothache, The (western; artist Rawlings) 1979
  • Gunnar, Lars (series character; Victorian adventure) see Day of the Scorpion.
  • Gunners of You Yet!, We'll Make (factual; WW2 Army; January 1941, Malta; Royal Marines clerks, signallers learing to fire a Bofors Gun in defence of the island; front / back cover story; artist Shone) 429.
    
    
    
  • Guns Fired Alone, The (factual; WW2 Army; January 1942; 11th Regt. Royal Horse Artillery; North Africa; Lieu. George Buchanan escaping from Germans) 310.
  • Guns That Never Fired, The (factual; WW2 Army; 23rd April, 1941; Tobruk siege, N. Africa; using dummy anti-aircraft guns to distract German planes; front/back cover story; artist Coleman) 389.
     
    
    
  • Guns That Won The West (series; individual episodes about a different gun; writer J.T. Edson; artist not known; note issue 161 features Dusty Fog).
    
    
    
  • Guns of Timur, The (series character; 13th century soldier of fortune; capturing cannons of Khan Timur; featuring Sir Guy Bart; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Gurkha Attack! (factual; Gurkhas attacking Germans holding the town of Neuve Chapelle, France, 12th March, 1915; artist not known; no medals awarded) 688.
  • 'Gus' the computer (series character) see Planet Seekers,The.
  • Gus, Gorgeous (series character; sport; football) see Gorgeous Gus.
  • Guy With The Gangster Gun, The (WW2 Army) 1967.
  • Gypsy Jem (series characters; sport; 19th century bare-fist boxing; featuring Jem Mace; Hubert Skelsey, manager; Ned Prince, trainer; artist not known).
    
     
    
    
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  • H.M.S. Pepper Pot (factual; March 1942, Valetta, Malta; H.M.S. Penelope under attack in harbour; artist Shone; front/back cover story) 155.
  • Hagasake (series character; sport; tennis) see Kid Clout Tennis Ace.
  • Haggerty, Private (series character; WW2 Army; Far East themed story) see Thirteen Badges for General Yokuba.
  • Haig, Iron (series character; 1930's adventure - building a railway in Mongolia) see Lost Warriors of Tartary, The.
  • Hal O' the Heath (series character; friend of the Red MacGregor) see Red MacGregor, The.
  • Hall, Harold (series character; WW1 RFC) see Humdrum Hall, Flying Tiger!
  • Hallam, Tom (series character; SBS; present day adventure rescuing Dr. Batory from rebels in Kalanistan) see Hallam's Hardest Mission.
  • Hallam's Hardest Mission (series character; present day adventure rescuing Dr. Batory from rebels in Kalanistan; featuring Sergeant Tom Hallam, SBS; Abdur Gal, a native; artist not known).
    
           
    
  • Hammer# Man, The (series character; medieval; humour; unless otherwise stated artist is Ted Rawlings; featuring Sir Jack Jinks).
    
    
    
    
  • Hammer Man, The (series character; 1870's America; mining; western; featuring Bill Trefussis; Bert Lydd; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Hammerfist (series characters; sport; bare-fist boxing; mid-19th century; featuring Tom Gregg; artist Chapman?).
    Hand-Grenade Harrison (WW2 Army; complete story; Corporal Harrison really Arnold Jones, a former cricketer who had gone to jail for reckless driving, but escaped to join the army and fight the Germans; artist Coleman?) 751.
    
    
    
    
  • Handy Hints on Self-defence (factual; artist unknown) S1968.
  • Hans Schmidt of Mosquitoville! (factual; WW2 RAF; early 1944; Wing Commander I.E.G. Dale; attacking V2 rockets sites in Germany; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist not known) 385.
    
    
    
  • Happy Birthday (complete one page story; two Mafia bosses kill each other; artist not known) 1655.
  • Harpoon's Not a Has-Been, A (complete story; text; Eskimo themed story involving a Polar bear; artist not known) 462.
  • Haunted Heavyweight, The (series character; sport; boxing; text; featuring Charlie Summers; Don D. Gurney; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Haunted Wood, The (WW1 Army; factual; 15th Battalion Royal Westwickshire Regt.; April 1918; France; troops spooked by 'ghosts' in Forest Du Nieppe; artist Sanchis?) 510.
     
    
    
  • Hard Life For Harry Blake, A (series character; Victorian Army, India; featuring Harry Blake; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Harman, Jack Sergeant (series; WW2 Army, Far East) see Men From Camp Z, The.
  • Harold Big-Hand (series character; sport; football; featuring Harold Big-Hand; Professor Percy Fudge; Grimthorpe Utd; ancient Viking found in block of ice defrosted, plays as goalkeeper for Utd; artist Josep Marti).
    
    
    
  • Harper, Harry (series character; late 19th century messenger boy adventures) see Hotfoot Harry.
  • Hartley, Chris (series character; WW2 Secret Service) see Behind the Enemy Lines.
  • Hartman, Eddie (series character; WW2 RAF) see Brothers at War.
  • Hartman, Konrad (series character; WW2 Luftwaffe) see Brothers at War.
  • Hartshore, Dick (series character; English Civil War, mid seventeenth century; text) see Lincolnshire Poacher, The.
  • Has-Been, The (series character; sport; football; featuring Danny Galvin; Alf Gardener, manager; Blackstock Rangers; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Hassan (series character; assistant to Monty Phipps) see Dragon Flag, The
  • Haunted Lagoon, The (complete story; Australian themed story; ghosts of pirates in the Coral Sea; artist not known) 622.
  • Have Plane - Will Fly! (series characters; adventure; Pacific Islands; featuring New Zealanders Harry McKay & Joe Grant, pilots for hire; artist Kearon).
    
    
    
  • Hawke, Jonathan (series character; 17th century Caribbean seeJonathan Hawke - Pirate Catcher.
  • Hawkins, Fred (series character; WW2; boy fighting Germans on the island of Falkenhurst in the South Atlantic) see Fred's Outpost.
  • Hawkins, Jeb (series character; 18th century Royal Navy) see Jeb Hawkins RN.
  • Hawkman's Horse (WW2 Army; Far East, Burma; featuring Sergeant Hawkman; Privates Perkins; Watson; Sparks; Sammo, a native; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Hawkman, Sergeant (series character; WW2 Army) see Hawkman's Horse.
  • Hay, Pilot Officer A.J. (factual; WW2 RAF; 21st May, 1941; South African pilot flying a Hurricane plane from a merchant ship, via catapult, shot down three enemy aircraft before ditching his plane; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist Sanchis?) 1060.
    
    
    
  • Hayes, Hal (series character; WW1 Army) see Fighting Marine, The.
  • He Forgot He Was a Champion (series character; sport; boxing) see Jimmy the dodger.
  • He Had to Get Through! (factual; story of Private W. Abbott part of 2nd battalion, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry cut off by Japanese army, attempting to reach Battalion H.Q. to find out orders; Feb. 1941, Burma; artist Alonso; no medals awarded) 614.
    
    
    
  • Head-Hunter of the Galaxy (series character; sci-fi; artist Cooper; featuring Bo Rogan; Chris, a computer).
    
    
    
  • Headman (complete story; Red-head Garvin shipwrecked, but rescued by natives who make him headman, although they only want his head; artist not known) 1355.
  • Heatherstone, Thomas (series character; 18th Century adventure; Australia) see Outcasts of Convict Coast.
  • Hedgepeth, Marion (factual; title - The Dapper Desperado; late 19th / early 20th century western; story of a ruthless criminal who led the "Hedgepeth Four" gang; artist not known) 525.
    
    
    
  • Helmet Gun, The (humour) 1981
  • Herd of Buffaloes! (factual; WW2 Army; Nov. 1944; capturing the Dutch town of Middelburg using a ruse; Major Bob Johnstone; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist Coleman) 470.
    
    
    
  • Here Come the Choppers! (factual; photographs) S1979, col.
  • Here Come The Commandoes! (factual; army equipment; artist unknown) S1969, col.
  • Here Come the Paras! (equipment; factual) 1976.
  • Hereward the Wake (11th century, 1066; factual series character; adventure about Hereward the Wake's rebellion against William the Conqueror; featuring Hereward the Wake; artist Carrion?).
    
    
    
  • Hermits of Gorilla Island, The (series characters; African adventure; two men trapped on an island in a crocodile-infested swamp; featuring Glen Gordon; "Rhino" Martin; artist Marie).
    
    
    
  • Hero! (complete story; Prussia 1910; Alexei Gregorivitch, a young officer changes sides and becomes a hero; artist not known) 1543.
  • Hero of Hadrian's Wall, The (complete story; Roman Britain story; a Pict Chief is a prisoner, can he be rescued?; artist Ted Rawlings) 567.
  • Hero Kept Hens (complete story; modern day RAF jets fly over a farm near their airfield; stops hens from laying eggs; jet plane makes a crash landing, young boy from farm saves pilot's life; in return the jets no longer fly over farm, so hens can lay their eggs; artist not known) 568; RP 999.
     
    
    
  • Hero of Mafeking, The (Victorian Army; Baden-Powell, Robert) 1985
  • Heroes of Cameron Ridge (factual; WW2 Army, Cameron Highlanders; 15th March, 1941; attacking of Italian positions on Keren Ridge in Abyssinia; artist not known) 95. Note - see also Military Medal Winners - Ram, Bhaira Lance-Corporal.
  • Heroes of Land and Sea (factual; inside cover) 1964
  • Heron, Geoff (WW2 school boys in occupied France; series character) see Needle Gun, The.
  • Heron of the Ford (complete story; 15th century (1448), Heron saves the life of Richard, Duke of York from Margaret of Anjou, wife of King Henry; artist Leo Rawlings) 618. RP 1038.
    
    
    
  • Herrick's Hand-Grenade Hat-Trick (WW2 army; complete story; text; Herrick an English bowler, bowled his greatest hat-trick on the battlefield; artist not known) 324.
  • Hibbert, Lieutenant-Colonel (factual; WW2 Army; no medals awarded; April, 1940 Stenkjar, Norway; 1st/4th King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry; retreating across an old bridge Hibbert remembered from a trip to Norway in his youth; artist Alonso).
    
    
    
  • Hickok, Wild Bill (factual; western; story of James Butler Hickok; artist not known) 442.
  • Higgins, Alf (series character; magician; text and picture stories) see Alfredo the Great.
  • Higgins, Harry (series character; WW2 civilian sea story) see Hurricane Harry.
  • Higgs, Jim (series character; sport; football) see Team From Nowhere, The.
  • Hill, Joe "Hungry" (series character; adventure; text) see We Fly Anything-Anywhere!
  • Hinks, Horace (WW2 Air Transport Auxiliary; series; American fighting with the British) see No War for Wilbur.
  • Hired Gun, The (text stories; western) 1967.
  • His Name Was Vengeance (series character; featuring ; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Hit It For Six (sport; artist unknown; featuring Joe Millar baseball player, playing cricket) S1979, col..
  • Hitman, The (complete story; adventure; USA Gangsters) 1980.
  • Hobbe, John (13th Century, Africa; leader of a company of archers) see Dark Domain, The.
  • Hobbs, Corporal Jack (series character; WW2 Army; Far East) see Tank With the Scarlet Heart, The.
  • Hodgkinson, Colin (factual) RP Legless Wonder, The.
  • Hoeness, Helmut - German actor/British Spy (series characters; WW2 secret Service in occupied France;see Big Act, The.
  • Hogan's Patrol (series characters; WW2 Army; featuring Lieutenant Joe Hogan; artist Vicente Ibáñez Sanchis).
    
    
    
  • Holden, Sergeant-Major (WW2 British Prisoner of War camp, Germany; series character) see Men In The Barbed Wire Cage, The.
  • Holiday Raider (factual; WW2 RAF; early 1944; RAF planes flying sorties against German airfield in France & Germany; Squadron Leader C.G. Sherf, though desk bound flew three 'holiday' visits over German held territory; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist not known) 397.
    
        
    
    
  • Hollick#, Dan Sergeant (series character; Post WW2 Army; text; featuring Sergeant Dan Hollick; Kano, his dog; writer J.T. Edson; artist stated where known).
    
    
    
    
  • Holliday, Tom (North-West Frontier, India and North Africa, WW2)
    
    
    
    
  • Hollins, Mike Captain (sport; football) see Behind the Crimson Door.
  • Holocaust at Halifax (factual; a collision between an armaments ship the Mont Blanc and Norwegian steamer Imo resulted in a massive explosion destroying both ships and the town of Halifax, Nova Scotia; 16th Dec., 1917; artist not known) 544.
    
    
    
  • Honor, Squadron-Leader Dudley (factual; no medals awarded; WW2 RAF; June 1941, shot down during German invasion of Crete; escaped and formed the "The Late Arrivals Club"; artist not known) 771.
    
    
    
  • Hoodoo On Aircraft X, The (WW2 RAF) 1976
  • Hoods Are Here! (series characters; America 1930's; featuring ; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Hopkins, Jimmy (series character; WW2 Australian Army; Fair East; surviving the jungle and Japs) see Survival!.
  • Hopper, Clarence (the Iceman) (series character; humour) see Send for the B-Team.
  • Horatius (series characters; ancient Rome) see Man Who Saved Rome, The.
  • Hork the Hunter (sci-fi; series character; artist Alonso?; featuring Hork Larsen; Toto).
    
     
    
    
  • Horn, Trooper Job (series character) see Man in the Brazen Mask, The
    Hornbeam, Captain Horatio (series character; sport; football; humorous) see Floating Footballers, The.
  • Horned Heads (animal heads with horns) S1970 col.
  • Horse in History, The (factual; famous war horses throughout history; artist Ted Rawlings) 1219.
  • Hostage of the Diamond Diggers (adventure; complete story; featuring Joe and Ellis Marsh; artist Alonso) S1971.
  • Hot-Air Hussars, The (series; Boer War; artist Rawlings; featuring Lieutenant Tom Brody, Sergeant Cragg, Prof. ?)
    
    
    
  • Hotfoot Harry (series characters; late 19th century messenger boy adventures; featuring Harry Harper; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Hot-Spot Scott (WW2 Auxiliary Fire Service; series characters; featuring Section Officer Ken Scott; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Houdini: The Man Who Conquered Fear (factual; story of the famous escapologist; artist Bill Holroyd?) 346.
  • Hounded Down! (WW2 P.O.W.’s) 1985. a
  • Hounds of the Cheviot Mists (series characters; story set during the reign of Edward VI; featuring John Ellis; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Hounds of the Hunter (series characters; present day hunting, America; writer J.T. Edson; featuring Race Laydon, hunter for the US Predator Control Dept.; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • How's That! (factual, information about cricket; artist unknown) S1969, col.
  • Howard, Dave and Mark (series characters; Victorian adventure) see White Lama, The.
  • Howard, Petty Officer "Sparks" (WW2 RN; series character; forward RN observers for rocket launching craft) see Roaring Rockets, The.
  • Howells, Ralph (series character; sport; football) see>Glory Game.
  • Howzatt?? (Note - no connection with the another series with the same title; series characters; sport; cricket) see Cricket?, Is It.
  • Howzatt! (Note - no connection with another series with the same title; series characters; sport; cricket; featuring Gary Wilde of Broxhire; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Hud (series character; master armourer; 1307, 14th Century) see Stephen Strongarm: Master Armourer.
  • Hudson, Harry (series character; adventure; S. American themed story) see Guardian of the Green God.
  • Hudson, Jeff (series character; western) see You Can't Stop The Wind!
  • Huggins, Hurricane (series character; late 19th century Pacific sea adventure; Australian) see King Huggins.
  • Hughes of the Rangers (factual; western; life of Captain John R. Hughes, Texas Rangers; artist Bill Holroyd?) 435.
  • Huggins, Squadron Sergeant Albert (series character; western; humorous) see Send For Huggins.
  • Hugo, a squire (13th Century, Africa) see Dark Domain, The.
  • Human Fly, The (series character; climbing adventure; featuring Bill Slater; artist philpotts; note - not the Joe Bones character).
    
    
    
  • Humdrum Hall, Flying Tiger (series character; WW1 RFC; featuring Harold Hall; artist Bleach).
    
               
    
    
    
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  • Human Fly, The see Bones, Joe
  • Hunt, Alexander "Sandy" (series character; prior to WW2) see Sandy's Secret War.
  • Hunt For Moaning Minnie, The (series characters; WW2 Army; June 1944 Normandy, France; artist Coleman; featuring Sergeant Clarke).
    
    
    
  • Hunt For The Bismark, The (factual; WW2 RN; the hunting and sinking of the Bismark, German Pocket Battleship; front/back cover story; artist Sutherland) 8 also (front/back cover of 1194; artist Sturrock?).
    
    
    
  • Hunted Hedge-Hopper, The (WW2 RAF; complete story; text; artist not known; Lysander aircraft attempting to get back to Britain with vital information) 306.
  • Hunters of the South Seas (Pirates) 1976.
  • Hurricane Harry (series character; WW2 civilian Pacific sea story; chasing after gold in his ship Shady Pelican; featuring Harry Higgins; Jose; artist Watson).
    
    
    
  • Hutton, Lieutenant Peter (WW2 RN/Fleet Air Arm; series character) see Yellow Bird, The.
  • Hutton, Ron (series character; sport; Formula One Motor Racing) see Speed Kings and the Deadly Doubles.
     
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  • Ice-Cold Alec (WW2 RAF; series characters; featuring Alec Preston; P.O. McTavish; Leading Seaman Foster; artist Garcia?). 1154 - 1163.
    
    
    
  • Ice-Cool Alex (sport football) see Powell, Bill.
  • Idaho Kid, The (western; artist Kearon?) 1974
  • Illustrious Story, The (WW2 RN; factual; story of HMS Illustrious, aircraft carrier; artist Kearon; front/back cover story) 27.
  • In This Corner (factual; freak fights and fighters of the square ring; boxing) 1966.
  • Indian (country) themed Stories see North-West Frontier themed stories.
  • Inside Job (complete one page story; Max Walters robs a bank, but given away by a smoke detector; artist not known) 1656.
  • Into Battle (Army vehicles; Second World War and modern) 1974.
  • Invisible Bullets From Nowhere (series character; police; text; featuring Paul Tranter, private detective; Superintendant Hemmingway; artist not known).
  • Irish Guards, 1st Battalion landing at Anzio, Italy 22nd January, 1944, fought Germans with a mixed bunch of soldiers including clerks, cooks, batmen and so on; front / back cover story; no medals awarded; artist Sanchis) 643. RP 1192 (artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Iron Cross for Kranz, An (WW2 German army; complete story; a life-long feud between Otto Kranz and Bruno Kahn; artist not known) 1988.
  • Iron Three, The (series characters; present day adventure; featuring Rom, the father; Ken; Stan; Vic; artist Shone).
    
    
    
  • Ironclad, The age of (factual, end covers) 1975
  • Is it Cricket (factual; sporting facts; artist Bill Ritchie) S1971.
  • Is it Cricket? (picture story series about an English village cricket touring side) see Cricket?, Is It.
  • Island Invasion! (factual; front/back cover story; no personalities mentioned; May 1942; story of British invasion of French held Island of Madagascar; artist not known) 350.
  • Island of No Return (series characters; WW2 P.O.W.'s Far East; artist Leo Rawlings; featuring Harrison; agent X-4.).
    
    
    
  • Island of Terros (series characters; schoolboys shipwrecked on a Greek island with mythical beings; featuring Mark; Whimper; Starky; artist Bagnall).
    
    
    
  • It's A Dog's Life (series of complete stories about working dogs; artist not known).
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
     
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  • "Jack" (series character; WW2 Resistance; ) see V For Vengeance.
  • Jackson, Bill (series character; sport; football) see Team That Couldn't Win, The.
  • Jackson, Lance-Corporal 'Jacko' (series character; WW2 Army) seeSlade's Squad.
  • Jackson, Johnny (series character; sport; football) see Goals That Jackson Scored, The.
  • Jackson, Private Rolf (series character; WW2 Norwegian Resistance; British Army Territorials) see Snow Guerrillas, The.
  • Jackson, Union Jack (series; WW2 Army) see Union Jack Jackson.
  • Jacobs, Private Andy (semi-series character) see Bombs with the Purple Stripe, The.
  • Jagger, Jungle Joe Private (series character; WW2; army) see Jungle Joe.
  • Jail-Break! (complete story; present day adventure; featuring Tom Stanton crime reporter for the Daily Courier; artist Coleman) 1970.
  • Jailbird Striker (series character; sport; football; featuring Mick Bates; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Jailbusters, The (factual; WW2 RAF; jailbreak of prisoners; Group Captain Pickard; artist Farrugia)
    
    
    
  • Jailbusters, The (WW2 RAF; complete story; Pilot Officer Reg Baird & Flying Officer Harry Pearson; each having half of their moustaches shaved off; took part in a precision bombing raid on a Gestapo prison to free french prisoners; artist not known) 712.
     
    
    
  • Jake's Giant Killers (series character; sport; football; featuring Jake Pimm, Osbert Guffles; Brimpton Rovers Football Club; artist Bert Vandeput).
    
                           
    
  • Jalopy with a Jinx, the (complete story; car adventure; artist not known) 1975.
  • James Gang, The (factual; western; story of the Jessie James gang; artist not known) 458; RP 922.
  • James B. Quick (series character; newspaper reporter for London Daily Clarion 1870's; featuring James B. Quick; artist Marie).
     
    
    
  • Jape, witch-doctor (series; adventure) see Black Knights, The.
  • Jark, Old (series; western) see You Can't Stop The Wind!
  • Jason Barrett (series character; adventure) see Barrett, Jason.
  • Jeb Hawkins RN (series character; 18th century Royal Navy; featuring Jeb Hawkins; artist not known).
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  • Jefferson's Jinx (complete story; WW2 Army; Far East; humorous; text; artist not known) 460.
  • Jeffries, Lieutenant Mick (series character; WW2 RN) see Monster of the Deep.
  • Jem, Gipsy (series character; police; sport; bare-fist fighting; mid-eighteenth century) see Flashing Fists, The.
  • Jenner, Private Joe (WW2 Army; series character for picture stories) see Jungle Joe.
  • Jens, Helmut (series character; European Nations Squadron) see Striker's Squadron.
  • Jericho - Charge (WW1 RN; factual; Armoured Train Jericho operated by the RN, one of the officers was Petty Officer Collard, Flanders; artist Sanchis) 592.
  • Jewel and the Sword, The (series characters; Dark Ages; the search for the Sword of Miton in a rock in a castle; featuring Auric; Sinilan, villain; artist Alonso).
    
    
    
  • Jimi (series character; sport; football) see Jumping Jimi Gets the Goals!
  • Jimmu (Samurai; 17th Century; colleague of Stark) see Stark of the Samurai.
  • Jimmy the Dodger (series character; sport; boxing; artist ?; featuring Gunner Wild, a boxer who loses his memory, but fights under the name of Jimmy the Dodger; Tex Wilson, boxing manager; The Black Panther, villian).
    
    
    
  • Jimmy Grant's Team Talk (letters page) starts ? - finishes?
  • Jimmy's Football Genie (series character; sport; football; humorous; featuring Jimmy Bates; Soccoro, the Genie; Mudford Athletic Football Club, the "Muddlers"; artist not known.
    
    
    
  • Jimmy's Star Choice - (Jimmy referred to Jimmy Grant; a Victor reader chose their favourite football player each week. The page consisted of a photograph of the player, a few notes and a ratings score for different aspects of their footballing skills. Jimmy's name was usually crossed out and replaced with the readers name; note Star Choice did not appear in every issue).
    
    
    
    
    
  • Jinks, Sir Jack (series character; youthful assistant to Puddock.) see Hammer Man, The.
  • Jinx on Joe Greer, The (series character; sport; football; featuring Joe Greer; artist not known; Langdale Football Club).
    
    
    
  • Jockey From The Past (series characters; sport; jockey; featuring Peter Prentice; story about a boy learning to be a jockey with the help of a ghost; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Joe Bones (series character; WW2) see Bones, Joe
  • Johnny Boyes of Kenya Colony (series character; African adventure; late 19th century; featuring Johnny Boyes; writer Edson; artist not known, but same as Steamboat?)
    
    
    
  • Joe's Boys (series character; WW2 Army; Indian/Burma border; featuring Sergeant Joe Peel; encouraging the local natives to fight the Japanese; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Joe Coleman's Guerrillas (series characters; WW2 Army; Malaya; featuring Joe Coleman; Peng Lee; Bill Trail; artist Alonso).
    
    
    
  • Johnny Appleseed (series character; American wild West adventure; featuring Johnny Appleseed; Slocum of the Six Knives; artist Sutherland).
    
    
    
  • Johnny Gets the Runs 1974 see Gillard, Johnny (series character)
  • Johnny Gurkha (series character; WW2 army; featuring Corporal Sandy Turner; artist Alonso).
    
    
    
  • Johnny Hop (series characters Bill Lennox and Wally Omes, Aborigine; artist Yaroslav Horak?)
    
    
    
  • Johnny Orchid (series character) see Orchid, Johnny White Hunter.
  • Johnson, Bert (series character; sport; horse racing) see Gallops of the Big Galoot, The.
  • Johnson, Sam (series character; sport; motor-racing) see Green Lighting.
  • Johnson, Sergeant Paddy (series character; WW2 resistance / escaping POW's) see Long Escape, The.
  • Jonathan Hawke - Pirate Catcher (series character; 17th century Caribbean; featuring Jonathan Hawke; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Jones, Clapper (humour) see Send for the B-Team.
  • Jones, Company Sergeant-Major (factual; WW1 army; April 1918; 1st Queen's Royal Regt. B Company; Flanders, title - The Martinet; strict NCO gets caught out, assigns himself to three days fatigues; no medals awarded; artist not known) 529.
    
    
    
  • Jones, Corporal Davie (series character; WW2 Army) see Llewellyn is Lost.
  • Jones, Egbert (series character; text; humorous) see Egbert - The Private Eye.
  • Jones, Gary (series character; sport; motorbike-racing) see Biker.
  • Jones, Gunner Pete (WW2; series character) see Prouty, Captain.
  • Jones, Jimbo (series character; sci-fi) see Space Shooter.
  • Jones, Roly (sport; football) see Mister Roly-Poly.
  • Jones, ‘Snitcher’ (series character; sport; football) see Goalie for the City, A; Team That Jack Built, The (series).
  • Jones, Private 'Tricky' (WW2 Army; series) see Secret Quest of Tiger Shaw, The.
  • Jones, Squadron Leader P.B. (factual; WW2 RAF; 76 Squadron; 06th July, 1945; shot down over Borneo, trekked to coast and rescued; artist Shone) 1022.
  • Jones, Trooper Bluey (series character) see Man in the Brazen Mask, The
  • Jones, walter (adventure; series character; Private Invesigator see Crimebuster, Can You Solve This Crime Before the?
  • Jonz, Jimmy (series; sci-fi) see Space Tramp.
  • Jordan, Captain (WW2 Army) see Khaki Crooks, The.
  • Jose (series character; local boy in Gibraltar, end of 18th Century) see Keeper of the Apes).
  • Journey# into Danger (factual; a series of one page true stories; artists Bevan, Bill Holroyd and others not known).
    
    
    
  • Jumping Beans of Football (sport; factual photographs) 1979
  • Jumping Jimi Gets the Goals! (sport; football; Chidsea football club; artist Bert Vandeput; featuring Jimi, Wee Bandy).
    
    
    
  • Jungle Bus, The (series characters; holiday coach tour through Africa adventure; featuring Bill Morgan; Joe Mason; artist Farrugia).
    
    
    
  • Jungle Fox, The (series characters; WW2 Army; Far East, Burma, 1944; featuring Corporal Tom Fox; Han, a native; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Jungle Jeepers (series characters; WW2 Army; Far East, Burma; Major Mike Cody, Sergeant Danny Candy; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Jungle Joe (WW2 Army; series character; featuring Private Joe Jagger; text and picture stories; note - stories for the first series alternated each week with Dixon of Disaster Squad).
    
             
  • Picture stories - (title - Jungle Joe; note this character is called Private Joe Jenner, who is also from Kenya. Why a different character name?)
    
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  • Kamikaze! (WW2 RN) 1981.
  • Kane, Sergeant Pilot (series character; WW2 RAF; Catalina's lone war against the Japanese) see Fighting Cat, The.
  • Kangeroo Kite (series characters; WW2 RAF; Far East, flying an unarmed plane around islands, hitting the Japs; featuring Sam Roper; Digger; artists Coleman and from 951 Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Kearon, Ted see Artists.
  • Kay, Sergeant Fred (series character; WW2 Army) see Fred Kay’s Crazy Railroad.
  • Keeler, Sergeant Joe (WW2 Army; series character; American Ranger) see Ranger.
  • Keep Your Eyes on the Road (factual; different road signs) S1977, col.
  • Keeper of the Apes (series character; Gibraltar, end of 18th Century; artist Bagnall; featuring Joe Foreman; Jose).
    
                           
    
    
  • Keepers of the Sun Stone (series characters; Victorian adventure story set in S. America; featuring Captain Julian Viking; Razmid, Pathan servant; Professor Martin Gain; artist Kearon).
    
    
    
  • Kelly, Bob (series characters; sci-fi salvage team) see Space-ship Hercules).
  • Kelly, Chip (series character; WW2 Army; Far Eastern themed story) see Ernie's Island.
  • Kelly, Jim (series character; sport; football) see Away Went Kelly.
  • Kelly, Joe (series characters; sci-fi salvage team) see Space-ship Hercules).
  • Kelly, John (series character; WW2 Far East) see Kelly's Kites.
  • Kelly, Marine Mike (WW2 RN; series character) see River Rats, The
  • Kelly, Ned (factual; Australian bushranger) see
    
                
    
    
  • Kelly's Kites (series character; WW2 Far East; featuring American schoolmaster John Kelly; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Kennedy##, ‘Killer’ (series characters; WW2 RN; featuring Lieutenant-Commander "killer" Kennedy; Midshipman, later Sub-Lieutenant Bill Doyle; various artists).
    
    
    
  • Ken (series; adventure) see Iron Three, The.
  • Kenny Carter’s Kayo Kids (sport; boxing; featuring Kenny Carter; story originally appeared in the Hornet?; artist not known).
    
     
    
  • Kent, Tom Constable (series characters; police) see Emergency Squad.
  • Kent Kept On Fishing (WW2, RAF Air-Sea Rescue) S1982.
  • Kenton, Simon (factual; title - The Scourge of the Shawnees; late 18th century American army scout's story; artist not known) 528.
  • Kenyon, Jeff (series character; sport; football) see Team of Silent Strangers, The.
  • Kerby, Josh (series charactere; sport; football) see Good-For-Nothing Goalie, The.
  • Kerr, Don (series character; sci-fi) see Urnaks Are Coming, The.
  • Kevin, Tim (series character; WW2 Army) see Claws.
  • Keys to the Kingdom (series characters; Middle Ages; featuring Leo; Sandar - a Soothsayer; Kingdom of Wessia overrun by the evil Stanians; artist Alonso).
    
    
    
  • Khaki Crooks, The (series characters; WW2 Army; featuring Privates Percy Lester; Lenny Mole; Mush Coggins; Captain Jordan; artist not known).
    
    
    
    
  • Khan, Risaldar Ali (series character) see
  • Cleverty's Scouts (North-West Frontier, India; WW1)
  • Khan's Man, The (series characters; present day adventure in the North-West Frontier, India; featuring Sergeant Johnny Riggs; Ali Ram; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Kid of the Clattering Keys, The (series characters; text; Australian themed story; overland telegraph; featuring Lin Farrell; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Kid Clout Tennis Ace (series characters; sport; tennis; featuring Banji; Hagasake; Ted Maklin; artist not known).
    
    
     
  • Kid Was a Killer, The (factual; western biography of William Bonney, better known as Billy the Kid; artist not known) 555.
  • Kidd, Fred 'Cannonball' (series characters; sport; football) see School Boy Wonders.
  • Kidd, Tom (series character; school boy adventures) see Gorilla Gang.
  • Kill, Kill For Kali! (series characters; Victorian 19th century India army adventure; featuriing Sergeant-Major John Chard; Sergeant Arjam; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Kill or Die! (series characters; WW2 Army; featuring Corporal Jim Bradley; injected with poison must kill a top British General or die; artist Watson).
    
    
    
  • Killer, The (western; complete one page story; arguement over water; artist Bleach) 1299.
  • Killer Kelvin (WW2 RN; complete story; featuring Lieutenant Mick Kelvin; artist not known; Kelvin has a reputation of having Motor Torpedo Boats under his command, being destroyed in action; one page partial colour) S1989.
  • ‘Killer’ Kennedy see Kennedy, ‘Killer’
  • Killer's Kin (series character; western; featuring Danny McCoy; artist Kearon).
    
    
    
  • Killing of the Konigsberg (WW1; East Africa ) 1966
  • Killing of Matt Brady, The (adventure; mid-19th Century Tasmania; complete story; artist Alonso) S1968, col. (first page only).
  • King Cat's Revenge, The (complete story; text; African themed story; artist not known) 469.
  • King of the Keelboats (series characters; late 19th Century; Mississippi River, USA; featuring Mike Fink; artist Sutherland; note - Mike Fink appears in the Steamboat Jim series, issue 337).
    
    
    
  • King, Charlie (series characters; WW2 schoolboy adventure; glasses reflect past military stories when looked through) see Glasses of Glory.
  • King, Jim (series character; sci-fi) see Urnaks Are Coming, The.
  • King Huggins (series character; late 19th century Pacific sea adventure; Australian; featuring Hurricane Huggins; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Kite, Corporal (series character; army humour; text) see Strange Case of Corporal Kite, The.
  • Kittyhawk's Last Kill (WW2 RAF; complete story; text; ground attack on stationary tanks; artist not known) 302; RP 767 (artist Coleman?)
  • Kline, Captain (series character; sci-fi) see Star Seekers.
  • Knobkerrie Raid, The (factual; WW1 Australian Army; June 1916; raiding German trench using Knobkerries; Armentiers, France; Captain Maitland Foss; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist Farrugia) 519.
    
    
    
  • Knockout!, It’s (factual; sport; boxing photographs) 1979.
  • Kon-Tiki, The Story of the (factual; title - 4,000 miles by raft; six Scandinavians set out on a raft from Peru to Polynesian Islands; making the journey between April and August 1947; artist Holroyd?) 592.
    
    
    
  • Konig, Max (series character; adventure) see Rule of the Gun.
  • Krantor (series character; early 18th Century, crooked travelling showman) see Slaves of the Evil Eyes.
  • Kubal the Great (series characters; sport; show jumping; featuring Kubal, a horse; Hugh Warner; Jack Yeomans; Sam Dent; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
    
    
    
     
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  • Lacey Had the Last Laugh! (WW2 RAF; complete story; RAF pilot shot down and escaping as a German soldier; artist not known) 479.
  • Lacey, Trooper Tim (series character) see Man in the Brazen Mask, The.
  • Lambton worm and Other Legends of Long Ago (factual; artist Ted Rawlings).
  • Lame Duck, The (factual; WW2 Merchant Navy; tanker Ohio en route Malta; front/back cover story) 1973.
    
    
    
  • Lancer Laughed Last!, The (Indian Mutiny; 19th Century; artist Rawlings) 1974.
  • Lang, Johnny (WW2 China; adventure) see White Tiger, The.
  • Larkin's Luck (complete story; WW2 Army; can trooper Larkin escape with a vital secret; artist not known) 1461.
  • Larsen, Hork (sci-fi; series character) see Hork the Hunter.
  • Last Battle of the Flying Barrel, The (WW2 RAF; complete story; text; RAF fighting in out-of-date Buffaloes against Japanese Zero's; artist not known) 297.
  • Last Battles of the Sioux, The (factual; story of the battles of Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull; American West 1870's; artist not known) 490.
  • Last Bombs of B-Baker, The (WW2 RAF; complete story; text; a mission to bottle the German tanks in a Greek Gorge; artist not known) 298.
  • Last British Boy in Singapore, The (series characters; WW2 guerrillas; Far East themed story; featuring Alan Shard; Jem Shard; artist Farrugia).
    
    
    
  • Last Chance (complete story; adventure; ex-pupil of Gallery Trust prepares orphan boys for a sea-going trade; artist Bleach) 1990.
  • Last Chance For Action (complete story; WW2 RAF; pilot Wilf Knowles destroys a German U-Boat submarine; artist not known) 593.
  • Last Commando, The (WW2 Army; series characters; escape from occupied Europe; featuring Sergeant Bill Blake; Piet; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Last Flight of S for Sugar (WW2 RAF; complete story; artist Philpotts) 440; RP 1129.
  • Last Flight of the Zero Ace, The (complete story; text; WW2 POW; Far East; artist not known) 452.
  • Last Kamikazes, The (WW2 RAF; complete story; Sept. 1945; Far East; stopping Japanese suicide pilots; artist Coleman) 595.
  • Last Longship, The (WW2 Commandos) 1983.
  • Last of the Lance Chargers, The (WW1 Army; factual; River Arne, Belgium; 7th Sept. 1914; 9th Lancers; artist Sutherland) 297.
  • Last Plane From Crete, The (WW2 RAF; complete story; text; Sunderland escaping from German forces in Crete; artist not known) 303.
  • Last Roaring Year of Mud and Blood (series characters; WW1 army) see Millar, Bob.
  • Last Shoot, The (factual; last artillery shoot by the AyrshireYeomanry on a German column crossing the River Po, Italy; front / back cover story; artist Coleman) 574.
    
    
    
  • Last Six Hundred, The (series characters; sci-fi; poisonous ferns have invaded Earth, except for Portland Island, off the coast of Britian; animals have also increased in size; featuring Tom Stone; Pierce the Hunter; artist Marie?).
    
    
    
  • Last Stand of the Modoc Men (factual; western; Modoc Indians make a last stand against the U.S. Cavalry; American West, 1848; artist not known) 915.
  • Last Tank in France, The (series characters; WW1 Army; featuring ?; artist Garcia?).
    
    
    
  • Latrobe, Paul (sci-fi; Canadian themed story) see Fear From Farthest Space, The.
  • Laughing John or in french Jean-Qui-Rit (friend of the Red MacGregor) see Red MacGregor.
  • Launch That Walked to Safety!, The (complete story; WW2 RAF Air-Sea Rescue; text; launch escaping from a German E-Boat; artist not known) 471.
  • Laurentis, Lord Lancelot (series character; sport; athletics) see Toff of the Track, The.
  • Laydon, Race (series character; animal hunter stories) see Hounds of the Hunter.
  • Leap of the Long Lances (complete story; Canadian western; Indian scout Jeb Turner; artist not known) 1989.
  • Leaping Tiger, The (WW2 Army; series characters; Far East adventure; featuring Lal Chari, a young boy's fight to live up to his father's Victoria Cross; artist Alonso).
    
    
    
  • Lee (series; secret service) see Dylan's Desperate Mission.
  • Lee, Huang (series character; WW2 Army) see Men From The Black Volcano, The.
  • Lee, Peng (series character; WW2 Army, Far East) seeJoe Coleman's Guerrillas.
  • Lee, Steve (series character; sport; football) see Sleeping Beauty, The.
  • Legend of Morro, The (18th century RN) 1981
  • Legion of the Lost (series characters; WW1 army deserters; featuring Captain Forbes; Sergeant Lackery Wood; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Legless Wonder, The (factual; story of Colin Hodgkinson who lost both legs during WW2 with the RAF, but continued to fly and fight; after the war became a jet pilot; artist Bevan) 497.
    
    
    
  • Lennox, Bill (series character; police; Australia) see Johnny Hop.
  • Leo (series character; Middle Ages) see Keys to the Kingdom.
  • Lester, Percy (WW2 Army) see Khaki Crooks, The.
  • Lets Go Fly a Kite. (factual; artist unknown) S1969, col.
  • Lewis, Fred (series character) see Star-Spankled Banger, The (series character; humour)
  • Licence to Steal! (WW2; art collectors; series characters; artist (P); featuring Jimmy Valentine; Warder Baggot)
    
    
    
  • Lifeline, The (complete story; WW2 Germans plan to blow up a bridge in Italy, to stop the British advance, a young Italian boy stops them; artist not known) 1022.
  • Lightning Linesman, The (sport; football) 1973
  • Limp Along Leslie (series characters; sport; football; featuring Leslie Thomson; Darbury Rangers; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Lincolnshire Poacher, The (series character; English Civil War, mid seventeenth century; text; featuring Dick Hartshore; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Lindon, Squadron Leader Bob (series character; giant eagle; adventure) see Talons of Vengeance, The.
  • Line Shooter, The (series; WW2 RAF) see Middlemarsh.
  • Littler, Captain (factual; WW1 Australian Army; 1916; Battle of Somme; story of soldier with rheumatism; no medals awarded; artist Ted Rawlings) 1059.
  • Liverpool Red (series character; sci-fi) see Ninety-nine Deadly Days, The.
  • Llewellyn is Lost (series characters; WW2 Army; Llewellyn refers to a goat; featuring Corporal Davie Jones; Private Ken Roberts; who are Regimental mascot keepers of the goat; artist Garcia?).
    
    
    
  • Locke, The Name is (series character; text; adventure; featuring Sam Locke; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Locke of the Legion (adventure; Africa ; artist Rawlings) 1977
  • Loco’s of Long Ago (factual) 1965.
  • Logan Family (series characters; Pa, Ma, Barry, Susan and Pip; show business wild west family adventure see Roll-Along Logans, The.
  • Logan's Last Grenade (WW2 army; artist Vicente Ibáñez Sanchis) S1977, col.
  • Logan’s Last Season (sport; football) 1981.
  • Loki (series characters; sci-fi salvage team) see Space-ship Hercules).
  • Loman, Captain (series character) see Steamboat Jim (series character; western; 19th Century; steamboats).
  • Lone Avenger, The (WW2 RAF; true story) 1979.
  • Lonely Exile of Naik Nakam, The (factual; WW2 Army; Gurkhas; 07th January, 1942; hiding from Japanese troops at Impah, Malaya, as he was suffering from Malaria; hid in jungle until 1949; artist Coleman) 459.
    
    
    
  • Lonely War of Sergeant Smith, The (series characters; WW2 Army, Far East; featuring Sergeant Smith; artist Leo Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Long Drive, The (early 19th Century; moving a small flock of sheep from England to Australia; featuring Jason Drew; Randy the dog; Drew Senior, Jason's Dad; artist Marti).
    
    
    
  • Long, Hard Row, The (series character; sport; rowing; text; featuring Ted Whiting; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Long, Sapper Lofty (WW2 Army Royal Engineers) see Sands of Sudden Death, The.
  • Long Escape, The (series characters; WW2 resistance / escaping POW's; featuring Sergeant Paddy Johnson; Professor Wallace; artist Coleman).
    
    
    
  • Long Haul to Mongpen, The (series characters; WW2 Army; Far East themed story; featuring Sergeants Slater; Nixon and Wallis; artist Sanchis).
    
    
    
  • Long Trail to Flodden Field, The (series characters; 16th century adventure, court of King Henry VIII; featuring Sir Ralph de Wilton; Robert Marmion, Earl of Fontenaye; artist Farrugia).
    
    
    
    
  • Lonnegan, Sergeant (series; WW2 Army) see Union Jack Jackson. G.I O'Bannion (U.S. Marines)
  • Look Before You Leap! (factual; WW2 Army; Sept. 1944; "C" Company, 2nd/7th Battalion, The Queen's Royal Regt. attacking Ceriano Ridge, Italy; Capt. Saunders; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist Coleman) 419.
    
    
    
  • Look For the Green Lizard see Green Lizard, Look For The.
  • Look of a Fighting Man, The (factual; artist unknown) S1968, col.
  • Lord of the Hammer see Hammer Man, The
  • Lord Nemo's Champion (series characters; sport; bare-fist boxing; featuring Mel Danoza; Lord Nemo; Bob Warner; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Lord of the Rifle Brigade (complete story; Napoleonic War 1812; Lieutenant Johnny Lord (despatch rider), rode with plans smuggled out of Badajoz to the Duke of Wellington; artist Leo Rawlings) 353; RP 950.
    
    
    
  • Lord of the White Highlands (series character; kenya; writer J.T. Edson; artist not known; featuring Lord Delamere).
    
    
    
  • Lord of the Yukon (humour; artist, C.D. Bagnall; featuring Constable Eustace 'Thumbs' Lord).
     
    
    
  • Lord Harry Crandall-Smythe (series character) see Toughest Toff in Town.
  • Lord Plimpton (WW2; Bones’s posh boss) see Bones, Joe
  • Loring, Larry (series character; text; fire-fighting Canadian adventure) see Flying Fire-Truck, The.
  • Lorrimer, Professor (series character; sci-fi; text; adventure) see Revolt of the Dogs.
  • Lost Armour of Arrow Island (series; adventure, locating an ancient suit of armour; Pacific Ocean; artist Rawlings; featuring Lem Cleeve).
    
    
    
  • Lost Patrol, The (WW2 Chindits; complete story; Privates Tom Trace & Joe Hamblin; artist Alonso) 1987.
  • Lost Warriors of Tartary, The (series characters; 1930's adventure - building a railway in Mongolia; featuring Iron Haig; Swat Lewis; artist Alonso).
    
    
    
  • Lost World, The (series characters; sci-fi; featuriing Ben Prevo; series in col.; artist Alonso?; Para-medics searching for two lost boys in a cave system in Arizona, America.
    
    
    
  • Low Level Attack (factual; WW1 Royal Flying Corp; Spring 1918; Canadian Captain Billy Baker, leading a raid on Austrian Army H.Q. in Italian town of San Vito; front / back cover story; no medals awarded; artist Bagnall) 360.
     
    
    
  • Low Level Attack (factual; WW1 Royal Flying Corp; 67 (Australian) Squadron, Palestine; one of the strangest bombing attacks of WW1 made by Captain Ross Smith; artist Philpotts) 240.
  • Low, Sergeant Johnny (WW2 RN; series character) see River Rats, The
  • Lowe, Benjamin (series character; sport; tennis) see Bill and Ben: The Fighting Tennis Men.
  • Luck of the Logans (series characters; North-West Frontier story; featuring ?; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Lucky to be Alive! (factual; WW2 RAAF; 06th July, 1945; No. 76 Squadron; Squadron Leader P.B. Jones, shot down over Borneo and his escape; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist Shone).
    
    
    
  • Lumsden of the Guides (series character; Indian Mutiny; Victorian Army) 1985
  • Lycidas the Spartan (series characters; ancient themed story; can Lycidas become a Spartan soldier?; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Lydd, Bert (series character; 1870's America; mining; western) see Hammer Man, The.
     
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  • Mr. Digby Comes to Town (text story; story about cats) 1973.
  • Mr. Samson's Secret (series character; sport; bare fist fighting; featuring Dr. Armstrong; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Macdonald, Jamie (series character; Scotland 18th Century) see Follow the Deadly Dirks.
  • MacGregor, Red (series character; Scottish outlaw) see Red MacGregor (series character; Scottish outlaw).
  • Macmillan, Kirkpatrick 'Pate' (factual; inventor of the bicycle) see Bicycle story.
  • McBride, Heck (series character; western) see Dot-Dash Gunfighter, The.
  • McCoy, Danny (series character; western) see Killer's Kin.
  • McGraw Butch (series character; secret service; member of an elite British Intelligence anti-terrorist team) see Force Five!
  • McGuire, Petty Officer Joe (series character; WW2 RN; Vikings fighting the Germans) see Battleberg, The.
  • McKay, Harry (series character) see Have Plane - Will Fly (adventure; flying; pilots for hire).
  • McKenzie, Alec (series character; North-West Canada; adventure) see Crimson Otter, The.
  • McTavish, P.O. (WW2 RAF; series) see Ice-Cold Alec.
  • Macalpine, Jim (series character; text; fire-fighting Canadian adventure) see Flying Fire-Truck, The).
  • Mace, Jem (series character; sport) see Gypsy Jem.
  • Macey, Alec (series character) see Volts of Vengeance.
  • Magnetic Mine, The Men Who Beat The (factual; WW2 RN; Chief Petty Officer Baldwin & Lieutenant Commander J.G.D. Ouvry learned how to defuse Germany's Magnetic Mine; artist Bevan?) 371.
    
    
    
  • Mailey, Clint (series character; text; western) see Old Man Mailey's Mule.
  • Maitland, Sergeant Ted (series characters; WW2 army; British tank crew fighting behind enemy lines with Arab allies) see Riddle of the Rocks, The.
  • Maklin, Ted (series character; sport; tennis) see Kid Clout Tennis Ace.
  • Malan, Squadron Leader "Sailor" (WW2 RAF; factual; 18th/19th Jun. 1940; No. 74 Squadron; shoots down two night bombers; front/back cover story; artist not known) 1238.
  • Malta# WW2 stories (factual) see
    
    
    
  • Mad Match at Mugglesham! (sport; cricket; humour; artist Bert Vandeput). S1972; col.
  • Maddox, Nick (series character; present day adventure) see Rescue Squad.
  • Maggot’s War (WW2 RN) 1981.
  • Magic Gun of Dingiswayo, The (complete story; 19th century story about the Umtetwa tribe, today's Natal province, Africa; artist not known) 513.
  • Magnus the Muscle Man (series character; sport; weight-lifting; featuring Magnus, Marquis of Melchester; Jack Trafford, sports journalist; artist Kearon).
    
    
    
  • Mahratta Attack (WW2 Army; factual; March 1941; Eritrea, Italy; 9th Indian Brigade, Sikhs; front/back covers story; artist Philpotts?) 286.
  • Making of a Marine, The (series character; present day army, Royal Marines; featuring Harry Clint; "Swede" Machin; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Maldon's Millions (series characters; hunting for treasure; Australian themed story; featuring Bill Dean; Bob Burke; artist Marti).
    
                          
    
  • Man Between the Sticks (series character; sport; football; Westlake Rovers; featuring Joe Silver; artist Vandeput).
     
    
    
  • Man Friday (series character; sport; general) see Crusoe Came to Cambridge.
  • Man in Gabwana, Our see Stone, Mike (series character; secret service).
  • Man in the Brazen Mask, The (series characters; WW1 Australian Light Horse; featuring Sergeant Harry Garrett; Troopers Bluey; Billy; artist Farrugia).
    
    
    
  • Man in The Drink (R.A.F. Air-Sea Rescue) 1974.
  • Man In The Mine, The (series character; WW2 RN; featuring Captain Tom Neilson; artist Diaz? and unknown artist) S1970, col.; 1971; 1982
    
    
  • Man On A Sledge sport; motor-racing) 1973
  • Man On the End of The Rope (complete story; text; fire brigade; artist not known) 358.
  • Man They Called Vassilios, The (factual; WW2 New Zealander Army; Gunner D.C. Perkins organising raids with Creten resistance against Germans; July 1943 onwards) 382.
  • Man Who Killed Dan Jepps, The (complete story; Australian themed adventure; bushrangers; artist not known) 393.
  • Man Who Saved the King, The (complete story; WW1 Army; Captain Simon Kemp saves the Serbian king, artist one of the Holroyd's?) 597.
  • Man Who Saved Rome, The (series characters; ancient Rome; featuring Horatius; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Man Who Would be King (factual; tennis feature on Peter Sampras) S1992.
  • Man With the Big Stick, The (series characters; WW2 Army; featuring Sergeant Bill Frost; artist Leo Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Man With The Donkey, The (factual; WW1 Gallipoli; Simpson, W. Private, 3rd Field Ambulance, Aussie stretcher-bearer; col.).
    
    
    
  • Man-eater! (adventure; tiger hunting India ; artist Marti) 1979.
  • Manhunt! (American Civil War) 1985.
  • Mann, Peter (series; private investigator) see Mann For Hire.
  • Mann, Professor Andrew (series character; sci-fi) see Ninety-nine Deadly Days, The.
  • Mann For Hire (series character; ex-soldier shot in leg during a joint US/UK operation against Colombian Drug Barons; working as a private investigator; various artists none known).
    
    
    
  • Manxman Returns (adventure; artist Kearon) 1972
  • March of the Ants, The (series characters; African adventure; text; featuring Doctor Solomon; Red Ant army; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • March of the Nez Perce, The (factual; the story of the Nez Perce American Indians; American West; artist not known) 512.
  • March of the Prickly Giant (adventure; giant hedgehog; no one main character features in this series ; artist Leo Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Mark of the Traitor (WW2 army; featuring ?; artist Watson?).
    
    
    
    
  • Mark of Zaphrom (series characters; early 19th century adventure; schoolmaster finds he is a Gypsy and local people try to run him out of town; featuring Tom Smiley; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Marlow, Ben (series character; sea-faring merchant captain) see Dragon Flag, The
  • Marlow, Jack (series character; younger brother of Ben, kidnapped by pirates) see Dragon Flag, The
  • Marmont, Roger (series character; 15th century) see Swords of Roger Marmont, The.
  • Marrakul, Luke (Aboriginal character; sci-fi) see Bugaboo, Coming of the.
  • Marshall of Dodge (factual; western; story of Marshal Bill Tilghman; artist Bill Holroyd?) 433.
  • Marshall, John (series character) see Gaunt Hounds Are Out, The.
  • Marshall, Captain Lance (WW2 RN; series character) see River Rats, The.
  • Marshall of Magnon (series character; sci-fi; police; featuring Marshall Leo Masterson; Deputy Marshall Drute Bannon; artist Redondo).
    
    
    
  • Marshall, Pete (series character; sport; motor-racing) see Green Lighting.
  • Marti, Josep see Artists
  • Martin, Barry (series character; secret service; member of an elite British Intelligence anti-terrorist team) see Force Five!
  • Martin, Frank (series character; WW2; secret service) see Three Men in Forbidden Forest.
  • Martin, John (series character; police, Ghost Squad; text) see 'Tec Nobody Knows, The.
  • Martin, "Rhino" (series characters; African adventure) see Hermits of Gorilla Island, The.
  • Mascot For The Forty-ninth (complete story; WW2 Army; artist Vandeput).
  • Mascots of the Fighting Forces (factual; British Armed Forces mascots; artist unknown) S1976, col.
  • Masefield, Tony (series, each an individual story, where athletes attempt famous feats of the past) see Masterworks of Sport.
  • Mason, Joe (series character; holiday coach tour across Africa) see Jungle Bus, The.
  • Mason, Lieutenant Dick (series character) see Cleverty's Scouts (North-West Frontier, India; WW1).
  • Master of the Bats (adventure radio ham) 1972.
  • Master Gunner, The (series character; War of the Roses, 15th Century; featuring Cade Crozier, Dickon; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Masters, Harry (series character; WW2 secret Service in occupied France;see Big Act, The.
  • Masters, Sub-Lieutenant Sam (series character; WW2 RN; English Channel) see Waggett's War.
  • Masterson, Marshall Leo (series character; sci-fi; police) see Marshall of Magnon.
  • Masterworks of Sport (series, each an individual story, where athletes attempt famous feats of the past; sport; text; featuring Tony Masefield; artist not known, some of the art by Sturrock?).
    
    
    
  • Masts of Menace, The (WW2 Commandos) 1977
  • Matchbox Marvels, The (series characters; WW2 Airborne troops; featuring Flight Lieutenant Jack Napier; artist (P).
    
    
    
  • Maul, Master Bertlemy (series character; 17th century) see Dangerfield: On the King's Service.
  • May, Budsy (series; European Nations Squadron) see Striker's Squadron.
  • Mayblossom, Cuthbert (series character) see Pillow Champ, The.
  • Mayday! (adventure; complete story; present day U.S. Marine Corps Areobatic, the Whistling Tomahawks Team; featuring Lieutenant Jimmy Sugden; artist not known; partial colour) S 1989.
    
    
    
  • Mayne, Major Paddy (factual; title - The Fire Eater of the SAS; WW2 Army; SAS; no medals awarded; Oct. 1943; creating a diversion on east coast of Italy, by capturing the Italian town of Termoli; artist Holroyd?) 680.
    
    
    
  • Mellor, Private Tim (series character; WW2 Army) see Gallopers Go To War, The.
  • Mean Machines (factual; motorbike feature) S 1992.
  • Mechanical Marvels (factual article)
    
    
    
  • Men From The Black Volcano, The (series characters; WW2 Army; featuring Jeff Armstrong; Huang Lee; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Men From Camp Z, The (series; Australian; artist Farrugia; featuring Sergeant Jack Harman; Private Bill Turner).
    
    
    
  • Men In The Barbed Wire Cage, The (WW2 British Prisoner of War camp, Germany; featuring Sergeant-Major Holden; Sergeant McRae; artist Coleman).
    
    
    
  • Men Who Made Canada (factual) 1968.
  • Menace beneath the Waves, The (series characters; WW2 German Navy & RN; midget one man submarine; featuring Commander Roy Barry of HMS Eskimo; Kapitan Von Steiner; Muller; artist Kearon).
    
    
    
  • Menace in Pit 19, The (series characters; Sci-fi; giant moles; featuring Frank Dingwall; artist Smith).
    
    
    
    
  • Menace of the Mudflats (WW2 RN; UXB mine naval experts; complete one issue story; artist Rawlings) 586; RP 1001.
  • Menace of the V1, The (factual; WW2 RAF; stopping the V1 flying bombs exploding in Britain, 1944; artist not known) 234.
  • Mendoza, Daniel (series character; sport; bare knuckle fighting) see Mendoza the Great.
  • Mendoza the Great (series character; sport; bare knuckle fighting; featuring Daniel Mendoza; Manny Morris; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
     
    
    
  • Mercury, an clockwork fencing machine (series; 18th century fencing sword adventure) see Blade of Jonathan Blake, The.
  • Merville Battery, The (WW2 Army; factual; 9th Battalion Parachute Regt. attack on the Merville Battery, D-Day).
    
    
    
  • Message for Mike (text story; adventure.) 1976.
  • Messenger of the Aliens (sci-fi; complete story; aliens come to Marfyn, a Welsh town; artist not known) 669.
  • Mick Muggins (series character; sport; boxing) see Muggins, Mick.
  • Middlemarsh (series; stories about a WW2 R.A.F. airfield and the people based there, in England; a different character is featured each episode; artist Shone).
    
    
    
  • Midford City (football team) see
    
    
    
  • Midget submarines (WW2) see
    
    
    
  • Mike's Misfits (series characters; sport; football; featuring Mike Decker; Jacky Drysdale; Blackwell City Football Club; artist Harding).
    
    
    
  • Millar#, Bob Private, then Corporal, then Sergeant. (WW1 army; series character; various artists as listed below).
    
    
    
  • Miller, Corporal Eric (series character; WW2 RAAF) see Balfour's Battles.
  • Miller, "Dusty" (series character; sport; football; school boy adventures) see Outcasts of St. Oswald's, The.
  • Miller, Terry (series character; sport; football) see Terry's Tornadoes.
  • Midnight Raiders, The (factual; WW2 Royal Marines; 15th April, 1942; attacking a German Wireless station on Kupho Nisi, small island off S.E. off Crete; artist not known) 87.
  • Midshipman Doyle (series character) see Kennedy, ‘Killer’.
  • Mighty Muscles! (Factual humour) 1977.
  • Military## Medal Winners (Note - all stories in the weekly Victor comics are in full colour and appear on the front and back covers. First story appearing on the front and back covers was in issue 2 Lance-Corporal Harman). For key to the medal abbreviations, please see the end of the index. Some front and back stories do not feature a particular person and tell only the events of a particular war event, these have been indexed under the heading Factual Articles. Please also note that not all of the military personnel below received medals for events they were involved in.
    
               
    
    
    
               
  • Barron, Lance-Corporal; (M.M.; WW2 Army; 1st July, 1944; Caen, France attacking a German armoured Division; artist Coleman) 588. RP 1152; artist Garcia?). see also (M.M.). Gorman, Lieutenant John.
    
    
               
  • Barry, Sergeant Bill (D.F.C. and commissioned as an officer; WW2 RAF; Canadian pilot; 147th Flight - a secret radio radar investigation unit; artist Coleman) 758. RP 1281 artist Coleman. see also Sergeants Paulton; Jordon; Vachon; Bigoray; Grant.
    
    
               
  • Barton, Pilot Officer C.J. (V.C.; WW2 RAF; bombs Nuremberg in Germany on his own and then flies plane back to the UK, after crew bale out thinking they had been told to; also avoids hitting houses and ended up crashing the plane and dying; 30th March, 1944; artist Coleman) 748; RP 1571 artist not known; this issue suggests the date was 03rd March, 1944.
    
    
               
  • Barwick, Company Sergeant Major Joseph (M.C.; WW1 Army; 1st Battalion Scots Guards; 25th Oct. 1914; Gheluvelt, Flanders; leadership in face of the enemy; artist Sanchis) 738.
     
    
               
  • Baskeyfield, Lance-Sergeant (V.C.; Ww2 Paratroopers; September 1944, Arnhem; crew commander of a six-pounder gunartist not known) 129.
  • Bates, Corporal Sidney "Basher" (V.C.; WW2 Army; 06th Aug. 1944; Norfolk Regt.; attempting a breakout at Falaise, France; artist Philpotts) 157. RP 712 artist not known).
    
               
               
  • Baxter, Private B.A. (M.M.; WW2 Australian Army; 27th May, 1941; Crete; troops fighting against the Germans; artist Coleman) 455. see also Reiter, Sergeant F.A.
    
    
               
  • Bazalgette, Squadron Leader W. (WW2 RAF; Master Bomber of a Pathfinder Squadron marking a target at Trossy St. Maximen, France on 04th Aug. 1944; artist not known) 103.
  • Bhagat, 2nd Lieutenant Premindra Singh (V.C.; WW2 Indian Army, Bombay Sappers and Miners; clearing an area of mines, in Abyssinia; 1st Feb. 1941; clearing fifty-five miles of mines and countering enemy attacks; artist Kearon?) 736.
    
    
               
  • Bellow, Lieutenant Edward (V.C.; WW1 Army; 7th Canadian Infantry Battalion, holding Keerselaere, Ypres with machines guns until captured; artist Kearon?) 742. RP1274.
    
    
               
  • Bennett, Private (M.M.; WW2 Army; 9th Aug. 1941, near Tobruk, N. Africa; Royal Tank Regt. defending observation Post "Jim" from Italians; artist Sanchis?) 437.
    
    
    
               
  • Benson, Major J.R.E. (no medals awarded; Jan. 1942; "A" Battery, 11th Royal Horse Artillery surrounded in Cyrenaica; walked back to British lines despite both men being injured; artist not known) see also Drage, Lieutenant Quentin.
    
    
               
  • Bentley, Sergeant J.C. 'Buster' (D.C.M.; WW2 Parachute Regt.; Battle of Arnhem, Holland, Sept. 1944; title - The Last Morters at Oosterbeek; artist not known) 346.
  • Beurling, Flight Lieutenant George "Buzz" (D.F.C. and bar note - medal not awarded for this action; WW2 RAF Canadian; 14th Oct. 1942, Malta; aerial combat over Malta; artist not known) 415. RP768 artist Coleman.
    
    
               
  • Bigoray, Sergeant (D.F.M.; WW2 RAF; Canadian pilot; 147th Flight - a secret radio radar investigation unit; artist Coleman) 758. RP 1281 artist Coleman. see also Sergeants Paulton; Barry; Vachon; Jordon; Grant.
    
       
               
  • Bion, Lieutenant W.R. (D.S.O.; Battle of Cambrai; WW1 tanks; 20th Nov. 1917; artist unknown) 259; RP 1014 (artist Watson). (note - RP also features Lieutenant Karl Muller, 108th Field Artillery Regt., German Army; stopped five British tanks).
     
    
               
  • Birchall, Squadron Leader Len; Canadian (D.F.C.; WW2 RAF; early 1942; 413 Squadron; sends a message about a Japanese fleet nearing Sri Lanka before being shot down; artist Coleman) 489. RP 1080 (artist Coleman); RP 1474; part of the Action Stations! series; artist not known).
        
  • Bishop, Captain T. (M.C.; WW2 Army; 7th Aug. 1943, Sicily; title - The Challenge; artist Bevan?) 337.
  • Bishop, William Avery (V.C.; Ace of Aces; WW1 Royal Flying Corp, biography about, Canadian; artist (P)) 116. see also issue 321 (artist not known); 524 (artist not known).
      
               
  • Blaker, Major F.G. (V.C.; WW2 Army; Highland Light Infantry; Taungni, Burma; attacking a Jap hill; artist Coleman) 309.
  • Blatchford, Flight Lieutenant Howard (DFC; WW2 RAF; Canadian; squadron 257; 11th November 1940; fighting Italian fighters over Malta; artist Shone) 1064.
  • Boles, 2nd Lieutenant Hoskins (no medal awarded; WW1 RFC; 19th May, 1015; photographing German lines on Hill 60, France; artist Sanchis?) see Military Medal Winners 1136.
    
    
               
  • Bolton, Sergeant H.C. (M.M.; WW1 British Army; Arras, France; 20th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers; dealing with a troublesome German sniper; artist not known) 729.
  • Booth, Corporal (D.C.M.; WW2 army/navy; SAS; submarine Torbay cruising in Aegean Sea acting as extra machine-gunner; Dec. 1941; artist not known) 1030.
  • Borain, Private Dennis (M.M.; WW2 South African Army; 2nd Royal Durban Light Infantry; escaping from Tobruk, N. Africa; 20th June, 1942; artist Albert Holroyd) 713. see also Spear, Corporal Charlie; Goldman, Sergeant "Goldie".
    
    
               
  • Bordon, Private Bill (no medal awarded; WW1 Army; South Lancs Regt. Mons; artist Philpotts; title - The Mill) 365.
  • Bourne, Lieutenant (no medals awarded; WW1 RAF; 23rd June, 1918; Bourne climbed onto wing to release a stuck bomb, whilst Kingsford kept the plane level; artist Sanchis) see also Kingsford, Lieutenant 1070.
    
    
    
               
  • Boyd, Tom Lieutenant RN D.S.O. (Fistful of Gongs – true story; WW2) 1984.
  • Boyle, Lieutenant-Commander (V.C. WW1 RN; commander of submarine E.14, sinking Turkish ships in the Sea of Marmara, April 1915; artist Bagnall?) 134.
  • Bradbury, Captain (V.C.; WW1 Army; 'L' Battery, Royal Horse Artillery; 1st Sept. 1914; retreating from Mons; artist not known) 312.
    
    
               
  • Bradford, Lieutenant (no medals awarded; WW2 RN; 28th Nov. 1941; two MGB's lost in the English Channel, found and rescued two Belgians from a boat; artist Sanchis) 528; RP 1092 artist Garcia?. see also Leaf, Lieutenant.
    
        
               
  • Bradford, Lieutenant Commander D. (no medals awarded; WW2 RN; 06th June, 1944; 55th Flotilla, La Havre destroying German mine laying ships; artist Garcia?) 769.
    
    
               
  • Breeze, Lance Corporal (D.C.M.; WW1 Army; Aug. 1916; 6th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regt.; Sulva Bay, Dardonelles; rescuing wounded troops threated by a bush fire; artist Farrugia) 480. see also Hansen, Captain P.H. (V.C.) RP 1061.
    
    
               
  • Brewer, Petty Officer George (medal awarded, but not mentioned; WW1 RN; 08th Dec., 1914; naval action against German fleet, near the Falkland Islands; artist Shone) 533. see also Allen, Captain J.D. (medal awarded, but not mentioned).
    
    
               
  • Briggs, Squadron Commander (D.S.O. & Cross of the Legion of Honour (French); attack on a German's Zeppelin fleet at Freidrichshafen 21st Nov. 1914; artist not known) 1139.
    
    
               
  • Brody, Lance-Corporal Jack (M.M.; WW2 Army; Cameron's of the 51st Highland Division; July, 1943; Sicily; saving wounded soldiers after an ambush, whilst under enemy fire; artist Philpotts) 557.
    
    
               
  • Brown, Corporal Walter (V.C. & D.C.M.; WW1 Australian Army; JUne 1918; capturing 11 German soldiers and officer on his own; also fought in Far East during WW2; artist Coleman) 462.
    
    
               
  • Brown, Private "Topper" (M.M.; WW2 army; Burma 1941; column established an airbase called "Broadway"; wounded fighting Japs; artist Coleman) 482; RP 1063.
  • Brownlow-Rea, Captain (M.C.; 81st Light Regt. Royal Artillery forward observer, wounded but fought on; 21st April, 1945; artist not known) 1069.
  • Brunt, Captain J.H.C. (V.C.; WW2 Army; 09th Dec. 1944; Sherwood Foresters; defending a position north of Florence, Italy; artist not known) 230.
  • Budgen, Captain G.D.A. (M.C.; WW2 Army; 9th Sept. 1944; 13th Regt Royal Horse Artillery, Belgium; artist Coleman) 571; RP 1147.
  • Bull, Staff-Sergeant (no medal awarded; WW2 Army; 02nd Oct. 1944; Hill 3069, near Letsegan, Burma; 5th King's African Rifles; clearing the Japanese from the hill; artist Alonso) 662 RP 1224 artist not known).
    
    
               
  • Bullock, Flight Lieutenant T. (no medal mentioned; WW2 RAF; 08th Dec. 1942; Liberator aircraft from 120 Squadron; flying from Iceland; attacked
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  • Bundock, Major (D.S.O.; WW2 Army; 19th July, 1944; 2nd Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regt.; Cuillerville Wood, France; artist Alonso) 776.
  • Burridge, Lieutenant (no medals awarded, but mentioned in despatches; Sept. 1944; No.2 Troop 11th Hussars sent to protect a bridge in Belgium, which they did, only to watch it being destroyed later in the day by the Royal Engineers!; artist not known) 772.
    
               
  • Burton, Private R.H. (V.C.; WW2 Army; Duke of Wellington's Regt; 8th October, 1944; Monte Ceco, Italy; artist Shone) 226.
  • Byrne, Trooper (M.M.; WW2 Australian Army; 19th June, 1941; Australian cavalry squadron; Syria; rescuing a damaged tank; artist Shone) 551. see also Carstairs, Sergeant.
    
    
               
  • Cadwell, Squadron Leader "Grid" (no medals awarded; WW1 RAF; Sept. 1918; plane damaged in flight, starts spinning; controls spin by climbing out onto the wing, survives the crash; artist not known; front / back cover story) 986.
    
    
               
  • Cairns, Lieutenant G.A. (V.C.; WW2 Army; 13th March, 1944; South Staffordshire Regt.; attack on Japanese position near Henu Block, Burma; artist Sutherland) 179.
  • Calistan, Sergeant Charlie (M.M. & D.C.M.) was commissioned in the field; WW2 Army; 27th Oct. 1942; 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade, holding Kidney Ridge, El Alamein, North Africa; artist (P)) 174. RP 644 (artist not known). See also Turner, Lieutenant-Colonel V.B (V.C.).
    
               
               
  • Callaway, Lieut-Commander A.M. (D.S.O.; WW2 RN; 04th Oct. 1941; armed trawler Lady Shirley attacked a U-Boat near Canary Islands; artist Coleman) 156 RP 804 (artist Harding).
    
    
               
  • Cameron Highlanders attack on Keren Ridge, Abyssinia. No medals listed. (WW2 Army, 4th Feb. 1941) 61.
  • Cameron, Lieutenant RNR (v.C.; WW2 RN; 22nd Sept. 1943; crew of midget submarine X-6, damaged German battleship, Tirpitz in Alten Fiord, Norway; artist not known) 85.
  • Campbell, Flying Officer Kenneth (V.C.; WW2 RAF; 06th April, 1941; attacking the German battle-cruiser Gneisenau in French harbour, Brest; artist not known) 210. RP 722 artist Coleman.
    
               
  • Campbell, Brigadier Jack (V.C.; WW2 Army; Nov. 1941; Libya; artist Josep Marti) 635. RP 1200.
  • Campbell, Lieut. Fred (V.C.; WW1 Army; 1st Canadian Battalion; June 1915; Canadians holding the line at Givenchy, Flanders; artist Coleman) 474. see also Vincent, Private Harry (D.C.M.).
    
    
               
  • Campbell, Lieutenant-Commander J.O. (D.S.O.; WW2 RN; commander of the gunboat The Aphis; 17th Dec. 1940; shelling Italian-held port of Bardia, North Africa; artist Shone) 175.
    
    
               
  • Cantopher, Captain J.K. (George Medal; London Irish Guards; 27th Sept. 1940; for capturing a German bomb-sight from a crashed German plane; Graveney Marsh, England; artist Sanchis) 645.
    
    
               
  • Carroll, Private S.L. (M.M.; WW2 Australian Army; 12th June, 1941; escape from Crete in an old fishing boat; artist Sanchis) 438 RP 1028.
  • Carson, Sergeant A.L. (D.C.M. also a holder of M.M.; WW1 & 2 Australian Army; 2/2nd Battalion Pioneers 1915 rescuing wounded whilst under fire in both World Wars; note - won the same medals in WW2; artist Josep Marti) 617. RP 1160.
    
               
  • Carstairs, Sergeant (M.M.; WW2 Australian Army; 19th June, 1941; Australian cavalry squadron; Syria; rescuing a damaged tank; artist Shone) 551. see also Byrne, Trooper.
    
    
               
  • Carter, Company Sergeant-Major Nelson Victor (V.C.; WW1 Army; Royal Sussex Regt. attacking German trenches at Richebourg L'Arove, Flanders;
    
    
               
  • Chambers, Corporal A. (M.M.; WW2 Army; 15 / 19 Hussars; Germany, April, 1945; destroying a German artillery gun; artist Coleman) 488.
  • Chapman, Corporal C. T. (V.C.; WW2 Army; Monmouthshire Regt.; 2nd April, 1945; Germany; artist unknown) 246 RP 1233.
  • Chapman, Colonel F. spencer (DSO; WW2 Army; in charge of Guerrilla school in Malaya, when Japanese troops attacked, 1941, also operated
    
    
                
  • Charlton, Guardsman E.C. (V.C.; WW2 Army; Irish Guards; 21st April, 1945; holds up German attack in the village of Wistedt; dies from wounds; artist Alonso) 707; RP published as a one page story under Action Stations, 1547.
    
    
                
  • Chheosing, Lance Naik Gurung (M.M.; WW2 2/1st Gurkha Rifles; 06th Feb. 1942; Singapore; rescuing of wounded Gurkhas from an on fire ammunition magazine; artist Alonso) 434; RP 1011.
    
    
                
  • Child, Lieutenant J. (M.C.; WW1 RFC; 29th Dec. 1915; on reconnaissance flight over Cambrai, N. France when attacked by six Fokker monoplanes led by German aces Boelcke & Immelmann; artist not known see also Douglas, Lieutenant S. ) 245.
               
    
               
  • Chorlton, Guardsman E.C. (V.C.; last V.C. won of European campaign; WW2 Army/tanks; Irish Guards; 21st April, 1945; attacking Wistedt village,
    
    
               
  • Christian, Private H. (V.C.; WW1 Army; 2nd Battalion Royal Lancaster Regt.; Battle of Loos; Sept. 1915; Christian carried wounded men back to safety, whilst under enemy fire; also acted as a look-out for incoming bombs; artist not known) 1057.
    
    
               
  • Christie, Major George (D.S.O.; WW1 Army; Second battle of Ypres; May 1915; 9th Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders; held their trench against German attacks; including Germans attempting to trick their way into the Scotsman's trenchs dressed as Cameron Highlanders; artist Philpotts) 641.
    
    
               
  • Christmas, Private Willy (M.M.; WW1 Tanks; Flanders; supply tank hit, ended up going round in a circle devasting German defences; artist Alonso) 493.
  • Churchyard, Corporal (no medals awarded; WW1 Army; May 1915; Royal Horse Guards; leading a cavalry charge; artist Ted Rawlings) 670. RP 1214 (artist also Ted Rawlings). see also Levenson-Gower, Captain and Corporal Coffin).
    
    
               
  • Clare, Private (M.M.; 09th Sept. 1937; Northamptonshire Regt. vs. Pathan tribesmen; N.W. Frontier, India; artist Sanchis) 668. RP 1219. see also Letts, Private; Lee, Private).
    
    
               
  • Clarke, Lieutenant W.A.S. (V.C.; WW2 Army; 23rd April, 1943; Tunisia; attacking German position; artist Ted Rawlings) 607; RP 1155 artist not known).
  • Cleasby, Major Thomson. Ambush! (M.C.; WW2 Army; 1st Parachute Brigade; 17th November, 1942; Beja, Tunisia; artist unknown) 268.
  • Cleere, Sergeant (D.C.M.; WW2 Army; 02nd April, 1942; Burma; 7th Hussars; rescuing fellow troopers from a burning tank; artist Alonso) 1065; RP 1461 part of the Action Stations! series; artist not known).
    
    
               
  • Coffee, corporal (M.M.; WW2 Army; "A" Company, 2nd Battalion, Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regt.; 17th Sept. 1944; attacking a German strongpoint in River Ausa, in northern Italy; artist not known) 456; RP 981 (artist unknown); see also Austin, Sergeant G.A.
    
    
                
  • Coffin, Corporal (no medals awarded; WW1 Army; May 1915; Royal Horse Guards; leading a cavalry charge; artist Ted Rawlings) 670. RP 1214 (artist also Ted Rawlings). see also Levenson-Gower, Captain and Corporal Churchyard).
    
    
               
  • Collishaw, Commander Ray (WW1 R.N.A.F.; June 1917, Canadian pilot; no medals awarded; artist Coleman) 342.
  • Connor, Pilot Officer (D.F.C.; WW2 RAF; Sept 1940; pilot of a bomber on fire; see also Hannah, Sergeant; artist Coleman?) 65. RP 636 (artist Bevan).
  • Cookson, Lieutenant (D.S.O.; WW1 RN; 1915; Persia attacking enemy boats blocking river; with a motley collection of British river boats; artist Alonso) 1357. see also Edgar, Commander.
  • Coons, Squadron Leader (D,F,C,; WW2 RAF; Squadron 435 Royal Canadian Air Force; dropping supplies from unarmed Dakotas, Burma; flying low to avoid enemy fighters, hit tree with wing, but managed to still fly the plane back to base; artist not known) 539; RP 1132 artist not known.
    
    
               
  • Corbett, Sergeant (D.C.M.; 07th Dec. 1944; 1st Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps attacked Pideura, Italy helped by Corbett's Sherman tank of the 09th Lancers; artist Sanchis?) 640. RP 1198 artist Sanchis?
    
    
               
  • Corker, Sergeant (D.C.M.; WW2 Army; 107th Regt. Royal Armoured Corps attacking the Siegfried line, Germany, February 1945; attacking Germans tanks even though heavily outnumbered; artist Bevan) 1047.
    
    
               
  • Cosens, Sergeant Aubrey (V.C.; WW2 Canadian Army; 1945; 1st Battalion Queen's Own Rifles; artist not known) 241; RP 1029 artist Garcia; RP inside back pages 1989.
  • Cotton, Lieutenant L. (Army) (M.C.; Stalking the Tiger) S1982.
  • Courtney, Lance-Corporal (M.M.; WW1 Army; Palestine, 1917; Cheshire Regt.; searching for some water, finding it and capturing Austrian HQ troops whilst doing so; artist Leo Rawlings) 496.
    
    
               
  • Cowan, Admiral Sir Walter (story of; fought in the RN during First World War and in the Commandos in the Second World War; artist not known) 1987.
    
    
               
  • Craggs, Sergeant (D.C.M.; WW2 Army, North Malaya, 7th Dec. 1941, combined East Surreys and Leicesters battalion; title The British Battalion; artist Coleman) see also Captain Vickers, Private Graves.
    
    
               
  • Crankshaw, 2nd Lieutenant Tony (M.C.; WW2 Army; 11th Hussars; 23rd Nov. 1941; desert somewhere, N. Africa? locations not mentioned; escaping from Germans using a fishing net; artist Coleman) 756.
    
    
               
  • Crook, Lieutenant J. (no medal awarded; WW2 Army; East Lancashire Regt.; small patrol fighting their way out of an ambush after crossing River Kin Choung, Burma; artist Sanchis?) 601.
    
    
               
  • Cruickshank, Flying Officer J.A. (Jock) (V.C.; WW2 RAF; 17th July, 1944; attacking a submarine off the coast of Norway; artist not known) 202. see also Garnett, Flight Sergeant Jack (D.F.M.).
    
    
               
  • Culley, Flight Lieutenant Stuart (D.S.O.; destroying a German Zeppelin shadowing a British fleet 06th Aug. 1918; part of the Action Stations series; artist not known) 1455.
  • Curtis, J.H.P. (Military Cross; Feb. 1943; 2nd King's Royal Rifle Corps; clearing a passage through a pass to allow the advance to continue to Foum Tatahouine, N. Africa; artist not known; appeared in the Action Stations! series) 1458.
    
    
                
  • Curtis, Private (M.M.; WW1 Army; 5th Battalion, Royal Tank Corp; March 1918; River Somme, Flanders; protecting British retreat; rescuing two injured soldiers from a bridge about to be blown up; artist Coleman) 608.
  • Cutler, Lieutenant A.R. (V.C. WW2 Australian Military Forces, Syria; his exploits between 19th JUne and 06th July, 1941; repairing a telephone wire under fire; leading an attack on an enemy outpost and so on; artist not known) 110.
  • Cunningham, J.? & Rawnsley, (C.F.?; Command Performance; WW2 R.A.F.; no ranks mentioned; 7th May 1941; Squadron 604 night fighters; no medals mentioned; artist unknown) 247.
  • Curtis, D. Flying Officer (D.F.C.; WW2 RAF, attack and destruction of U976, 25th March 1944) 173
    
    
               
  • Daly, Top-Sergeant Dan (medal awarded?; WW1 U.S. Marines; 73rd Machine Gun Company; June 1918; Belleau Wood; artist not known) 714.
  • Davies, Captain Herbert (medal?; WW1 Army; Flanders 1915; 8th Company, Royal Warwickshires; going out into No Man's land on his own for night patrols; artist Sanchis) 1053.
    
    
     
  • Dawson, Private (M.M.; WW2 Army; 6th King's Own Scottish Borderers; Sept. 1944; crossing a canal on the Dutch-Belgian border; Dawson and another sniper, Corporal Thomson, helped to defend a house from attacking Germans; artist Sanchis) 591. see also Thomson, Corporal.
    
    
               
  • Deere, Flight Lieutenant Alan (D.S.O., D.F.C. & Bar, although not for these actions; WW2 RAF; New Zealander; July-Aug 1940; three incidents of Deere escaping death during the Battle of Britian; artist Coleman) 400.
    
               
  • Denton, Flying Officer (D.F.C.; 01st January, 1945; Lancaster bombers, no.1 Squadron attacked the Dortmund-Ems Canal, Germany; rescuing and landing of a fire stricken plane. see also Thompson, Flight Sergeant; artist Philpotts) 130; RP 1378.
  • Derrick, Sergeant (V.C.; WW2 Australian Army; Sept. 1943, Finschafen island, New Guinea, South Pacific; artist not known) 17.
  • Dhunni, no first name (Indian Order of Merit; Dhunni acted as a bhisti or water carrier; 45th Rattray's Sikh's; Middle East, July, 1920; fighting Arabs who attacked the Baghdad-Basra railway line; Dhunni had to brave 800 yards through Arab gun fire to bring up water for the troops. Wounded three times, he eventually died of his wounds. A higher authority changed his award to the V.C, but it was never granted; artist Alonso).
    
    
               
  • Dimmer, Lieutenant John (V.C.; WW1 Army; 2nd King's Royal Rifle Corps Machine Gun section in battle fighting off German advance at Klein, Zillebeke, Belgium; artist Coleman). RP 1182 (artist not known).
    
    
               
  • Din, Naik Fazal (V.C.; WW2 Indian Army; 02nd March, 1945; 7th Battalion, 10th Baluch Regt.; Meiktila, Burma; routing out concealed Japanese soliders in a village; artist Ted Rawlings) 726.
    
    
    
               
  • Dobson, Commander Claude (V.C.; post WW1 RN; 17/18th Aug. 1919; attacking Bolshevik Russian ships at Kronstadt, Petrograd Bay; artist Coleman) 457. see also Steele, Lieutenant. Gordon.
    
    
               
  • Donnini, Private Dennis (V.C.; WW2 Army; Royal Scots Fusiliers; 18th January, 1945 GErmany; youngest soldier to win V.C. during WW2; artist not known) 93. RP 1184 (artist not known).
    
               
  • Dorrell, Battery Sergeant-Major (V.C.; WW1 Army; 'L' Battery, Royal Horse Artillery; 1st Sept. 1914; retreating from Mons; artist not known) 312.
    
    
               
  • Douglas, Lieutenant S. (M.C.; WW1 RFC; 29th Dec. 1915; on reconnaissance flight over Cambrai, N. France when attacked by six Fokker monoplanes led by German aces Boelcke & Immelmann; artist not known see also Child, Lieutenant J.) 245.
    
    
               
  • Dessain, Captain (M.C.; WW2 Army; April, 1940; Green Howards defending Otta, Norway from German attacks; artist not known) 563; RP Garcia) 1098. see also Peacock, Sergeant.
    
    
               
  • Drake, Squadron Leader Billy (no medals awarded; WW2 RAF; 112 "Shark" Squadron; 11th Dec. 1942; Western desert, N. Africa; artist Coleman) 479.
  • Drage, Lieutenant Quentin(no medals awarded; Jan. 1942; "A" Battery, 11th Royal Horse Artillery surrounded in Cyrenaica; walked back to British lines despite both men being injured; artist not known) see also Benson, Major J.R.E.
    
    
               
  • Drain, Private (V.C.; WW1 Army; 37th Field Battery, Royal Field Artillery; retreat from Mons, 1914; saving their guns; artist Ted Rawlings) 596.
    
    
               
  • Driver, Aircraftman Ronnie (D.F.M.; WW2 RAF; 18th Dec. 1939; armed reconnaissance over port of Wilhelmshaven, shot down and his escape; artist Coleman) 460.
  • Driver, Captain Ken (WW2 South African Air Force; 1st Squadron; 14th June, 1941; front / back cover story; no medals awarded; shot down by a German pilot, who risks his life to deliver a message for Driver, to his wife; artist Shone) 915.
    
    
               
  • Duboc, Sergeant (M.M.; WW2 Army; These Men Are Dangerous!; 18th Aug. 1942; Dieppe Raid; Battalion of Fusiliers Mont-Royal, Canada; escape from Germans; artist Coleman) 324.
  • Durrant, T. Sergeant (V.C.;WW2 Commandos, raid on St. Nazaire, 1942; first V.C. won in history to a soldier in a naval battle, fighting off a German destroyer from a motor launch 306; artist not known) 67. RP 1173 (artist not known).
  • Eardley, Sergeant (V.C.; WW2 Army; King's Shropshire Light Infantry; 16th Oct. 1944 Holland; artist, C.D. Bagnall) 191.
  • East, Sergeant (D.S.M.; WW2 Royal Marines; May 1940; Dunkirk; sent to cover the evacuation of Demolition parties at Calais blowing up the docks; artist Shone) 553. see also Mitchell, Sergeant C.G.M.
    
    
               
  • Eaton, Lieutenant Arthur (D.S.O. & French Legion of Honour & Croix de Guerre; WW1 Army; 184th Tunnelling Company; end of 1915; one man patrol to find out what Germans were up to; artist not known) 248.
    
    
               
  • Edgar, Commander (V.C.; WW1 RN; 1915; Commander of H.M.S. Comet; Persia attacking enemy boats blocking river; with a motley collection of British river boats; artist Alonso) 1357. see also Cookson, Lieutenant.
    
    
               
  • Edmondson, Corporal Johnny (V.C.; WW2 Australian Army; 2 / 17th New South Wales Battalion; 13th / 14th April, 1941; Tobruk, N. Africa; first Australian V.C. of WW2; artist not known) 745.
    
    
               
  • Edwards, Corporal (M.M.; WW2 Army; A Company, 1st / 4th King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry; Feb. 1945; near Nijmagen, Holland; artist Ted Rawlings) 914.
  • Edwards, Sergeant (V.C.; WW2 Army; 31st July 1917; 'C' Company, 1/6th Seaforth Highlanders; Battle of Ypres; artist (P); title - A Man with Courage) 358.
  • Edwards, Wing-Commander H.I. (V.C.; WW2 RAF; 04th July 1941; 105 Squadron; daylight raid over German port of Bremen; artist not known) 76. RP631 (artist not known) & 1181 (artist not known).
    
               
  • Elliot, G. Sergeant (V.C.; WW2 Army, New Zealand Military Forces, Egypt 15th July 1942; artist Kearon) 108. RP 1236 (artist Slim).
  • Elliott, Sergeant Keith (V.C.; New Zealand Army; Western Desert; 15th July, 1942; capturing 130 German prisoners; artist Holroyd) 672.
  • Ellis, Corporal (D.C.M.; WW2 Australian Army; 08th Dec. 1942; Gona Creek, New Guinea; attacking Japanese strongpoints; artist Alonso) 398.
  • Ensor, Flight Officer M.A. (no medal awarded for this action, but he finished the war with the D.S.O. & Bar and D.F.C. and bar; WW2 RAF; New Zealander; Jan. 1942; attacked three ships off coast of Germany, was hit, damaged craft by colliding top of rock on island, destroying one wingtip; managed to fly home during a snowstorm; artist Shone 546; RP 1125; artist not known).
    
    
               
  • Ervine-Andrews, Captain (V.C.; WW2 Army; first V.C. won in WW2; East Lancashire Regt. 30th July, 1940 near Dunkirk; artist not known) 52. RP684, (artist not known) & 1228, artist not known.
    
    
               
  • Esmonde, Lieutenant Commander (V.C.; D.S.O.; WW2 RN Fleet Air Arm; 14th Feb, 1942 attack on German battleships Gneisenau, Scharnhorst and Prinz Eugen; artist not known) 62 RP652 & 1226 artist not known for both reprints.
    
    
               
  • Evans, Commander (D.S.O.; WW1 RN; 20th/21st April 1917; Destroyers HMS Swift and Broke engaged six German destroyers; artist Bagnall) 347.
    
    
               
  • Evans, Corporal (no medal awarded; WW2 Army, 1944; 11th Armoured Division, France; scounting ahead before crossing a bridge; artist Farrugia) 560 RP 1123. see also Mellor, Major.
    
    
               
  • Evans, Lieutenant-Colonel L.P. (V.C.; WW1 Army; 17th Oct. 1917; 1st Battalion Lincolnshire Regt.; attacking German trenches, near Polygon Wood, Flanders; Evans led the attack; known as the Man of Steel; artist Coleman) 485.
     
    
               
  • Evans, Guardsman (no medals awarded; WW2 Army; 5/6th November, 1944; Welsh Guards holding a dutch farm in Veulen, Holland against the Germans; artist Coleman; see also Stevenson, Lieutenant D.J.C.) 584; RP 1170.
    
    
               
  • Everett, Lieutenant R.H.W. (D.S.O.; WW2 RNVR; 03rd Aug. 1941; flying a Hurricane from HMS Maplin to attack German aircraft; artist Philpotts) 78.
  • Everett, Sergeant (M.M.; WW2 Army; 1st Battalion Queens Royal Regt.; July 1945; destroying a Japanese machine gun position defending a bridge; artist Sanchis; see also Mullins, Major; Walker, Sergeant) 524.
    
    
               
  • Fegen, Commander E.S.F. (V.C.; WW2 RN; 05th November, 1940; captained Jervis Bay, in engaging the German cruiser Scheer; artist not known) 82. RP 671 (artist Bevan); 1216 (artist not known).
    
               
  • Ferrier, Leading Seaman Alec (Conspicuous Gallantry Medal; WW2 RN; 03rd Jan. 1943; attacking Italian warships in Palermo harbour, Italy; artist Coleman) 750. RP 1276 see also Greenland, Lieutenant Dick (D.S.O.).
    
    
               
  • Finucane, Paddy Wing-Commander (D.S.O., D.F.C.; WW2, Story of Finucane) 126; RP 577 (artist Bevan).
  • Fisher, Lance-Corporal Fred (V.C.; WW2 Army; Canadian; 2nd battle of Ypres, Belgium; 23rd April, 1915; artist Sanchis) 1101.
  • Fleming, Private Harold (M.M.; WW1 Canadian army; Battle fo Vimy Ridge; April 1917; artist not known) 1066 see also Fleming, Quarter-Master; Ray, Sergeant.
    
    
               
  • Fleming, Quarter-Master Sergeant Ray (M.M.; WW2 Canadian army; directed fire onto enemy targets at Battle of Bouchante; Sept. 1944; artist not known) 1066. see also Fleming, Private Harold (relation); Ray, Sergeant.
     
    
               
  • Fortune, Apprentice Harry (British Empire Medal & Lloyds Medal for Bravery at Sea; British Merchant Vessel, S.S. Ascot; 29th Feb. 1944; taking command after the vessel was sunk by a Japanese submarine; artist not known) 717.
    
               
  • Foster, Sergeant (M.M.; WW2 Canadian Army; Oct. 1944; Holland; Royal Regiment of Canada; artist Philpotts) 658. see also Pleasance, Lieutenant.
  • Fouche, Corporal (M.M.; WW2 Army; 09th Oct. 1944; W. desert, N. Africa; S. African armoured car unit; Fouche fought off attacking German fighter; artist Sanchis?) 597. RP 1159 artist not known. Note - 597 issue suggested the year was 1941. Printing error?
    
    
               
  • Fowler, Midshipman Charlie (no medal awarded; WW2 RN; D-Day landings, Normandy June 1944; landing craft; title - Charlie Fowler's First Command; artist Philpotts) 370.
  • Fox, Corporal (D.C.M.; WW2 Army; 8th Battalion Royal Fusiliers, Salerno, Italy 1943; knocking out an enemy tank; artist Sanchis) 737.
  • Fox, Corporal (M.M.; 24th Feb. 1942; Burma; helping to take a life line across the River Sittang under enemy fire to help troops cross the river; artist not known) 495.
    
    
               
  • Francis, Second Lieutenant R.R. (M.C.; WW2 Army; January 1945; Pol, Holland; defending their position from Germans; artist Alonso) 773.
  • Fraser, Lieutenant Ian (VC; WW2 RN; July 1945, Singapore, sinking of Japanese cruiser Takao by midget submarine X-3; artist Philpotts; see also Magennis, Leading Seaman) 32; 825 (artist Coleman).
  • French, Corporal J.A. (V.C.; WW2 Australian Army; 04th Sept, 1942; New Guinea; charging Japanese machine gun posts; artist Coleman) 171; RP 820 (artist not known); RP 1352.
  • Freybreg, Lieutenant Bernard (D.S.O.; WW1 Gallipoli; 24/25th April 1915; New Zealander; distracting Turks under fire; artist (P)) 307.
  • Furness, Lieutenant the Honourable Christoper (V.C.; WW2 Army; 23rd/24th March, 1940; Welsh Guards, gives covering fire to escaping truck convey; artist Farrugia; part of the Action Stations! series) 138. RP 1476.
  • G.I. Joe - the nickname of a WW2 Army American pigeon given to it by British troops (Dicken Medal, an animals V.C.; winter 1943; attacking village of Colvi Vecchia; artist Coleman) 306.
  • Gardner, Captain (V.C.; WW2 Army; 23rd Nov. 1943; Royal Tank Regiment; artist Kearon; title - Desert Rescue) 33.
  • Gardner, Lieutenant Philip (M.C.; WW2 Army; Royal Tank Regt.; Western Desert; rescuing a soldier from a minefield and leading his men to safety through a minefield; artist Josef Marti) 718.
    
    
               
  • Garland, Flying Officer RAF (V.C.; WW2 RAF, 12 Squadron; title - Only One Came Back; see also Gray Sergeant, navigator) 31; also story retold in 1978 annual
  • Garnett, Flight Sergeant Jack (D.F.M.; WW2 RAF; 17th July, 1944; Coastal Command, attacking U-Boat U-347 on the surface, North Sea; artist Alonso 1143) see also Cruickshank, Flying Officer J.A. (Jock).
  • Gatenby, Captain C. (M.B.E.; WW2 Army; New Zealander prisoner escaping from a German P.O.W. camp; Feb. 1944; Italy; artist not known) 478.
  • Gay, Trooper (no medal awarded; WW2 Army; 24th March, 1945; Operation Varsity, 7th Paratrooper Regt.; artist Sanchis) 1116.
  • George, Corporal (D.C.M.; WW2 Army; Nov. 1943; attacked a Japanese patrol and retrieved papers from Japanese officers; artist Alonso) 753 RP 1278 (artist Alonso).
    
    
               
  • George, Sergeant (M.M.; WW2 Army; 1st Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps; 27th Nov. 1944; George captured a number of German troops, whilst attacking the village of Pideura; artist Alonso) 767. RP 1292 (artist Alonso).
    
    
               
  • Gerald, Captain French Air Force (medal not known; The Uhlans are Coming!; WW1 French Air Force; artist not known) 327.
  • Ghale, Subedar Narjang (M.C.; WW2 4th / 1st Gurkhas; whilst clearing Basha Hill of Japanese troops, carried a Captain Green to safety; artist Alonso) 1056.
    
    
               
  • Gibbs, Pat Wing Commander (D.S.O.; Sinking of the San Andrea; WW2 R.A.F.; 30th Aug. 1942; Mediterranean Sea; attacking an oil tanker) 255; RP 794 (artist not known).
  • Gibson, Guy Wing Commander (V.C.; Dambusters, The; WW2 RAF; Moehne and Eder Dam raid, 16th May 1943 inside cover) 1982.
    
    
               
  • Gillet, Sergeant E. (M.M.; WW2 Army; Z Company; King's Somerset Light Infantry; 23rd Nov. 1944; on border between Belguim and Holland charges into a house single-handed to clear Germans out; artist not known) 1366.
    
               
               
  • Goldman, Sergeant "Goldie" (D.C.M.; WW2 South African Army; 2nd Royal Durban Light Infantry; escaping from Tobruk, N. Africa; 20th June, 1942; artist Albert Holroyd) 713. see also Spear, Corporal Charlie; Borain, Private Dennis.
    
    
               
  • Goodman, Staff Sergeant (no medals awarded; repairing a damaged truck under enemy fire and escaping in it; 11th Regt. Royal Horse Artillery; Cyrenaica, N. Africa; artist Sanchis) 1071.
    
    
               
  • Goodwin, Sergeant Frank (mentioned in despatches; WW2 Army; Welsh Guards; 28th May, 1940; led a charge against German positions near Monte Piccolo, Italy; artist Shone) 570.
    
    
               
  • Gordon, Private J.H. (WW2 Army; Australian; 10th July, 1941; attacking "Greenhill", north of Djezzine, Syria; artist Sanchis?) 235.
  • Gorman, Lieutenant John M.C.; (WW2 Army; 1st July, 1944; Caen, France attacking a German armoured Division; artist Coleman) 588. RP 1152; artist Garcia?). see also Barron, Lance-Corporal (M.M.).
    
    
                
  • Gosling, Private (M.M.; WW1 Army; 5th Battalion, Royal Tank Corp; March 1918; River Somme, Flanders; protecting British retreat; rescuing two injured soldiers from a bridge about to be blown up; artist Coleman) 608.
    
    
               
  • Gould, Petty Officer (V.C. WW2 RN; removal of an unexploded bomb from HMS Thrasher, a submarine, near Crete, February 1942; artist not known; see also Lieutenant Roberts) 5. Story retold in 1479 (artist not known; part of the Action Stations! series).
    
    
               
  • Goult, Sergeant A. (DCM; WW2 army; Monte Battaglia, Italy; Oct. 1944; Grenadiers mortar section; replusing a German attack on their position; artist Coleman) 530.
  • Graham, Corporal Stan (M.M.; WW2 Australian Army; New Guinea; 19th Sept. 1943; clearing Japs out of the village of Kaiapit; artist Farrugia) 501.
  • Graham, Lieutenant M.M. (WW2 Australian Army; artist Farrugia) 1058.
  • Grant, Sergeant (D.F.M.; WW2 RAF; Canadian pilot; 147th Flight - a secret radio radar investigation unit; artist Coleman) 758. RP 1281 artist Coleman. see also Sergeants Paulton; Barry; Vachon; Bigoray; Jordon.
    
    
               
  • Gratwick, Private (V.C.; WW2 Army, Australian, 25/26th Oct. 1942, attacking Miteiriya Ridge, Libya, North Africa; artist (P)) 193.
  • Graves, Lieutenant J.D.N. (mentioned in despatches; recommended for the V.C. but didn't receive it; 1st Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, Burma; March 1943; attacked enemy Japanese positions; artist Alonso) 1089.
     
    
               
  • Graves, Private (M.M.; WW2 Army, North Malaya, 7th Dec. 1941; title The British Battalion, combined East Surreys and Leicesters battalion; artist Coleman) see also Captain Vickers, Sergeant Craggs.
              
    
               
  • Gray, Private J. (D.C.M.; WW2 Army; 5th Battalion Seaforth Highlanders; 25th March, 1945; attacking village of Groin, Germany; artist Josep Marti) 610.
  • Gray, Lieutenant R.H. (V.C.; Canadian Navy; 09th Aug. 1945; 1841 (Canadian) Squadron flying from H.M.S. Formidable attacked Japanese shipping in the Bay of Onagawa Wan in Japan; artist Coleman?) 186.
    
               
  • Gray, Sergeant (V.C.; WW2 RAF, 12 Squadron; title - Only One Came Back; see also Garland, Flying Officer, pilot) 31; also story retold in 1978 annual
  • Gray, R.H. Lieutenant RAF (V.C.; Attack in the Bay of Onagawa (WW2 RAF; inside cover) 1985.
  • Greenland, Lieutenant Dick (D.S.O.; WW2 RN; 03rd Jan. 1943; attacking Italian warships in Palermo harbour, Italy; artist Coleman) 750. RP 1276. see also Ferrier, Leading Seaman Alec (Conspicuous Gallantry Medal).
  • Grigg, Major A.N. (no medal awarded; WW2 Army; Nov. 1941; 5th Field Regt. N.Z.; title - The Courage of Major Grigg; artist not known) 366.
  • Gurong, Rifleman Gane (WW1 Army, Gurkha; 3rd Queen's Alexandra's Own) Gurkha Rifles; Neune Chapelle, Flanders, 1915; had to prove their worth in battle which they did by capturing a German trench; artist Josep Marti) 621. RP 1188.
    
    
               
  • Gurung, Bhanbhagta, Rifleman (V.C.; WW2, 2nd Gurkha Rifles, Burma, attack on Snowdon East, 5th March 1945) 115 and inside back cover 1988.
  • Gurung, Havildar Major Manbahadur (Indian Order of Merit; WW2 Gurkhas; 11th Dec. 1941; retreating at Asun, Malaya; saving a injured officer; artist Coleman) 465.
  • Gray, Sergeant RAF (V.C.; Only One Came Back (WW2; RAF) 1978.
  • Grenfell, Lieut. (D.S.O.; WW1 Army; Nov. 1914; 1st (Royal) Dragoons; France; dealing with a German sniper; artist Sanchis?) 452.
  • Grey, Squadron Commander Spenser (D.S.O.; WW1 RNAS; 08th Oct. 1914; attacking Zeppelin sheds at Cologne; artist (P)) 375; RP 950 (artist Shone). see also Marix, Flight-Lieutenant).
    
    
               
  • Gunn, Second-Lieutenant G.W. (V.C.; WW2 Army; Royal Horse Artillery; defending at Sidi Rezegh, south of Tobruk, North Africa; 21st Nov. 1941; artist Farrugia) 152.
  • Gurney, Private (V.C. WW2 Australian Army; 22nd July, 1942; Tel-el-Eisa, Egypt; artist not known) 105; RP 814 (artist not known).
  • Gyles, Midshipman (D.S.O.; WW1 RN; 20th/21st April 1917; Destroyers HMS Swift and Broke engaged six German destroyers; artist Bagnall) 347.
  • Hafiz, Abdul (V.C.; WW2 Army; 9th Jat Regiment, Indian; 6th April, 1944; clearing of Japanese troops from a hill north of Imphal, Burma; artist Coleman) 299.
  • Hamilton, Private F. (D.C.M.; WW1 Army; 30th July, 1915; defending British positions near Hooge, Flanders; artist Shone) 211.
  • Hammond, Lieutenant A.W. (Bar for his Military Cross; WW1 RAF; Canadian crew on a bombing mission over Somme, Northern France, March 1918; artist not known) 249. see also McLeod, Second Lieutenant Alan (V.C.).
    
    
               
  • Hanbury, Lieut. T. (M.M.; WW2 Army; Household Cavalry; Sept. 1944; Louvain; preventing German sappers from blowing up a bridge; artist not known) 435. see also Thomson, Corporal.
    
    
               
  • Hand, Sergeant William (Empire Gallentry Medal; 1st Battalion Dorset Regt.; S.W. India; 1921 rebellion of Moplah tribesmen; artist Sanchis) 740. RP 1268 artist Sanchis.
    
    
               
  • Hansen, Captain P.H. (V.C.; WW1 Army; Aug. 1916; 6th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regt.; Sulva Bay, Dardonelles; rescuing wounded troops threated by a bush fire; artist Farrugia) 480. see also Breeze, Lance Corporal RP 1061.
    
               
  • Hansen, Captain P.H. (M.C.; WW1 Army; Nov. 1916; 6th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regt.; Sulva Bay, Dardonelles; locating a Turkish big gun mounted on a trailer, pulled by a steam locomotive; artist Farrugia) 481.
    
    
               
  • Hanson-Turner, Sergeant (V.C.; WW2 Army; June 1944; 1st Battalion W. Yorkshire Regt.; Battle of Imphal; defended a position against Japanese attacks using grenades; artist Alonso) 1112.
    
     
               
  • Hannah, Sergeant (V.C.; WW2 RAF. Britain's youngest V.C. during WW2, Sept. 1940; pilot of a bomber on fire see also Connor, Pilot Officer artist Coleman?) 65. RP 636 (artist Bevan).
    
    
               
  • Harman, Lance-Corporal (V.C.; WW2 Army; April 1944, Kohima, Assam, Royal West Kent Regt; artist Farrugia) 2.
  • Harmer, Petty Officer (CMG; WW2 RN; Far East, no date or year mentioned; HM Submarine Shakespeare; artist Philpotts; see also Swanston, Lieutenant-Commander) 51.
  • Harden, Corporal H.E. (V.C.; WW2 Commandos; North-West Europe; First Aider rescuing wounded troops under heavy fire; artist not known) 86. RP 653 (artist Holroyd?).
    
    
               
  • Harrison, Company Sergeant-Major (M.M.; WW2 Army; Aug. 1944; 4th Battalion Kings Shropshire Light Infantry stopping German tanks at La Fouguerie, Normandy; artist Kearon) 586; RP 1171 artist not known.
    
    
               
  • Harper, Corporal Johnny (V.C.; WW2 Army; 29th Sept. 1944; 4th Battalion York & Lanc. Regt.; German/Belgian border; artist Farrugia; title - The Stubborn Tyke) 362.
  • Harvey, Private Jack (V.C.; WW1 Army; 02nd Sept. 1918; 1/22nd Battalion, London Regt. attacking German positions north of Peronne, France.
    
               
  • Hastie, Private J. (M.M.; WW2 Army; Dec. 1943; 5th Battalion Essex Regiment; Battle for Villa Grande, Italy; destroying a German anti-tank gun; artist Marti) 305.
  • Hawkins, Second Officer A.G. (O.B.E.; 05th November, 1940; assisting with getting the crippled oil tanker San Demetrio into port; artist not known; part of the Action Stations! series) 649. RP1206 & 1477 (artist not known).
    
    
                
  • Hayes, Corporal (M.M.; WW2 Army; 9th Aug. 1941, near Tobruk, N. Africa; Royal Tank Regt. defending observation Post "Jim" from Italians; artist Sanchis?) 437.
    
    
               
  • Haydon, Lieutenant Peter (D.S.O.; WW2 No. 41 Royal Marines; Sept. 1943; Italy; fighting off a German attack; artist not known) 433.
  • Hazell, Lieutenant Dick (M.C.; WW2 Army; 2nd Battalion, West Yorkshire Regt.; Nov. 1944; finding out the strength of Japanese soldiers in village of Maungdaw, Burma; artist Philpotts) 516.
     
    
               
  • Heidar, Sepoy (V.C.; WW2 Army; 13th Frontier Force Rifles; crossing the River Senio, northern Italy; artist Sanchis) 1118.
  • Hermitage, Lance Corporal, (M.M.; WW2 Army; 08th Nov. 1944; Canal di Rivaldino, near Flori, Italy; Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regt.; artist Coleman) 450; RP 988 ( artist Coleman).
    
               
  • Herbert, George Sergeant (D.C.M. & M.M.; Sniper in the Snow WW2 Army) 1983.
  • Hesselyn, Sergeant (D.F.M.; WW2 RAF; attacking German Stuka dive bombers attacking Malta; artist Josep Marti) 611 RP 1154.
  • Heywood, A.R.C. (D.C.M.; WW2 Army; Far East, Burma; 24th Feb. 1945; attacking a Japanese held village of Nattaung; artist Coleman) 622; RP 902 (artist Coleman?); RP 1190 (artist coleman).
    
    
               
  • Hichens, Lieutenant-Commander Robert Peverell (D.S.O. & D.S.C.; WW2 RN; story of an ace motor torpedo boat captain; artist Bevan) 491.
  • Higson, Lance-Corporal John (D.C.M.; WW1 Army; Battle of Nieuport Dunes; 10th July, 1917; Belgium; Royal North Lancashire Regt.; artist unknown) 323.
  • Hill, Lieutenant-Colonel (D.S.O.; WW2; 1st Parachute Battalion; attacking a hill called Gue, Tunisia; 23 / 24th Nov. 1942; artist not known) 1079.
  • Hinton, Sergeant J.D. The Fighting Kiwi (V.C.; WW2 Army; 29th April, 1941; Greece; New Zealander; artist (P)?) 223. RP 1176 (artist Ted Rawlings).
  • Hitchins, Lieutenant-Commander R.P. (no medals awarded; 8th Flotilla, MGB, summer 1942, near Channel Islands attacking a German convoy; artist Coleman) 578; RP1149.
             
    
               
  • Hoare, Flight Sub-Lieutenant J.E.A. (D.S.C.; WW1 RFC; attacking a German submarine even though their plane is damaged; 27th May, 1917; artist not known) appeared as an Action Stations one page article. See also Tadman, Petty Officer J.F.; RP as front / back cover story 719 artist Coleman; RP 1257 artist not known.
    
    
               
  • Hodgson, Lance-Corporal (D.C.M.; WW2 Army; 2nd Aug. 1944; fighting patrol engaging German troops at Italian village of Pian di Sco; artist Philpotts) 549; RP1113 (artist Philpotts).
  • Hoey, Major C.F. (V.C.; WW2 Army; Lincolnshire Regt.; 16th Feb. 1944; attacking a Japanese strong point near Ngakyedank Pass in Arakan, Burma; artist not known) 244. RP 1178 (artist Ted Rawlings).
  • Hollis, C.S.M. (V.C.; WW2 Army; Green Howards; June 1944, attacking and destroying a bunker in Mont Fleurs, France; artist Philpotts) 121.
  • Hopkins, Sergeant Charlie (D.C.M.; WW2 Army; 11th Aug. 1944; 1st Battalion, Royal Norfolk Regt.; Sourdevalle, France; destroying a tank whilst wounded; artist Coleman) 507. see also Thirtle, Corporal C.; M.M.).
    
    
               
  • Hornell, D.E. Lieutenant (V.C.; WW2 RCAF attack of a submarine North Atlantic, June 1944, Canadian) 81. RP 667 (artist Holroyd?)
  • Howson, Corporal J.P. (M.M.; WW2 Army; Feb. 1942; King's Own Light Infantry; attacked by Japanese troops whilst crossing the Sittang River, Burma; managed to make the long, dangerous journey back to British forces; artist not known) 679.
    
               
  • Hubbard, J.H. Petty Officer (D.S.M.; Cook Burns It, The; WW2 RN) 1983.
  • Hughes, Lieutenant D'Oyly (D.S.O.; WW1 R.N.; 1915; Constaninople; blowing up railway tracks; artist not known) 283.
  • Hughes, Flight Lieutenant (Air Force Cross; WW2 RAF; The Gallant Major; December 1941; captured and escape from Italian; Mediterranean sky; artist Sutherland) 316.
  • Hulme, Sergeant A.C. (V.C.; WW2 Army; Battle of Crete, May 1941; New Zealander sniper; artist not known) 48.
  • Hun's, Revenge, The (WW1 RN; front/back factual cover story; note no medal winners mentioned; artist Coleman) 329.
  • Hunt, Corporal (M.M.; WW2 Army; 18th Oct. 1943; "B" Company, 6th Battalion, Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regt.; signallers holding a positon against Germans at Montecilfone, Italy; artist not known) 448.
    
    
               
  • Hunter, Captain D. Lee (M.C.; WW2 army; 2nd Battalion Suffolk Regt.; 07th May, 1944; attacking a Japanese occupied village, Burma; artist Alonso) 1077.
  • Hunter, T.P. Corporal (V.C.; WW2 Commando; Italy; artist Coleman) 163.
  • Insall, G.S.M. Second-Lieutenant (V.C.; WW1 Royal Flying Corp, Nov. 1915; story of an epic patrol) 124; story retold in 582; artist Bevan).
  • Jack, Sergeant-Major (M.M.; Royal Scots Fusiliers, Burma 1944; artist Philpotts) 669. RP 1210 (artist also Philpotts).
    
    
               
  • Jacka, Albert (V.C.; WW1 Australian Army; first Australian to win a V.C. in WW1, whilst fighting Turks in trench Gallipoli; won M.C. as a Lieutenant Aug. 1917 with the 14th Battalion at Pozieres, Flanders; artist Sanchis?) 603; 604 RP 1165 artist Sanchis? (Probably the only Armed Forces serviceman to have appeared on the front cover of The Victor in two consecutive issues).
    
               
  • Jackman, Captain J.J.B. (V.C.; WW2 Army; 21st Nov. 1941; Royal Northumberland Fusiliers; supporting a British tank attack, on Duda Ridge, near Tobruk, North Africa; artist not known) 231. RP 1180 (artist not known).
  • Jackson, Flight Engineer Norman (V.C.; WW2 RAF; April 1944, bombing raid over Germany; artist not known) 22.
  • Jefferson, Fusilier (V.C.; WW2 Army; 14th May 1944, Gustav Line, Italy, company of Lancashire Fusiliers held off a German counter-attack; artist Farrugia) 119 and front inside pages of annual 1990.
    
    
               
  • Jenkins, Trooper (M.M.; WW2 Army; 7th Light Cavalry, Indian Army; Myintha, Burma; 02nd March, 1945; fighting a Japanese officer inside a tank; artist not known) 1108.
  • Jesse, Warrant OfficerJ.H. (D.C.M.; WW2 Australian Army; Dec. 1942; New Guinea; highlighting of Japanese bunkers using verey pistol; artist not known) 376.
  • Jones, Commander Loftus (V.C.; WW1 RN; 31st May, 1916; Battle of Jutland; HMS Shark engaged German destroyers and was sunk; artist Sanchis?) 525.
  • Joines, Private (M.M.; May 1940, retreat of Gloucestershire Regt. to Dunkirk; made five dangerous motorbike journeys; artist Coleman) 602. RP 1151 artist Coleman.
    
    
               
  • Jones, Guardsman H.R. (M.M.; 27th May 1944; No.2 Company, 3rd Battalion Welsh Guards; covered retreat of wounded soldiers, at Piccolo, near Arce, Italy; artist Coleman) 579; RP 1153.
    
    
               
  • Johnstone, Captain Bill (V.C.; Aug. 1914; retreat from Mons; bridge over River Aisne blown up, Johnstone uses a raft to cross river several times with food and weapons; artist Watson) 1039.
    
    
               
  • Johnson, 2nd Lieutenant F.H. (V.C.; WW1 Army; Royal Engineers; 25th Sept. 1915; attacking Hill 70, during the Battle of Loos; artist Bagnall) 381.
  • Johnson, Squadron Leader (bar to his D.F.C.; WW2 RAF; 19th Aug. 1942; escaping from a German fighter whilst on a raid over Dieppe, France; artist not known) 502; RP 1016 artist Shone.
    
               
  • Jordon, Sergeant Harold (D.S.O.; WW2 RAF; Canadian pilot; 147th Flight - a secret radio radar investigation unit; artist Coleman) 758. RP 1281 artist Coleman. see also Paulton; Barry; Vachon; Bigoray; Grant; note - they are all sergeants.
    
    
               
  • Joyce, Lance Sergeant (M.M.; WW2 Army; Welsh Guards; 02nd March, 1945; attacking a German held farm at Bonninghardt; artist Leo Rawlings) 594.
  • Kain, "Cobber" Flying Officer (D.F.C.; WW2 RAF; New Zealand fighter pilot; his story until his death in June 1940; artist not known) 114.
  • Keenan, Sergeant (D.C.M.; WW2 army; June 1942; El Alamein; Ruweisat Ridge; 11th Field Regt., Royal Artillery; sole survivor of his gun crew, but continued to fire it and hold the enemy back; artist Garcia) 1087.
  • Keeble, Company Sergeant Major (M.C.; April 1944; 2nd Battalion Norfolk Regt.; Kohima, Burma; artist Ted Rawlings) 777.
  • Kelliher, Private (V.C.; WW2 Army, New Guinea, advance on Nadzab, Sept. 1943, Australian; artist Farrugia) 72. RP664 artist not known & 1223 (artist not known).
    
               
  • Kendrick, Private John (D.C.M.; WW1 Army; Royal Army Medical Corps; 25th Oct. 1914; stayed in a damaged house, in no man's land with wounded whilst a bomb barrage raged overhead, risked life to obtain food and water for wounded; artist Ted Rawlings) 1217.
    
    
               
  • Keyes, Lieutenant-Colonel (V.C.; title - The Raid on General Rommel; WW2 Army, Africa; b&w, not front/back cover story; artist not known) 1.
  • Khan, Sepoy Salat (no medal awarded; WW1 Oct. 1914, Belgium; artist not known; title - The Spoils of War) 363.
  • Khating, Captain (M.C.; WW2 Army; Assam Regt.; March/April 1944, Burma; Khating is a Naga; marking the location of a Japanese
    
    
               
  • King, Gunner Alan (M.M.; WW2 Australian Army; 16th Nov. 1942; fighting off Japanese planes attacking a small convey off the coast of New Guinea; artist Coleman) 509.
  • King, Major C.K. "Banger" (D.S.O. x2; WW2 Army; Feb. 1945; East Yorks. Regt.; Holland; artist not known) 275.
  • Kingaby, Donald Sergeant-Pilot (D.F.M. 2 Bars, D.S.O. Story of, 1939-1945; Sergeant-pilot, later commissioned; WW2 RAF; artist Coleman) 149.
  • Kingsford, Lieutenant (no medals awarded; WW1 RAF; 23rd June, 1918; Bourne climbed onto wing to release a stuck bomb, whilst Kingsford kept the plane level; artist Sanchis) see also Bourne, Lieutenant 1070.
    
    
               
  • kisanbahadur, Jemadar (Indian Order of Merit; WW2 Gurkhas; Mar. 1944; Burma; 2 / 5th Gurkhas; fighting through the Valley of the Snakes; artist not known) 353.
    
    
               
  • Knowland, Lieutenant (V.C.; WW2 Army; Commandos holding Hill 170; 12th January, 1945; artist not known) 20.
  • Knox, Lieutenant Bob (D.S.O.; WW1 Army; Flanders, 1915; Knox attempted to throw a grenade back towards the Germans, failed, injured but saved lives of his men; artist Ted Rawlings) 1052.
    
    
               
  • Knox, 2nd Lieut. Cecil L. (V.C.; WW1 Army; March 1918; Tugney, Flanders; artist Bagnall; title - The Blowing of the Bridges) 367.
  • Konigsberg, sinking of (WW2 Fleet Air Arm, Attack on Konigsberg, 10th April, 1940, Bergen, Norway, 600 and 603 Squadron Fleet Air Arm; artist Bert Vandeput) 128.
  • Kootoshinsky, Private Abraham (D.S.C.; 307 American Medal of Honour; 2nd Dec. 1918; leading troops back to American lines; artist Philpotts) 1031. see also Whittlesey, Major.
     
    
               
  • Kretzer, Sergeant (M.M.; WW1 Army; 9th Queen's Royal Lancers; 16th June, 1942; Hagfet El Haiad; Western Desert; artist not known) 755. RP 1280 (artist not known)
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  • Krige, Lieutenant Jack (M.C.; WW2 Army; Wanted - One Prisoner; late Spring 1941; 6th Armoured Car Regt.; El Alamein, North Africa; artist not known) 320.
  • Lama, Ganju Rifleman (V.C.; WW2 7th Gurkhas; 12th, June 1944, Burma; artist Philpotts) 183; story also told in inside front cover 1988.
  • Lamb, Petty Officer (Medal Not established) (Fistful of Gongs – true story; WW2) 1984.
  • Lamy, Flying Officer Memorial on one of the Seine bridges. (WW2 Lorraine Squadron, Free French Air Force, 03rd Oct 1943) 59.
  • Lambert, A.B. (Medal Not established) (Fistful of Gongs – true story; WW2) 1984.
  • Lang, Gunner D. (No medal awarded; WW2 prison escape; Mar. 1943; artist not known; title - Hobo Escape!) 368.
  • Lanphier, Lieutenant Tom (WW2 U.S. 339 Squadron Army Air Force; April 1943; title - Operation Vengeance; artist not known) 332.
  • Larsen, Lief (Conspicuous Gallantry Medal; WW2 RN; aborted raid on the German Battleship, Tirpitz, lying in Altenfiord, Norway using chariot torpedo carriers; artist Philpotts) 60.
  • Lassen, Major A. (V.C. for a Dane; WW2 Commandos; Danish national; 8th/9th April 1945; Lake Commachio, Italy; artist unknown) 254.
  • Lavin, Private (D.S.O.; WW1 Army; Royal Welsh Fusiliers; Gallipoli, November, 1915; preventing an attack on British lines by Turkish patrol; artist Leo Rawlings) 572.
    
    
               
  • Lawless, Private (no medal awarded; WW1 Army; 8th Battalion Border Regiment moved to Vaulx, Belgium, to stem a German attack; artist Sutherland) 665; RP 1218 artist Sutherland.
    
    
               
  • Lawrence, Captain George (D.S.O.; WW1 RFC; attacking the Germans and getting as many bullet holes in his plane as possible; artist Coleman) 565; RP 1117 (artist Coleman).
  • Lawrie, Sergeant J.C. (D.C.M.; WW2 Army; 12th Regt. Royal Horse Artillery; Feb. 1943; fighting off a German tank attack, in Tunisia, North Africa; artist Coleman) 472. see also Ainslie, Sergeant T.B.
    
    
               
  • Lawry, Lance Corporal (M.M.; WW2 Army; 22nd Mar. 1944; River Garigliano area of Italy; Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regt.; fighting patrol; artist not known) 442. See also Smith, Lieutenant.
    
    
               
  • Leaf, Lieutenant (no medals awarded; WW2 RN; 28th Nov. 1941; two MGB's lost in the English Channel, found and rescued two Belgians from a boat; artist Sanchis) 528; RP 1092 artist Garcia? see also Bradford, Lieutenant.
    
    
              
  • Leakey, Captain (M.C.; WW2 Army; 9th Aug. 1941, near Tobruk, N. Africa; Royal Tank Regt. defending observation Post "Jim" from Italians; artist Sanchis?) 437.
    
    
               
  • Leakey, Sergeant N.G. (V.C.; WW2 Army; King's African Rifles, 19th May, 1941; destruction of Italian tanks in Italian held Abyssinia; artist not known) 123.
  • Leathart, Flight Lieutenant (D.S.O.; 23rd May, 1940; rescued Squadron Leader White (74 Squadron), after he was shot down over France, by flying him back in a Miles Master trainer) 650. see also Allen, Pilot Officer Johnny; Deere, Pilot Officer Al ; artist Philpotts) 650.
     
    
               
  • Lee, Private (M.M.; 09th Sept. 1937; Northamptonshire Regt. vs. Pathan tribesmen; N.W. Frontier, India; artist Sanchis) 668. RP 668. RP 1219. see also Claire, Private; Letts, Private.
    
               
  • Leigh-Fermor, Major Paddy (no medal awarded; dropped into Crete to capture General Kreipe, commander of the island; artist Sanchis) 659. RP 1220 & 1549, artist for both reprints Sanchis. see also Moss, Major W.S.).
    
    
               
  • Leitch, Lance-Corporal (D.C.M.; WW2 Army; "B" Company, 4th King's Own Scottish Borderers; sending radio messages whilst under fire; artist Alonso) 629.
  • Leoroyd, Flight Lieutenant (V.C.; WW2 RAF; 12th Aug. 1940; The Raid on thte Dortmund-Ems Canal; artist not known) 37; RP 812 (artist Shone).
  • Lester, Corporal Frank (V.C.; WW1 Army; 12th Oct. 1918; 10th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers; clearing Germans out of Neuville, ('The village of Death'), France or Belgium?; artist Coleman) 620.
     
    
               
  • Letts, Private Ginger (D.C.M.; 09th Sept. 1937; Northamptonshire Regt. vs. Pathan tribesmen; N.W. Frontier, India; artist Sanchis) 1219. see also Claire, Private; Lee, Private.
    
               
  • Levenson-Gower, Captain (no medals awarded; WW1 Army; May 1915; Royal Horse Guards; leading a cavalry charge; artist Ted Rawlings) 670. RP 1214 (artist also Ted Rawlings). see also Coffin, Corporal; Churchyard, Corporal).
    
               
  • Lewthwaite, Captain C.O. (M.C.; WW2 Army; May 1940; Royal Warwickshire Regt.; covering withdrawn of other troops; artist Coleman) 513.
  • Limbu, Lance-Corporal Rambahadur (V.C.; Twenty Minutes of Valour; WW2 Army; 10th Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles; November 1965; Sarawak; artist Philpotts?) 282.
  • Linton, Commander "Tubby" (V.C.; DSO; DSC; WW2 RN; Captain of HMS Turbulent, a submarine; story of; Mediterranean, 1942 - 1943; artist not known) 15; RP 420 & 548 (artist Shone).
    
    
               
  • Lipscombe, Lieutenant-Colonel (WW2 Army; 16th Feb. 1945; attacking an escarpment held by Germans; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist Shone) 445.
    
               
               
  • Lipsett, Lance Corporal (D.C.M.; WW1 Army; Nov. 1917; defending a Mosque in Nebi Samwil, Jerusalem; Yeoman Mounted Division; artist not known) 413.
  • Little, Sergeant (M.M.; WW2 army; 11th Battalion Royal Scots Fusillers; 23rd Oct, 1944; rescuing a gun and destroying a German self-propelled gun during an attack on a Dutch village of Kruisweg; artist Alonso) 1006.
    
    
               
  • Longchamps, Baron de Selys, Flight Lieutenant, (D.F.C.; WW2, RAF; Raid on a Gestapo H.Q. 20th July 1943, Belgium) 158.
  • Lord, Private Bill (D.C.M.; WW1 Army; 09th April, 1918; 2/5th Battalion, Lancashire Fusiliars; capturing German soldiers by leading them towards the British trenches; Flanders; artist Farrugia) 487.
    
               
  • Lord, Flight Lieutenant D.S.A. (V.C.; WW2 RAF; dropping of supplies to paratroopers at Arnhem, Holland, 19th Sept. 1944; artist Coleman) 145.
  • Lovegrove, Bill Chief Motor Mechanic (C.G.M.;Saving the Captain; WW2 RN) 1982.
  • Loveitt, Sergeant Pilot (DFM; WW2 RAF; night of 12/13th June 1941, raid on the German battleship Lutzow; artist not known) 118.
  • Luke, Private (V.C.; WW1 Army; 37th Field Battery, Royal Field Artillery; retreat from Mons, 1914; saving their guns; artist Ted Rawlings) 596.
    
    
               
  • Lumsden, Major Freddy (V.C.; Bring Back the Guns - true story; WW1) 1984.
  • Lyell, Lord (V.C.; WW2 Army, Scots Guards; April 1943, Tunisia; daring attack on a German gun position; artist Farrugia) 77.
  • Lynn, Private (V.C.; also holder of the D.C.M.; WW1 Army; April 1915; 2nd Lancashire Fusiliers, Ypres; firing a machine gun to keep Germans at bay during a gas attack, whilst wearing no mask of his own. Killed in action; artist Ted Rawlings) 1148.
  • Maclachlan, Squadron Leader J.A.F. (D.S.O.; three D.F.C.'s; WW2 RAF; Malta 1941; story title - One-Armed Mac; story of Maclachlan how he lost his arm over malta, but continued flying later in the war; artist Philpotts) 7.
    
               
  • Macnair, Captain E. A. (V.C.; WW1 Army; Royal Sussex Regt.; early 1916, Flanders; artist Bagnall) 219.
  • Mactier, Private R. (V.C.; WW1 Army; 23rd Battalion; 1st Sept. 1918; Flanders; artist Bevan?; title - One-Man Assault Force) 364.
  • McAleer, F. Sergeant (D.C.M.; McAleer's Revenge; WW2 Army; Irish Brigade of the first Army; January 1943; Tunisia; artist Rawlings) 278.
  • McCallum, Corporal Charlie (D.C.M.; WW2 Australian Army; 29th Aug. 1942; New Guinea; holding off Japanese attacks; artist Sanchis) 497.
  • McElroy, Lieutenant Bill (medal?; WW1 Tank Corps; 20th Nov. 1917, Cambrai, France; tank no. 43; McElroy defends his stricken tank from being captured after reserve fuel tank catches fire; artist not known; 1114; RP 1564 appeared as an Action Stations one page article).
    
    
               
  • McIntosh, Sergeant (M.M.; WW1 Army; taking an enemy position 3rd Jan. 1941 on his own with Australian Imperial Forces; artist Kearon;
    
               
  • McIver, Leading Seaman (D.S.C.; Fistful of Gongs – true story; WW2) 1984.
  • McKean, Lieutenant George (V.C.; WW1 Army; British but serving with 14th Canadian Battalion Expeditionary Force; Mckean attacked and captured a German trench; 27th/28th April, 1917; artist Ted Rawlings) 1096.
    
    
               
  • Mckelvie, Captain Edward (D.S.O.; WW1 RFC; 30th Nov. 1917; artist Shone) 1035. see also Powell.
  • McKenzie, Sergeant (M.M.; WW1 Tank Corps; first tank vs. tank battle, Flanders, 24th April 1918; artist not known) 779. RP as an Action Stations article) 1563. see also Mitchell, Lieutenant F.M.C.
    
    
               
  • McKenzie, Able Seaman A.E. (V.C.; WW1 RN; 23rd April, 1918; British attack on Zeebrugge; H.M.S. Vindictive; artist Bagnall) 159.
  • McKenzie, Pilot Officer K.W. (D.F.C.; End of a Raider; WW2 R.A.F.; 7th Oct. 1940; Battle of Britain; artist unknown) 262.
  • McLeod, Second Lieutenant Alan (V.C.; WW1 RAF; Canadian crew on a bombing mission over Somme, Northern France, March 1918; artist not known) 249. see also Hammond, Lieutenant A.W.
    
    
               
  • McLew, Sergeant (D.C.M.; WW2 army; Cameron Highlanders; knocking out five machine-gun positions, with his men in Reichswald Forest, Germany; Feb. 1945; artist Garcia?) 1082.
    
    
               
  • Mclver, Private Hugh (V.C.; WW1 Army; Royal Scots; 23rd Aug. 1918; France; message runner delivering a message and capturing Germans; artist Bagnall) 613.
  • McNair, Pilot Officer R.W. (D.F.C.; WW2 RAF; Canadian; autumn, 1941; protecting a fellow shot down pilot from German fighters; artist Diaz?) 486.
  • McNamara, Lieutenant F. (V.C.; WW1 Royal Flying Corp, No.1 Squadron; 20th March, 1917; attacking a Turkish position at Gaza in Palestine, landing to pick up a fellow pilot forced to land; only Australian pilot to win the V.C. in WW1; artist (P)) 189 RP1090 (artist Alonso) .
    
               
  • Magennis, Leading Seaman (VC; WW2 RN; July 1945, Singapore, sinking of Japanese cruiser Takao by midget submarine X-3; artist Philpotts; see also Fraser, Lieutenant Ian) 32.
                    
               
  • Maginn, 2nd Lieutenant (D.S.O.; WW1 Army; Tank Trap!; November 1917; 1st Battalion, The London Rifle Brigade; artist Coleman) 317.
  • Mahony, J.K. Major (V.C.; WW2, Army, 24th May 1944, Canadian Westminster Reg. (Motor), crossing River Melfa, Italy) 127.
  • Maidment, Private G. (D.C.M.; WW2 Australian Army; 30th Aug. 1942; defending Alola village, New Guinea from the Japanese; artist Alonso) 401.
  • Malan, "Sailor" (D.S.O. & Bar; D.F.C. & Bar; WW2 RAF; South African; Malan's adventures during WW2; artist Philpotts) 141.
  • Malcolm, Wing-Commander (V.C.; WW2 RAF; Dec. 1942, Tunisia; raid by bombers of 18 Squadron on a German airfield; artist not known) 89 RP 661 & 1221 artist Coleman for both latter issues.
    
              
               
  • Manser, Flying Officer L.T. (V.C.; WW2 RAF; 30th May, 1942; first 1,000 bomb raid on German town of Cologne; artist (P)) 206. RP 728 artist Coleman.
  • Mantle, J.F. Leading Seaman (V.C.; WW2 RN, Portland Harbour, H.M.S. Foylebank, 4th July 1940; artist Shone) 151. RP 734 artist Coleman.
  • Mariner, Private William (V.C.; WW1 Army; May 1915; 2nd Battalion, King's Royal Rifle Corps; Cambrin, Flanders; destroying a German machine gun post; artist Coleman) 554.
    
    
               
  • Marix, Flight-Lieutenant (D.S.O.; WW1 RNAS; 08th Oct. 1914; attacking Zeppelin sheds at Dusseldorf; artist (P)) 375; RP 950 (artist Shone); see also Grey, Squadron Commander Spenser).
    
               
  • Mason, D.W. Captain George Cross (WW2, Mediterranean Sea, S.S. Ohio in a convoy to Malta, 3rd Aug. 1942) 166.
  • Mattock, C.S.M. Tommy (D.C.M.; WW2 Army; June 1942; 5th East Yorkshire Regt.; North Africa; fighting to get past Germans to rejoin British forces; artist not known) see also Robinson, Private Albert 550.
    
    
               
  • Melling, Sergeant (D.C.M.; WW2 Army; 26th Armoured Brigade, 17th / 21st Lancers in battle trying to force a passage through Fondouk Pass, Tunisia; 9th March, 1943; artist not known) 922.
    
    
               
  • Mellor, Major (no medal awarded; WW2 Army, 1944; 11th Armoured Division, France; scounting ahead before crossing a bridge; artist Farrugia) 560; RP 1123. see also Evans, Corporal.
    
    
               
  • Melvaine, Private (D.C.M.WW2 Australian Army; 27th June, 1941; attacking Jebel Mazar, Syria against vichy French troops; artist not known) 458.
  • Merritt, Lieutenant-Colonel C.C.I. (V.C.; WW2 Canadian Army; Aug. 1941; Dieppe raid on the French coast; South Saskatchewans; artists not known) 26, RP 270 front/back covers.
            
    
               
  • Metcalfe, Corporal J. (M.M.; WW2 Army; Dunkirk, 1940; Royal Warwickshire Regt.; saving troops using bren-gun carriers; artist not known) 540; RP 1115 (artist not known). see also Wade, 2nd Lieutenant.
    
      
    
               
  • Middleton, Flight Sergeant (V.C.; WW2 RAF; Bomber raid on Turin, November 1942; artist not known) 13; RP 811 (artist Coleman).
  • Miers, Commander (V.C.; WW2 RN; adventure of Commander Miers and his command, the submarine HMS Torbay; artist not known) 35.
  • Millar, Company Sergeant-Major (M.C.; WW2 Army; 01st Aug. 1944; 6th King's Own Scottish Borderers; defending position from German tanks on 'Minden Day'; artist Ted Rawlings) 700.
    
               
  • Miller, Private Thomas (Empire Gallentry Medal; 1st Battalion Dorset Regt.; S.W. India; 1921 rebellion of Moplah tribesmen; artist Sanchis) 740. RP 1268 artist Sanchis (not mentioned in reprint story 1268)?
    
    
               
  • Milner, Lance Corporal (D.C.M.; WW1 Army; 02nd May, 1915; Flanders; 1st Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regt.; artist not known) 1141.
  • Mitchell, Lieutenant F.M.C. (M.C.; WW1 Tank Corps; first tank vs. tank battle, Flanders, 24th April 1918; artist not known)779; RP as an Action Stations article) 1563. see also McKenzie, Sergeant.
    
               
  • Mitchell, Major B.G.B. (D.S.C. & Order of the Orange Nassu (Dutch medal); 11th May, 1940; Chatham Division of Royal Marines, hold port in the Hook of Holland; artist not known)587; RP 1179.
    
    
               
  • Mitchell, Private G.A. (V.C.; WW2 army; London Scottish Regt.; attacking the Domiano Ridge, Italy; 23rd Jan. 1944; artist Philpotts) 985.
  • Mitchell, Sergeant (C.G.M.; WW2 Royal Marines; May 1940; Dunkirk; sent to cover the evacuation of Demolition parties at Calais blowing up the docks; artist Shone) 553. see also East, Sergeant D.S.M.
    
    
               
  • Mohamed, Subedar Sher (M.C.; a Punjabi battalion defending the village of Poggiafior, Italy, May 1944 against Germans; artist Alonso) 605.
  • Montanaro, Captain (D.S.O.; Two Bites at the Cherry; WW2 Special Boat Squadron, S.B.S.; April 1942; sinking of German tanker in Boulogne, France; artist Farrugia) 222.
  • Moffatt, Private Martin (V.C.; WW1 Army; 2nd Leinsters; Moffatt sent to collect six soldiers held by Provost Marshall, runs into Germans, he uses grenades to get past them; artist Sanchis) 638. RP 1201, artist not known.
    
    
               
  • Moor, 2nd Lieutenant G.R.D. (V.C.; Attack at Achi Baba; WW1 Army; 5th June 1915; Galliopi, Turkey; artist, C.D. Bagnall) 256.
  • Moore, Flying Officer K. O. (D.S.O. and American Silver Star; 08th June, 1944; fought and destroyed two U-Boats in one patrol; artist Shone; part of the Action Stations! series) 473. RP 1087; artist Shone; RP 1462 (artist not known).
    
    
              
  • Moore, Fusilier M.M. (M.M.; WW2 Army; 2nd Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers; taking and holding a bridge across the River Simeto, Sciliy from the Germans; artist not known) 918.
    
    
               
  • Moore, Lieutenant G.F. (George Medal; WW2 Honourable Artillery Company; 28th Dec. 1944; rescuing wounded soldiers from an minefield; artist Coleman) 468. see also Waters, Gunner (George Medal).
    
    
               
  • Moore, Trooper Ron (D.C.M.; WW2 Army; New Zealander; 1st February, 1941; L.R.D.G.; North Africa; fighting a tough Italian force; artist unknown) 303.
  • Morris, Lieut-Colonel Charles (D.S.O.; WW2 Army, summer 1942; Indian troops, 13th Frontier Force Rifles; escape from a German P.O.W. camp; artist Philpotts) 372; RP 948 (artist not known); RP as part of the Action Stations! series 1456; (artist not known).
    
    
               
  • Morris, Private (M.M.; WW2 Army; 21st Mar. 1940; Gloucester Regt.; British troops defending village of Brayelle; delivered tea to troops under enemy fire; artist Philpotts) 538; RP 1097 artist not known.
    
               
  • Moss, Major W.S. (no medal awarded; dropped into Crete to capture General Kreipe, commander of the island; artist Sanchis) 659. RP 1220 & 1549, artist for both reprints Sanchis. see alsoLeigh-Fermor, Major Paddy).
    
    
               
  • Motor Torpedo Attack (WW2, RN, attacking German convoy off Cape Zebib, Africa, 31st March 1943; artist Bert Vandeput) 131.
  • Moulton, Private C. (U.S. Silver Star; WW2 Army; River Maas, Holland; February 1945; Cheshire Regiment; artist unknown) 291.
  • Muhammed, Leading-Seaman Ismail (D.S.M.; WW2 Australian Navy; Nov. 1942; Bengal an armed Australian built Merchant ship engages two Japanese raiders to prevent a sinking of an oil tanker; artist not known) 1021.
    
    
               
  • Mulholland, Sergeant-Major (D.C.M.; May 1940, Cysoing, Belgium, Border Regt. attacking a German Outpost; artist Coleman) 569; RP1144.
  • Mullins, Major (M.C.; WW2 Army; 1st Battalion Queens Royal Regt.; July 1945; destroying a Japanese machine gun position defending a bridge; artist Sanchis; see also Everett, Sergeant; Walker, Sergeant 524.
    
    
               
  • Murphy, Flying Officer Peter (series; WW2 RAF; operating a ME109 in occupied France) see Murphy's Messerschmitt.
  • Mynarski, Pilot Officer A. C. (V.C.; WW2 Royal Canadian Air Force; mid-upper gunner; 12th June 1944; Lancaster bombing targets in Cambrai, France; artist Philpotts) 40; RP 1042 artist not known.
    
               
  • Naik Sunbahadur (Indian Order of Merit; WW2 Army; Burma, March 1944, 2nd platoon, 5th Gurkhas; artist not known) 353.
  • Nasmith, Lieutenant Commander (V.C; WW1 RN; May 1915, Dardanelles; title - Dardanelles Patrol submarine E11; sunk seven ships in eleven days; artist Bevan?) 338; RP 1076 artist not known.
    
               
  • Nelson, Sergeant (V.C.; WW1 Army; 'L' Battery, Royal Horse Artillery; 1st Sept. 1914; retreating from Mons; artist not known) 312.
    
    
               
  • Nettleton, J.D. Squadron Leader (V.C.; WW2 RAF; attack diesel works; Augsburg, Bavaria; artist Kearon) 25; RP 1982 annual, inside cover; RP 826 (artist not known); RP 1350 (artist not known).
    
    
               
  • Newton, Flight Lieutenant W.E. (V.C.; WW2 RAAF; Two Targets for 22 Squadron; 16th March, 1943; Australian pilot; attack on New Guinea; artist unknown) 216; RP743 & 1267; artist Coleman in both RP's.
    
    
               
  • Newton, Captain Oliver (Bar to his M.C.; WW2 Army; 'D' Company. King's Royal Rifle Corps; 21st July, 1941; raid on Ruweisat Ridge, N. Africa; artist not known) 403.
    
    
               
  • Ngarimu, Second Lieutenant Moana-Nui-a-Kiwa (V.C.; New Zealand Military Forces; 26th March, 1943; capturing a German held hill, at Djebel Tabarga, Tunisia; artist Ted Rawlings) 730.
    
    
               
  • Nicholls, Lance Corporal Harry (V.C.; WW2 Army; 21st May 1940; Grenadier Guards; artist Coleman?; also received the Bronze Cross) 90.
  • Nicholson, Lieutenant D. J. (V.C.; WW2 RAF; 16th Aug. 1940, Battle of Britain; title - One VC for the fighters; artist not known) 34. RP 1177 (artist Shone).
                
               
  • Nixon, Major Sir Chris (M.C.; WW2 Army; Gurkhas; 12th April, 1945; attacking the Pagoda Ridge, near Burmese town of Kyaukpadaung; artist Coleman) 466.
  • Norman, Lance-Corporal F. (D.C.M.; WW2 Army; January 1944; D Company, Royal Ulster Rifles; manning a radio whilst under fire troops attacked Monte Damiano, Italy; artist not known) 1043.
    
    
               
  • Norris, Sergeant J. (Conspicuous Gallantry Medal; WW2 RAF; 3rd Nov. 1943; bombing raid on Dusseldorf, Germany; artist not known) 28 RP 1213 (artist Coleman).
               
               
  • Norton, G.R. Lieutenant (V.C.; WW2, South African Army; 31st Aug. 1944; Italy; commanding a platoon of the Hampshire Regiment; artist Diaz?) 133. RP 699, (artist Diaz?); RP 1249.
    
    
               
  • Nosotti, Lieutenant G.W. (M.C.; WW2 Army; 20th March, 1943; 7th Green Howards; Tunisia; a forlorn hope mission to get inside the fort; artist Alonso) 534.
  • O'Neill, Sergeant Johnny (M.M. or V.C?; WW1 Army; 18th Oct. 19??; 2nd Leinster Regt.; his brother killed in action, O'Neill takes the fight to the Germans, also helped by an unknown Sergeant from the Worcestershire Regt.; artist Ted Rawlings) 628. RP 1186 (artist Rawlings). Note - 628 says O'Neill won the V.C. and that his name was spelt with two l's. Issue 1186 spelt his name with one 'l' and wasn't sure if he won a V.C. or the M.M.
    
    
               
  • O'Pray, Lieutenant Harry (M.C.; WW2 Army; 2nd / 4th King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry; 05th January, 1944; Colle Cedro, Italy; artist not known) 746.
  • Osbourne, Company Sergeant-Major J.R. (V.C.; WW2 Army; 19th Dec. 1941 Winnipeg Grenadiers attacked Japanese holding Mount Butler, overlooking Hong Kong; artist Diaz?) 136.
    
    
               
  • Owen, Private Eddy (M.M.; WW2 New Zealand Army; clearing out Japs from Mono Island, Pacific Ocean; 27th Oct. 1943; artist not known) 615. (b>see also Tassone, Carpenter's Mate Aurillo.
    
    
               
  • Paget, Lieutenant Tony (D.S.O.; WW2 Army; 1st Battalion Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry; capture of a farm, Germany; February 1945; artist Kearon?) 733.
    
    
               
  • Palmer, Squadron Leader R.A.M. (V.C..; WW2, RAFVR; 23rd Dec. 1944; Pathfinder squadron marking target for bombers at Cologne, Germany; artist Philpotts) 94.
    
               
  • Parker, Lance-Corporal (V.C.; WW2 Army; Royal Marine Brigade; April 1915; Gallipoli; taking supplies forward to a front trench across open ground exposed to Turkish gunfire; artist Coleman) 504.
    
    
               
  • Parmiter, Sergeant (M.M.; WW2 Australian Army; June to Aug. 1943; radio operator on an island of the coast of New Guinea, fighting a Japanese patrol; artist Alonso) 503; RP 1075 artist Alonso.
    
    
               
  • Parsons, Lieutenant (V.C.; WW1 Army; Bantam Battalion, Gloucester Regt.; 1917, Flanders; defence of grenade post at Villers-Faucon; artist Coleman) 490.
  • Parsons, Private (WW1 Army; promoted to Corporal on the field of battle; Guards Division; River Aisne; September 1914; no medal awarded; artist (P)) 289.
  • Partridge, Captain R.T. (D.S.O.; WW2 Royal Marines flying Fleet Air Arm Skua fighters, 800 Squadron)
     
    
               
  • Partridge, Private (V.C.; WW2 Australian Army; 8th Australian Infantry; July 1945; attacking Bougainville, a Solomon Island; won one of the last V.C.'s of the war; artist not known) 612.
    
    
               
  • Patrick, Sergeant R.A. (M.M.; WW2 Army; 2/15th Battalion, Australian Army; attacking an Italian strongpoint, near Tobruk, North Africa; artist Coleman) 469.
  • Peacock, Sergeant (Norwegian War Cross; WW2 Army; April, 1940; Green Howards defending Otta, Norway from German attacks; artist not known) 563; RP 1098 artist Garcia). see also Dessaind, Captain.
    
    
               
  • Peck, Corporal Jack (M.M.; WW2 Army; Second Battalion, Suffolk Regt.; 10th May, 1944; driving the Japanese out of a village, in the Far East; artist Philpotts) 543.
  • Peele, 2nd Lieutenant Michael (M.C.; Jan. 1964; 4th (Leicestershire) Battalion; attacking Indonesian terrorists in Sabah, Northern Borneo, then part of Malaysia; artist Coleman) 207.
    
               
  • Peters, Pilot Officer (D.F.C.; WW2 RAF, 1st June 1940; light Anson plane shot down two Me 109's; artist Philpotts) 170.
  • Peters, F.T. Captain (V.C.; WW2 RN, Nov. 1942; attack on Oran harbour, France; artist Philpotts) 64.
  • Pick, Commander (D.S.O.; WW1 RN; 20th/21st April 1917; Destroyers HMS 'Swift' and 'Broke' engaged six German destroyers; artist Bagnall) 347.
    
               
  • Pickard, Group Captain. Jailbusters, The (WW2 RAF; jailbreak of prisoners; Group Captain Pickard; artist Farrugia) S1968, col. (first page only).
  • Place, Lieutenant B.C.G. (V.C. WW2 RN; 22nd Sept. 1943, midget submarine X-7 attack on the German battleship Tirpitz; artist not known) 107.
    
    
               
  • Pleasance, Lieutenant (M.C.; (M.M.; WW2 Canadian Army; Oct. 1944; Holland; Royal Regiment of Canada; artist Philpotts) 658. see also Foster, Sergeant.
    
                           
               
  • Plews, Private J. (M.M.; WW2 British Army Despatch rider; B Company, 5th Battalion, The Buffs; delivering orders on a motorbike whilst under fire from the Germans; artist Kearon?) 739.
    
    
               
  • Potter, Corporal (D.C.M.; WW1 cavalry; 15th Hussars; Nov. 1914, Flanders; artist Coleman) 606.
  • Poulton, Sergeant Ted (D.F.C. and commissioned as an officer; WW2 RAF; Canadian pilot; 147th Flight - a secret radio radar investigation unit; artist Coleman) 1281. see also Jordon; Barry; Vachon; Bigoray; Grant; note - they are all sergeants.
    
    
               
  • Powell (D.C.M.; WW1 RFC; 30th Nov. 1917; artist Shone) 1035. see also Mckelvie, Captain Edward.
  • Pomeroy, Gene (U.S. citizen; no medals mentioned; WW2 Army; 8th Dec. 1941; Malaya; title - The Dogra Yank; artist Sutherland) 356.
  • Porteous, Major P.A. (V.C.; WW2 Royal Artillery; 19th Aug. 1942; raid on German held port of Dieppe; lead various charges against German gun positions; artist not known) 104 RP 1367 (artist not known).
  • Potts, Trooper Fred (V.C. WW1 Army, Gallipoli, 21st Aug. 1915, 1/1st Berkshire Yeomanry, Hill 70; title - The Burning Hill; artist Ted Rawlings) 331.
  • Pratt, Corporal (M.M.; 09th July, 1943; Sicily; 2nd South Staffs Regt.; protecting of the Ponte Grande bridge from destruction with Lieutenant Withers, M.C.; artist Coleman; 483; RP 1051 artist Coleman; RP 1469; artist not known; part of the Action Stations! series).
    
    
               
  • Prince, Sergeant Tommy (WW2 Canadian Army; Silver Star - an American decoration, 1944; great grandson of the Salteause Indian Chief Peguis; artist not known) 492 RP 1041 (artist Sanchis); 1553 (printed as an Action Stations story; artist not known).
    
    
               
  • Prott, Gunner J. (M.M.; WW2 Army; July 1944; 151st Ayrshire Yeomanry Field Regt. advancing on the French port of Caen; artist not known) 287.
  • Queripel, Captain L.E. (V.C.; WW2 Paratroopers; 19th Sept. 1944, Arnhem, Holland; artist Sutherland) 83.
  • Rai, Corporal Karkara J. (no medal awarded; WW1 Gurkhas; near Nasirya, Mesoptamia; clearing of Turkish positions; artist Ted Rawlings) 1234.
  • Rajendra-Singh, Major (D.S.O.; WW2 Indian Army; 2nd Royal Lancers, (Gardner's Horse), late March, early April 1941; escaping from Germans, El Mechili, Western Desert, Africa; artist Alonso) 663.
    
    
               
  • Ram, Bhaira Lance-Corporal (Indian Order of Merit; WW2 Army, Eritrea; February 1941; 6th Rajputana Rifles; title - The Battle of Cameron Ridge) 333. see also Heroes of Cameron Ridge (factual).
    
               
  • Ram, Chhelu (V.C.; WW2 Indian Army; The Courage of Chhelu Ram; 19th/20th April 1943; 6th Rajputana Rifles; Tunisia; artist unknown) 250.
    
    
               
  • Ram, Havildar Hardewa (no medals awarded; WW2 Indian Army; 1st Battalion, 6th Rajputana Rifles; N. Africa; 04th Dec., 1941; walked across desert with two comrades and his bren gun back to british lines; artist not known).
    
    
               
  • Ram, Sepoy Ali (no medals awarded, but promoted to Corporal; WW1 army; retreat from Mons, 1914; 58th Rifles, Indian Army; captured by Germans, but convinced them that he would change sides; artist Alonso) 1072.
     
    
               
  • Rama, Subadar Richhpal (V.C.; WW2 Army; 4th Battalion, 6th Raj Putana Rifles; Feb. 1941; fighting Italians in Dongolaas Gorge, Eritrea; captured and held positions until out of bullets, then escaped through the Italians via a bayonet charge; artist not known) 774.
    
    
               
  • Rana, Havildar Minbahadur (Mention in Dispatches; WW2 Army; 15th April, 1944; Gurkhas holding a position at Sita, Burma from Japanese attack; artist Philpotts) 471. see also Tharpa, Rifleman Narbahadur (Indian Distinguished Service Medal).
    
    
               
  • Randle, Captain (V.C.; WW2 Army; Royal Norfolk Regt.; 06th May 1944; Kohima, Assam; artist Farrugia) 74; RP 675 (artist Slim); RP 1237 (artist Slim).
    
    
               
  • Rattey, Corporal (V.C.; WW2 Australian Army; 22nd March, 1945; action on South Bougainville island, in South-West Pacific ocean; artist Farrugia) 58. RP 632 artist Coleman).
    
    
               
  • Rawat, Subedar Sher Ling (Indian Order of Merit; 39th Royal Garhauali Rifles; 05th Nov. 1944; crossing the River Fiumicino,Italy; artist Alonso) 515; RP 1134.
  • Rawnsley, C.F. see Cunningham, J. & Rawnsley, C.F.
  • Raymond, Claud Lieutenant (V.C.; WW2 Army, Burma, 21st Mar 1945; "D" Force; artist (P)) 195; RP 593 artist Alonso.
  • Reed, Bombardiar Henry (George Cross; WW2 Army; 21st June, 1941; manning an anti-aircraft gun on S.S. Cormount; 2nd Maritime AA Battery; artist Kearon?) 720.
    
    
               
  • Rees, Major-General T.W. (no medals awarded; WW2 army; March 1944; 19th Indian Division; Burma; Buddist Pagoda attacked by 4th Gurkhas to avoid bombing the building; artist Alonso) 999.
    
    
               
  • Reid, Flight-Lieutenant William (V.C.; WW2 RAF; 3rd Nov. 1943; bombing raid on Dusseldorf, Germany; artist not known) 28. RP654 & 1213 (artist Coleman).
  • Reiter, Sergeant F.A. (M.M.; WW2 Australian Army; 27th May, 1941; Crete; troops fighting against the Germans; artist Coleman) 455. see also Baxter, Private B.A.
    
    
               
  • Reynolds, Captain (V.C.; WW1 Army; 37th Field Battery, Royal Field Artillery; retreat from Mons, 1914; saving their guns; artist Ted Rawlings) 596.
    
    
               
  • Reynolds, Flying Officer (No medal awarded?) Flying High (A true story; WW2) 1984.
  • Rhodes-Moorhouse, Lieutenant W.B. (V.C.; WW1 RFC; 26th April, 1915; raid on Courtrai railway yards, Belgium; artist Bagnall) 167.
  • Rhys-Williams, Captain (Mentioned in Despatches; WW2 Army; Welsh Guards; 9th April, 1943; Fondouk Gap, Tunisia; leading a charge to take the German position; artist Philpotts) 573.
    
    
               
  • Richardson, Captain (D.S.O.; WW1 Army; 22nd Aug. 1917; commander of tank bogged down, shelled by British and German artillery, leading survivors back to British lines: artist not known) 1133.
  • Richardson, Private James (V.C.; WW1 Army; Manitoba Regt.; Canadians; 08th Oct. 1916; Battle of the Somme, Flanders; artist Bagnall) 237. RP 749 artist Kearon?
    
    
               
  • Richmond, Lieutenant Wally (no medal awarded; WW1 RFC; 1918; Kyber Pass; shot down and captured, ransomed for 10,000 rifle cartridges; artist Sanchis?) 1122.
  • Riggs, Captain (no medals awarded, but finished the war with D.S.O.; M.C., WW2 Army; 4th Battalion, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry; fighting Germans in Norway; artist Ted Rawlings) 566.
    
              
               
  • Roberts, Lieutenant (V.C. WW2 RN; removal of an unexploded bomb from HMS Thrasher, a submarine, near Crete, February 1942; artist not known;
    
    
               
  • Robinson, Major J. (M.C.; 24th Feb. 1942; Burma; helping to take a life line across the River Sittang under enemy fire to help troops cross the river; artist not known) 495.
      
    
    
  • Robinson, Private Albert (M.M.; WW2 Army; June 1942; 5th East Yorkshire Regt.; North Africa; fighting to get past Germans to rejoin British forces; artist not known) see also Mattock, C.S.M. Tommy (D.C.M.) 550.
    
    
               
  • Roebuck, Lance-Corporal (M.M.; 24th Feb. 1942; Burma; helping to take a life line across the River Sittang under enemy fire to help troops cross the river; artist not known) 495.
      
    
    
               
  • Rogers, Sergeant M.W. (V.C.; WW2 Army; Wiltshire Regt.; 03rd June 1944; attacking German held machine-gun posts on a hilltop in Italy; artist not known) 204.
  • Rogers, Sergeant R.G. (M.M.; WW2 Army; tanks of the 3rd County of London Yeomanry; 01st Sept. 1942; attacking German tanks at Manequir el Taiyara, N. Africa; artist Coleman) 426.
    
    
               
  • Romans, Petty Officer David (D.F.C.; WW2 RAF; Canadian; 1940; attacked German airbase at Eschwage, pilot was hit, but Romans an inexperienced pilot flew the plane back to base; artist Shone; RP 1106; artist not known).
    
    
               
  • Ronneberg, Lieutenant (No medals awarded; WW2 Norwegian Commandos blowing up heavy water plant at Rjukan, Feb. 1943) 70 RP 619 & 1164 artist Ted Rawlings.
    
    
               
  • Roope, Commander (WW2 RN; V.C.; 07th April, 1940; HMS Glow-Worm in battle with the German cruiser Admiral Hipper; artist not known) 53 RP647 & 1551 (artist not known).
  • Rose, Sergeant Pilot (D.F.M.; Press on Regardless! WW2 RAF) 1976.
  • Roseveare, Major John (no medals awarded; WW2 Army; 6th June, 1944; Royal Engineers; destroying a bridge over the R. Dives at Troam, Normandy; artist Alonso) 770; RP 1294 (artist Alonso).
    
               
  • Ryder, Commander (V.C.; WW2 RN; commander of a gunboat during the raid on St. Nazaire, France 28th March, 1942; artist not known) 99.
    
    
               
  • Ryder, Flight Lieutenant (D.F.C.; WW2 RAF; 03rd April, 1940; intercepting a German bomber, which he shot down, but was also himself shot down; amazing escape from his Spitfire under the sea; artist Philpotts) 491.
    
    
               
  • Safari, HMS (WW2 Submarine, Mediterranean Sea, 1942, patrol story; front/back cover story) 125 RP 1209 (artist Coleman).
  • Samson, Lieutenant (no medal awarded; WW1 RFC; Middle East; title - The Winning of the Wager; artist not known) 349.
  • Samwell, Lieutenant (no medal awarded; WW2 Battle of El Alamein 23rd Oct. 1942; artist not known) 359.
  • Sarup, Ram (Indian Distinguished Service Medal; WW2 Indian Army; 5th (Bombay) Mountain Battery; Burma; volunteers to retrieve a dead comrade) 1368.
  • Sargent, J.S. Sargent (D.F.M.; WW2 RAF; bomber raid, Mediterranean Sea, 22nd June 1941) 164.
    
               
  • Savage, Able Seaman (V.C.; WW2 RN; gunner on a gunboat during the raid on St. Nazaire, France 28th March, 1942; artist not known) 99.
    
               
  • Saxon, Cook-Sergeant Y. (M.M.; WW1 Army; 2nd/5th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers; Third Battle of Ypres, November 1917; artist not known) 304.
  • Scarfe, Squadron Leader Lone Avenger, The (V.C.; WW2 RAF; 09th Dec. 1941; revenge flight against the Japanese for destorying his squadron; story first told in weekly comic, then a longer version in an annual; note in the annual Scarfe's name was spelt without the 'e') 88 and 1979. RP 642 & 1193 (artist Coleman for both RP issues).
    
    
               
  • Scott, Sergeant (factual; WW2 Army; 07th July, 1943, dropped into Sardinia to create havoc; no medals awarded) see also Verney, Captain.
  • Selous, Captain (D.S.O.; note medal awarded in another action, no medal awarded for this action; WW1 Army; 17th Jan. 1917; Royal Fusiliers, East African Regt.; shot and killed by a sniper, before warning his troops about dangerous hippo's in the River Ru Fiji, which patrol had to cross; artist Garcia?) 1091.
     
    
               
  • Sephton, Petty Officer Alfred (V.C.; WW2 RN; May 1941, Crete, Mediterranean Sea; Cruiser HMS Coventry under attack by German planes, remains at his post firing guns even though he is injured; artist not known) 12 RP 1083 artist Philpotts; RP 1560 appeared as an Action Stations one page article.
    
    
               
  • Sutherland, 2nd Lieutenant J.W. (no medals awarded; WW1 army; 3rd Hussars; near Bapume, France; destroying a german machine gun post; artist Ted Rawlings) 1074.
  • Sewell, Lieut. Cecil (V.C.; WW1 tanks; 29th Aug. 1918; Fremicourt, France; title - A V.C. for the Tanks; artist not known) 371.
  • Sharpe, Acting-Corporal C. (V.C.; WW1 Army; 9th May 1915, 2nd Lincolnshire Regt.; title - One-Man Relief Force; artist Leo Rawlings) 341.
  • Sherbrooke, Captain (V.C.; WW2 RN; 31st Dec. 1942; title - The Battle of the Barents Sea; artist Farrugia) 24; story also told 429 (artist Bevan); 582 (artist Sturrock).
  • Sidebottom, Lieutenant D.C. (D.S.C.; WW2 RN; 16th Aug. 1942; English Channel; Motor Torpedo Boat no.'s 330, 331 & 609; artist Bevan) 711. see also Willingdale, Able Seaman, mentioned in despatches).
    
    
               
  • Sides, Lance Corporal (M.M.; WW2 Army; 2nd Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers, Burma defending a defensive position from Japanese; artist Kearon) 609; RP 1157 artist not known.
    
    
               
  • Sidney, Major W.P. (V.C.; WW2 Army; 7th February 1944, Anzio, Italy; Grenadier Guards; artist not known) 39.
  • Simpson, Lance-Sergeant (V.C.; WW1 Army; Simpson's real name is Arthur Evans; 02nd Sept. 1918; 6th Lincolnshire Regt.; on patrol near River Cojeul, Etaing; rescuing an officer; artist Sanchis) 677; RP 1231 (artist not known).
    
               
  • Simpson, Lieutenant? 'Spicer' (D.S.O.; WW1 RN; Overland to Lake Tanganyika, East Africa; 26th Dec. 1915; artist (P)) 229.
  • Singh, Falteh (Indian disguished Service Medal; WW1 Army; 17th May, 1915; 15th Sikhs fighting in 'Glory Hole', France; ten Sikhs & Smyth
    
               
  • Singh, Havildar Tega (Indian Order of Merit; WW1 Army; North Africa; Feb. 1915; 23rd Singh Pioneers; blasting the door of a fort; artist Sanchis) see also Singh, Naik Sher 522.
    
    
               
  • Singh, Havildar Umrao (V.C.; WW2 Army; Royal Indian Artillery; 15th Dec. 1944; Kaladan Valley of Burma; defending the guns from Japanese attack; artist not known) 243. RP 732 artist Sanchis.
    
    
               
  • Singh, Jemadar Parkash (V.C.; WW2 Army; 13th Frontier Force Rifles of the Indian Army at Kenlan Ywathit, Burma; fighting off Japanese attack; artist not known) 147.
  • Singh, Lal (Indian disguished Service Medal; WW1 Army; 17th May, 1915; 15th Sikhs fighting in 'Glory Hole', France; ten Sikhs & Smyth
  • Singh, Lance-Naik Bishram (Indian Order of Merit; WW2 Army; Feb. 1945; 7th Rajputs; Taungap, Burma; saving the life of an officer; artist Alonso) 520.
  • Singh, Lance-Naik Kesa (M.M.; WW2; 16th Punjab Regt.; Indian Army; Kaladen River, Burma; Singh disguised as a native, retrieves their boats from where they had been hidden, near Japanese troops; artist Alonso) 1018.
     
    
               
  • Singh, Naik Gian (V.C.; WW2 Army; 02nd Mar. 1945; 15th Punjab Regt.; attacking alone a Japanese machine-gun post astride the Kayme-Myingyan road, Burma; artist Philpotts) 217.
  • Singh, Naik Nand (V.C.; WW2 Army; March 1944; 1/11th Sikh Regt. and 25th Dragoons cleared out Japanese troops from the trenches they held; artist Alonso) 1094.
  • Singh, Naik Sher (Indian Order of Merit; WW1 Army; North Africa; Feb. 1915; 23rd Singh Pioneers; blasting the door of a fort; artist Sanchis) see also Singh, Havildar Tega 522.
    
    
               
  • Singh, Risaldar Santa (Indian Order of Merit; WW1 Indian Army, 1915; 33rd Queen Victoria's Own Light Cavalry; Persian Gulf; artist Kearon) 583. see also Singh, Sepoy Bisham and Singh, Sepoy Buda.
    
    
               
  • Singh, Sepoy Bisham (Indian Order of Merit; WW1 Indian Army, 1915; 33rd Queen Victoria's Own Light Cavalry; Persian Gulf; artist Kearon) 583. see also Singh, Risaldar Santa and Singh, Sepoy Buda.
    
    
               
  • Singh, Sepoy Buda (Indian Order of Merit; WW1 Indian Army, 1915; 33rd Queen Victoria's Own Light Cavalry; Persian Gulf; artist Kearon) 583. see also Singh, Risaldar Santa and Singh, Sepoy Bisham.
    
    
    
               
  • Singh, Sepoy Saudagar (Indian Order of Merit; WW2 Army; 8th May, 1941; Sikhs 6 / 13th Frontier Force Rifles attacked an Italian strongpoint of Castle Ridge, Abyssinia; led a charge up the hill to the strongpoint; artist Sanchis?) 559.
    
    
               
  • Sinhji, Major Raj Endra (D.S.O.; WW2 Army; 31st March, 1941; 2nd Royal Lancers, Gardner's Horse; El Mechili, Western Desert; fighting a rearguard act; artist not known) 1225.
  • Singleton, Lieutenant (D.S.O.; WW1 RN; June 1915; commander of armed tug Shaitan sinking Turkish gun-boat & capturing Turkish
    
    
               
  • Sippe, Flight Lieutenant (D.S.O. & Cross of the Legion of Honour (French); attack on a German's Zeppelin fleet at Freidrichshafen 21st Nov. 1914; artist not known) 1139.
    
    
               
  • Skinner, Private (D.C.M.; WW1 Army, New Zealander; Aug. 15th 1915; tackles a Turkish sniper even though he himself is wounded; artist not known) 1084 artist Sanchis; RP 1467 part of the Action Stations! series; artist not known.
    
    
               
  • Slingsby, T.W. Major (D.S.O.; Cavalry Charge; WW1 Army cavalry; 22nd Cavalry, Indian Army; 29th April, 1918; Iraq; artist not known) 266.
  • Smart, Flight Lieutenant Bernard (D.S.O.; WW1 RN; launched from HMS Yarmouth to attack a Zeppelin shadowing the battle fleet; autumn 1917; artist Coleman) 598; RP 1062 artist not known.
    
    
               
  • Smith, Sergeant E.A. (V.C.; WW2 Army; 21st/22nd Oct. 1944; Seaforth Highlanders of Canada crossing the River Savio, Italy; artist Philpotts) 277.
  • Smith, Lieutenant S.B. (M.C.; WW2 Army; 22nd Mar. 1944; River Garigliano area of Italy; Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regt.; fighting patrol; artist not known) 442. See also Lawry, Lance Corporal.
    
    
               
  • Smutek, Jan (WW2; no medals awarded; Czechoslovakian fighting his way out of Czechoslvakia, after he had been caught stealing some secret German papers; artist Kearon?) 759. RP 1285 (artist Kearon?)
    
    
               
  • Solomon, Lieutenant (D.S.O.; WW2 RN; 20th June, 1942; rescuing of troops from Dunkirk, France; artist Alonso) 542.
  • Sowera, Lance-Corporal (Bar to his D.C.M.; African Army WW1; King's African Rifles, April 1918; firing on a German position from a tree with a Lewis gun; artist Ted Rawlings) 639.
    
    
               
  • Staley, Flying Officer E.R. (no medals awarded; Royal Australian Air Force; Sept. 1943; flying evacution plane back to Port Moresby; artist Coleman) 1017.
  • Stobo, Captain W.O. (no medals awarded; July 1943; Green Howards; Sicily; attempting to capture Sortino, Stobo uses mules to stop tanks from running into a trap; artist not known) 1045.
    
    
               
  • Stokes, Private J. (V.C.; WW2 Army; King's Shropshire Light Infantry; Kervenheim, Holland; 1st March, 1945; artist unknown) 212. RP 725 artist Kearon?
  • Stone, Squadron-Leader C.A.C. (no medal awarded; WW2 RAF; Jan. 1942; fighting against Japanese bombers over Rangoon; front / back cover story; artist Shone) 996.
    
    
               
  • Street, Lieutenant G.L.W. "Pat" (M.C.; 3rd Battalion Parachute Regt.; Feb. 1943; Tunisia; captured by Germans, but escaped and took a German officer back to British lines; artist Holroyd) 721. RP 917 artist Philpotts; RP 1017.
    
    
               
  • Stubbington, Sergeant Mechanic (D.F.C.; WW1 RNAS; 10th May, 1918; plane shoots down a Zeppelin, but is damaged in the attack and lands in the sea; Stubbington repairs an oil pipe whilst under enemy fire from German ships; artist Garcia) 724; RP 1298.
    
    
                   
  • Smyth, Lieutenant (V.C.; WW1 Army; 17th May, 1915; 15th Sikhs fighting in 'Glory Hole', France; ten Sikhs & Smyth went to get bombs and
    
    
               
  • Smyth, F.M. (?; WW2; 08th Feb. 1942; in boat being rowed; artist Alonso) ? RP 1191. (note details to be updated, need to add entry under artists once done).
  • Smythe, Q.G.M. Sergeant (V.C.; WW2 Army; 1st South African Division, North Africa, artist Farrugia) 106 RP 1362 (Ted Rawlings).
  • Snyman, Sergeant L.J. (D.C.M.; WW2 S. African Engineer Corps; Radda, Italy; 5th July, 1944; 12th Field Squadron; tackling Germans; artist Philpotts) 916.
  • Spear, Corporal Charlie (M.M.; WW2 South African Army; 2nd Royal Durban Light Infantry; escaping from Tobruk, N. Africa; 20th June, 1942; artist Albert Holroyd) 713. see also Borain, Private Dennis & Goldman, Sergeant "Goldie".
    
               
  • Spence, Sergeant (D.C.M.; WW1 Army; 24th Aug. 1914; 2nd West Riding; holding a wood near Wasnes, France; Spence led a breakout from the position; artist Alonso) 1137.
  • Stannard, Lieutenant R.B. (V.C.; WW2 RN; HM Trawler Arab, April 1940, evacuation of British troops from Namsos, Norway; artist Philpotts) 38; RP523 (artist Bevan); 809 (artist Kearon).
  • Stanton, Sub-Lieutenant Ronald (D.S.O.; WW2 RN; 14th Feb. 1942; commander of HMS Li Wo a patrol vessel which engaged a Japanese convoy and one of the Japanese escorts, a heavy cruiser for over an hour before being sunk ; action took place in Java Sea off Malaya; artist Bevan) 660. RP 1222 (artist not known).
    
    
               
  • Stark, Pilot Officer (WW2 RAF; 4th Oct. 1943; shooting down 609 Squadron's two hundreth's German plane; artist not known) 264.
  • Steele, Lieut. Gordon (V.C.; post WW1 RN; 17/18th Aug. 1919; attacking Bolshevik Russian ships at Kronstadt, Petrograd Bay; artist Coleman) 457. see also Dobson, Commander Claude.
    
    
               
  • Stephens, Private J.W. (no medals awarded; WW2 Army; 28th June, 1941; "C" Company Australian 2 / 14th Battalion, attacked Vichy French forces, Syria; artist Philpotts) 464.
  • Stevenson, Lieutenant D.J.C. (no medals awarded; WW2 Army; 5/6th November, 1944; Welsh Guards holding a dutch farm in Veulen, Holland against the Germans; artist Coleman; see also Evans, Guardsman) 584; RP 1170.
    
    
               
  • Strachan, Lieutenant Harcus (V.C.; WW1 Army; 20th Nov. 1917; title - The Charge of the Fort Garry Cavalry; artist Bevan?) 343.
  • Stuart, Lieutenant (V.C.; WW1 RN; 07th June, 1917; on board the Q-boat Paragust with Seaman Williams V.C., which sank a U-Boat; artist not known) 1068; RP 1470 part of the Action Stations! series 1470; artist not known.
    
    
               
  • Swales, Captain E. (V.C.; WW2 S.A.A.F.; South African; 23rd Feb. 1945; bombing raid on Pforzheim, Germany; artist unknown) 224.
  • Swanston, Lieutenant-Commander (DSO; WW2 RN; Far East, no date or year mentioned; HM Submarine Shakespeare; artist Philpotts; see also Harmer, Petty Officer) 51.
       
    
               
  • Syme, Lieutenant Hugh (George Cross; Royal Navy; 22nd May, 1941; defusing a mine; artist Sanchis?) 1135.
  • Tadman, Petty Officer J.F. (Conspicious Gallentry Medal; WW1 RFC; attacking a German submarine even though their plane is damaged; 27th
    
    
               
  • Tamang, Sergeant Mandahabor (M.M.; Malaysia; Army; 10th Gurkha Rifles; Sept. 1964; attacking Indonesian terrorists; artist (P)) 232.
  • Tassone, Carpenter's Mate Aurillo (Silver Star; WW2 American Construction Battalion 'Seebees'; clearing out Japs from Mono Island, Pacific Ocean; 27th Oct. 1943; artist not known) 615. see also Owen, Private Eddy.
    
               
  • Thapa, Havildar Bahadur (no medal awarded; WW1 8th Gurkhas; fighting near Neuve Chapelle, 1914; artist not known) 373?
  • Thapa, Havildar Bhimbahadur (Indian Order of Merit; WW2 Army; 6th Gurkha Rifles; near San Lazzano, Italy; trapped in a house with his men Thapa charged the Germans killing eight before he was killed. (Note - award second to the V.C. in the old Indian Army; artist not known) 1360.
    
    
               
  • Thapa, Jemadar Dharmsing (M.C.; WW2 Army; Gurkhas; 28th April, 1944; counter-attack against the Japanese to retake a position of Crete West, Burma; artist Philpotts) 454. RP 1185 (artist Alonso).
    
    
               
  • Thapa, Naik (Corporal) Tejbahadur (Indian Order of Merit; Spring 1945; advancing on Rangoon, Burma; 1st Gurkhas fighting Japs in order to obtain some grenades; artist Alonso) 627.
    
    
               
  • Tharpa, Rifleman Narbahadur (Indian Distinguished Service Medal; WW2 Army; 15th April, 1944; Gurkhas holding a position at Sita, Burma from Japanese attack; artist Philpotts) 471. see also Rana, Havildar Minbahadur (Mention in Dispatches).
    
    
               
  • Thirtle, Corporal C. (M.M.; WW2 Army; 11th Aug. 1944; 1st Battalion, Royal Norfolk Regt.; Sourdevalle, France; destroying a tank whilst wounded; artist Coleman) 507. see also ). Hopkins, Sergeant Charlie (D.C.M.).
    
    
               
  • Thomas, Corporal (D.C.M. and promoted to Sergeant, (medal and promotion mentioned in 547, but not 1020); retreat from Mons, Belgium, 1914; 2nd Grenadier Guards; smoking German troops out of a barn; front / back cover story; artist Sanchis?; 547; RP 1020 artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
               
  • Thomas, Corporal R (D.C.M.; WW2 Australian Army; 18th Dec. 1942; New Guinea; attacking and destroying a Japanese pillbox; artist Coleman) 562.
  • Thompson, Captain Bob (no medals awarded; WW2 army; April 1940; evacution from Norway; delivering a message to General, even though wounded when train he was travelling on crashed; artist Alonso) 990.
    
    
               
  • Thomson, Corporal (D.C.M.; WW2 Army; Household Cavalry; Sept. 1944; Louvain; preventing German sappers from blowing up a bridge; artist not known) 435. see also Hanbury, Lieut. T.
    
    
               
  • Thomson, Corporal (D.C.M.; WW2 Army; 6th King's Own Scottish Borderers; Sept. 1944; crossing a canal on the Dutch-Belgian border; Thomson and another sniper, Private Dawson, helped to defend a house from attacking Germans; artist Sanchis) 591. See also Dawson, Private.
    
    
               
  • Thomson, Major Cleasby see Cleasby, Major Thomson.
  • Thomson, Private J.T. (M.M.; 7th Battalion Green Howards; D-Day landings; destroying a hidden German machine-gun; artist not known) 1040.
  • Thomson, Squadron Leader (no medal awarded; 269 Squadron, RAF; 27th Aug. 1941; capturing German U-boat, U-570 south of Iceland; artist not known) 618. RP 1156.
    
    
               
  • Thompson, Flight Sergeant (V.C.; 01st January, 1945; Lancaster bombers, no.1 Squadron attacked the Dortmund-Ems Canal, Germany; rescuing and landing of a fire stricken plane. see also Denton, Flying Officer; artist Philpotts) 130; RP 1378.
    
    
               
  • Thompson, Sergeant Horace (D.C.M.; WW1 Army; April, 1915; 64th Battery, Royal Field Artillery; Neuve Chappelle, France; removing shells from a burning limber; artist Coleman) 763.
    
    
               
  • Throssell, 2nd Lieutenant H.V.H. (V.C.; WW1 Army; 10th Australian Light Horse at Gallipoli, holding Hill 60, repulsing Turkish attacks; artist not known) 1146.
  • Tierney, Corporal J. (M.M.; WW2 Army; Anzio beach-head; January 1944; 1st Battalion, Green Howards; fighting off a German raid; artist Leo Rawlings) 581; RP1167.
  • Tilson, Captain (V.C.; WW2 army; Essex Scottish Regt. Canadian Army; 1st March, 1945; carried ammunition and supplies across no-man's land on numerous occasions; artist Garcia) 1073.
    
    
               
  • Tomlin, Lance-Sergeant (M.M.; WW2 11th Regt. Royal Artillery; Allied invasion of Sicily, July 1943; Tomlin in a Honey tank, acting as an Forward Observation role, obtained information on German forces location; artist Sanchis?) 735.
    
    
               
  • Tonkin, Lieutenant John (no medals awarded; WW2 SAS; carrying out raids on railway lines in hours before D-Day; artist not known; front / back cover story) 987.
  • Toye, Lieutenant Alfred (M.C.; WW1 army; capturing a bridge at Passchendale; 2nd Middlesex Regt.; July 1917; artist Ted Rawlings) 1081.
  • Trent, Squadron-Leader L.H. (V.C.; WW2 RAF; 03rd May, 1943, 487 Squadron attacked power station in Amsterdam, Holland; artist Philpotts) 135 RP 698 (artist Philpotts); 1248 front/back cover story; 1539 as a one page story.
    
               
  • Trigg, Flying Officer (V.C. WW2 RNZAF; Aug. 1943 Atlantic Sea; 200 Squadron, attacking a German submarine; artist unknown) 46. RP 1183 (artist not known).
  • Waldron, Trumpeter S.F.G. (D.C.M.; WW1 Army; 37th Field Battery, Royal Field Artillery; retreat from Mons, 1914; saving their guns; artist Ted Rawlings) 596.
    
               
  • Wylie, Guardsman (D.C.M.; WW2 Army; 1st Battalion Irish Guards; May 1940; Norwary; artist Ted Rawlings) 778.
  • Turner, D.J. Flying Officer, Master Bomber (D.F.C.; WW2 RAF, attack and destruction of U976, 25th March 1944) 173.
    
    
               
  • Turner, Lieutenant-Colonel V.B (V.C.; WW2 Army; 27th Oct. 1942; 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade, holding Kidney Ridge, El Alamein, North Africa; artist (P)) 174. RP 644 (artist not known). Calistan, Sergeant Charlie (M.M. & D.C.M.) was commissioned.
  • Turner, Lieutenant-Colonel Vic (no medals awarded; 20th Jan. 1942; Western Desert, North Africa; marching back across the desert to their own lines; artist Ted Rawlings) 760.
    
    
               
  • Unwin, Commander (V.C.; WW1 RN; Commander of a converted collier the River Clyde; 25th April 1915, Gallipoli; artist unknown) 315.
  • Upham, Lieutenant Charles Hazlitt (WW2 Army; V.C. Crete, May 1941; won a second V.C. as a Captain in 1942, Western Desert, Africa at El Ruweisat; artist not known) 11 RP 1561 retold as a one page story. (note - story of how he won his V.C. in the Western Desert told in 508; artist Alonso.
    
    
               
  • Upton, Corporal James (V.C.; WW1 Army; Sherwood Foresters attacking Rouges Ridge, France; 09th May, 1915; rescuing wounded whilst under enemy fire; artist Ted Rawlings) 1131.
  • Verney, Captain (factual; WW2 Army; 07th July, 1943, dropped into Sardinia to create havoc; no medals awarded; artist not known) see also Scott, Sergeant. (note - story also told on the front / back cover of issue 633 artist Sanchis).
    
               
               
  • Vachon, Sergeant (D.F.M.; WW2 RAF; Canadian pilot; 147th Flight - a secret radio radar investigation unit; artist Coleman) 758. RP 1281 artist Coleman. see also Sergeants Paulton; Barry; Jordon; Bigoray; Grant; note - they are all sergeants.
    
    
               
  • Van Noy, Private Nathan (Congressional Medal of Honour; American Army Engineer; helping Australian troops to defend Scarlet Beach, New Guinea from Japanese attack; artist Alonso; RP 1103 artist not known).
    
    
               
  • Veats-Brown, Major Freddy (D.F.C.; WW1 Royal Flying Corp; Mesopotamia; destroyed a Turkish telegraph line; artist Shone) 1105.
  • Vernon, 2nd Lieutenant Stuart (M.C.; WW1 Army; German plane lands in No-man's land, Vernon leads a patrol out to salavage it under enemy fire; artist Coleman) 754. RP 1279 (artist Coleman).
    
               
  • Vickers, Captain (M.C.; WW2 Army, North Malaya, 7th Dec. 1941; title The British Battalion, combined East Surreys and Leicesters battalion; artist Coleman) see also Craggs, Sergeant; Graves, Private.
               
               
  • Vincent, Private Harry (D.C.M.; WW1 Army; 1st Canadian Battalion; June 1915; Canadians holding the line at Givenchy, Flanders; artist Coleman) 474. see also Campbell, Lieut. Fred (V.C.).
    
    
               
  • Wade, 2nd Lieutenant (M.C.; WW2 Army; Dunkirk, 1940; Royal Warwickshire Regt.; saving troops using bren-gun carriers; artist not known) 540; RP 1115 (artist not known). see also Metcalfe, Corporal J.
    
    
               
  • Wain, Captain R.W.L. (V.C.; WW1 Army; 22nd Nov. 1917; tank attacking the Hindenberg Line; artist (P)) 198 RP 710 (artist Sanchis);
    
    
               
  • Wakefield, Captain Richard (V.C.; WW2 Army; 13th May, 1944; Hampshire Regt. attacking Cassino, Italy; artist Garcia?) 1189.
  • Wakenshaw, Private Adam (V.C.; WW2 Army; Durham Light Infantry; 27th June 1942, defending Mersa Matruh, North Africa; artist not known) 96. RP 1361 (artist Alonso).
  • Walker, F.J. Captain (D.S.O.; WW2 RN, Convoy from Gibraltar, H.M.S. Stark 14th, Dec. 1941; Britian's top U-Boat killer; artist Coleman) 178.
  • Walker, Sergeant (M.M.; WW2 Army; 1st Battalion Queens Royal Regt.; July 1945; destroying a Japanese machine gun position defending a bridge; artist Sanchis; see also Everett, Sergeant Everett; Mullins, Major 524.
    
    
               
  • Warburton, Squadron Leader A. (2nd Bar to his D.F.C.; WW2 RAF; Oct. 1942; on aerial reconnaissance from Malta, risked his life and plane to guide an Italian warship to a dinghy of airmen afloat in the Mediterranean Sea; artist Kearon) 580; RP 1163 (artist not known).
    
    
               
  • Warburton-Lee Captain (V.C.; Narvik Fjord attack WW2 RN; HMS Hardy; 06th April 1940; story inside front cover; artist not known) 1985. note - story retold in issue 56 (artist not known).
  • Ward, Sergeant James (V.C.; WW2 RNZAR; 07th July, 1941; Wellington bomber of 75 Squadron; night raid over Munster, Germany; artist unknown) 4.
    
               
              
               
  • Warneford, Lieutenant R.A.J. (V.C.; WW1 RN; 07th JUne 1915; first airman to blow up a Zeppelin in flight, over Ghent, Belgium; artist not known) 139.
  • Waters, Gunner (George Medal; WW2 Honourable Artillery Company; 28th Dec. 1944; rescuing wounded soldiers from an minefield; artist Coleman) 468. see also Moore, Lieutenant G.F. (George Medal).
    
    
               
  • Watkins, T.J. Flight Lieutenant (D.S.O.; WW2 RAF; bomber raid, Mediterranean Sea, 22nd June 1941) 164. see also Sargent, J.S.
    
    
               
  • Webb, Captain J.F. (M.C.; WW2 Army; Regt. Medical Officer; 23rd April, 1943; 21st Tank Recce, near Krenoub, Tunisia, rescuing wounded tank men caught up in an ambush; artist Coleman) 568; RP1142.
  • Webb, Lance Sergeant L.A.R. (M.M.; WW2 Army; 07th Nov. 1944; Welsh Guards; Veulen, Holland; leading and rescuing wounded soldiers whilst on patrol; artist Diaz) 512.
    
    
               
  • Welsh, Sapper Tom (D.C.M.; WW1 Army; 170th Tunnelling Company, Royal Engineers; 1915 tunnelling near Cuinchy, France into a German tunnel; Welsh investigated and set about blowing the German tunnel up; artist Kearon?) 757; RP 1286.
    
    
               
  • Wheeler, Major G.G.M. (V.C.; WW1 Army; 12th April, 1915; 7th Harlana Lancers; charge against Turkish positions at Shaiba, Mesopotamia; artist Farrugia) 176. RP702 (artist Ted Rawlings) & 1546 as part of the Action Stations series.
    
    
               
  • Wheeler, Sergeant F.W. (D.C.M.; WW2 Army; Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry; April 1945; Bremen, Germany; silencing a German Machine gun post; artist Alonso) 577.
  • White, Lance-Corporal H.A.R. (M.M.; WW2 Army; No.3 Commando; a raid to destory a battery of German guns, France; giving covering fire whilst wounded, as other troops left the shore; artist Coleman 555; RP 1130 artist Shone.
    
    
               
  • White, Private "Chalky" (M.M.; WW2 Army; Royal Sussex Regt.; Burma 1944; defending a bridge against Japanese attack; artist Alonso 532; RP 1099; artist not known).
    
    
               
  • White, Private Jack (V.C.; WW1 Army; 7/8th March, 1917; 6th Battalion Royal Lancaster Regt. crossed River Dialah in Mesopotamia whilst under fire from Turkish forces. One boat was hit, White saved it whilst under enemy fire; artist not known) 1358.
    
    
               
  • Whittlesey, Major (Congressional Medal of Honour, American version of the V.C.; 307 American Medal of Honour; 2nd Dec. 1918; leading troops back to American lines; artist Philpotts) 1031. see also Kootoshinsky, Private Abraham.
     
    
               
  • Williams, Corporal Johnny (D.C.M.; Royal Engineers; cutting of enemy wire to help capture a German trench at Petit Bois Wood near Whtshoete, Flanders, also brought back a dead pig from No Man's land; artist Sanchis?) 514; RP1140.
    
              
               
  • Williams, Private F.J. (M.M.; 2nd Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry; attacking Germans in village of St. Eloi, Williams knocked out a German gun even though he was wounded; artist not known) 751. RP 1277 (artist not known).
    
               
  • Williams, Seaman (V.C.; WW1 RN; 07th June, 1917; on board the Q-boat Paragust with Lieutenant Stuart V.C., which sank a U-Boat; artist not known) 1068; RP 1470 part of the Action Stations! series 1470; artist not known.
    
               
    
               
  • Williams, Flight Sergeant (C.G.M.; Tail-End Aussie, The; WW2 RAAF) 1982.
  • Williams, Sergeant (Military Medal; 4th Battalion, Yorkshire and Lancashire Regt.; 25th June, 1944; Font Enay Le Pesnel, France; won the medal
    
    
               
  • Wilkinson, Lieutenant (V.C.; WW2 RN; 14th Feb. 1942; commander of HMS Li Wo a patrol vessel which engaged a Japanese convoy and one of the Japanese escorts, a heavy cruiser for over an hour before being sunk ; action took place in Java Sea off Malaya; artist artist Bevan) 660. RP 1222 (artist not known).
    
    
               
  • Willingdale, Able Seaman (mentioned in despatches; WW2 RN; 16th Aug. 1942; English Channel; Motor Torpedo Boat no.'s 330, 331 & 609; artist Bevan) 711. see also Sidebottom, Lieutenant D.C.
    
    
               
  • Wilson, Captain E.C.T. (V.C.; WW2 Army; 10th Aug. 1940; East Surrey Regt., Camel Corps; Tug Argon Gap, East Africa; artist not known) 140.
  • Wilson, Fusilier (M.M.; Royal Scots Fusiliers, Burma 1944; artist Philpotts) 669. RP 1210 (artist also Philpotts).
    
    
    
               
  • Wilson, Private George (V.C.; WW1 Army; Highland Light Infantry; 14th Sept. 1914; Flanders; artist unknown) 221.
  • Wilson, Sergeant (D.C.M.; (WW1 Army; 1st Battalion Black Watch; Givenchy, Flanders; Dec. 1914; making home-made bombs; artist Bagnall) 623.
  • Windell, corporal Johnny (D.C.M.; WW1 Army; Oct. 1914; 2nd Battalion South Lancashire Regt.; retreiving a machine gun from a damaged building, Near Neuve Chapelle, Western Front; artist Kearon?) 656. RP 1208 artist not known.
    
    
               
  • Wingless Wonder, The (No medals awarded; WW1 RFC; Late 1917, Dead Sea; 67 Squadron (Australian); plane without wings; artist Coleman) 334.
  • Winkie, the pigeon (Dickin Medal; WW2 RAF; 22nd Feb. 1942; 42 Squadron; Squadron Leader W.H. Cliff; story of Winkie the pigeon which flew back from Cliff's shot down bomber to its loft at Dundee; crew were rescued as a result; artist Shone) 412. RP 1012 artist Shone; RP1975, artist not known.
    
    
               
  • Withers, Lieutenant (M.C.; 09th July, 1943; Sicily; 2nd South Staffs Regt.; protecting of the Ponte Grande bridge from destruction with Corporal Pratt M.M.; artist Coleman) 483; RP 1051 artist Coleman; RP 1469 (part of the Action Stations! series; artist not known).
    
    
               
  • Wood, Brigadier-General (D.S.O.; WW1 Army; leading a charge across no-mans land; V.C. was turned down, but was awarded the D.S.O.; artist not known) 731.
  • Wood, Guardsman "Timber" (M.M.; WW2; 3rd Grenadier Guards; Germans attempting to capture a castle on Monte Battaglia, Italy; fought off Germans single-handed; Oct, 1944; artist Ted Rawlings) 752. RP 1284.
    
    
               
  • Woodcock, Guardsman (V.C.; WW1 Army; Aug. 1917; Irish Guards; saving Private Hilley from a river whilst under enemy fire; artist Ted Rawlings) 682; RP 1229 (artist Sanchis?)
  • Wright, Sergeant-Major Peter (V.C.; D.C.M.; WW2 Army; 3rd Battalion, Coldstream Guards; 25th Sept. 1943; Salerno, Italy; artist Ted Rawlings) 154.
  • Wykes, Lance-Corporal F. (M.M.; WW1 Army; Royal Kent Regt.; early 1918, Balkans, near Prosenik; Wykes killed a sniper and rescued a wounded soldier; artist not known) 558.
    
    
               
  • Wynn, Micky Sub-Lieutenant (D.S.M.; Saving the Captain factual; WW2 RN; 1982).
  • York, Sergeant Alvin (American Congressional Medal of Honour; WW1 American army; 08th Oct. 1918; shot twenty-five Germans, wiped out thirty-five German machine guns & captured one hundred & thirty-five Germans; artist Ted Rawlings) 1033.
    
    
               
  • Young, Captain (M.C. & D.S.O.; leading a raid on the Norwegian island of Vaagso; Dec. 1941; no. 3 Commando; (M.C.); 19th Aug. 1942; No. 3 Commando, Dieppe raid; (D.S.O.); artist Sanchis?) 1168.
  • Young, St. John Graham Lieutenant (George Cross Medal; One Step From Death; WW2 Army; 23rd July, 1944; Central India Horse; Italy; artist (P)) 267.
  • Zetter, Lieutenant Van T. (M.C.; WW1 Army; 5th Battalion, Royal Tank Corp; March 1918; River Somme, Flanders; protecting British retreat; rescuing two injured soldiers from a bridge about to be blown up; artist Coleman) 608.
    
    
    
    
    
    
  • Military Misfit, The (WW2 Army; humour) 1976.
  • Millard, Jack (series character; sport; football) see Team That Nobody Knew, The.
  • Milne, Private Buster (series character; WW2 Army; Far East) see Tank With the Scarlet Heart, The.
  • Minchin, Sergeant-Major (series character; WW2 Army; humour) see Coonskin Grenadier, The.
  • Minesweeping is Dicey Work! (WW2 RAF; complete story; text; RAF minesweepers clearing Britain's shipping lanes of German mines; artist not known) 301.
  • Mingorie, Billy (series character; sport; boxing; Australian themed story) see Fists of the Blackfellow, The.
  • Mission Most Dangerous (factual; British Commandos (led by Capt. Courtney) landing with US General Mark Clark via submarine off coast of Algeria, 19th Oct. 1942 to contact Free French officers; artist Philpotts) 251.
    
    
    
  • Mission to Moresby (factual; WW2 Australian Army/RAF; Sept. 1943; Markham river, New Guinea; Flying Officer E.R. Staley (RAAF) flys to Port Mosesby with urgent documents in bad weather; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist Coleman) 430.
    
    
    
  • Mister Fix-It (sport; football; featuring Fred cogger; Terry Smith; artist not known; Bradport City Football Club).
    
    
    
  • Mister Roly-Poly (series character; sport; football; featuring Roly Jones; artist Vandeput).
    
    
    
  • Mister Wakefield (series character; sport; athletics; text; featuring Mister Wakefield; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Mists of Menance, The (complete story; text; lighthouse keeper saves a man from a sinking ship; artist not known) 370.
  • Mitchell, Major Jack (series character; Napoleonic War; secret service) see Mitchell's Missions.
  • Mitchell’s Missions (series character; Army; secret service; Napoleonic war; featuring Major Jack Mitchell; artist Bagnall and an unknown artist).
    
    
    
  • Mole, Lenny (WW2 Army) see Khaki Crooks, The.
  • Monk 'Doc' (series character) see Planet Seekers,The.
  • Monsters (one page story; dinosaurs killed by space ship allows humans to breed, space ship returns and wipes out humans; artist not known) 1657.
  • Monster of the Deep (WW2 RN; series characters; operating off the coast of Japanese occupied Malaya; giant dinosaur?; featuriing Lieutenant Mick Jeffries; Sub-Lieutenant 'Dinky' Darries; Coxswain Petty Officer Angus McKay; artist Bleach).
    
    
    
  • Monster Laffs (jokes page) 1991.
  • Monster in No Man's Land, The (series character; WW1 secret service) see Black Rider, The.
  • Monster of Loch Neill, The (series character; complete one issue stories of the appearance of the monster told through the centuries; featuring the Loch Neill Monster; artist Coleman).
    
    
    
  • Monster Machines (factual; the Channel Tunnel Boring Machine) S1989.
  • Monster World (pictures of monsters sent in by readers; did not appear in every issue; started prior to 1455).
  • Moore, Trooper Bob (WW2 5th Hussars; series character) seePhantom of the Fighting Fifth).
  • Moran, Major (series; European Nations Squadron) see Striker's Squadron.
  • Morgan, Bill (series character; holiday coach tour across Africa) see Jungle Bus, The.
  • Morgan, Sergeant (Pilot) Dave (WW2 Paratroopers/RAF; series) see White Water War.
  • Morgyn# The Mighty (series character; strong man; adventure; various artists).
    
    
    
    
  • Morris, Sir James (series character; secret service; Head of a special British Secret Service anti-terrorist team) see Force Five!
  • Morris, Manny (series; sport; bare knuckle fighting) see Mendoza the Great.
  • Morris, Ted (series characters; adventure; giant animals and insects) see Time of the Giants, The.
  • Morton, Private James (series character; WW2 Army; Far East) see Wizard of Goz.
  • Morton, Sparky (series character) see Mystery Man at Inside-Left, The.
  • Motor-Bike, The World Of (factual) 1974.
  • Mountain of the Winds (series characters; modern explorers in a Brazilian jungle; featuring Adam West; John Byrd; artist not known).
     
    
    
  • Mud in Your Eye (series character; sport; moto-cross riding; featuring Sam Clark; artists Kearon; Coleman) .
    
    
    
  • Murderer On The Moor (complete story; text; adventure; artist not known; young Jimmy Norton meets a ruthless killer on the lonely moor) 486.
  • Muggins, Mick ; The Worst Boxer in Britain (series character; sport; boxing; humour; George Barnes, manager; artist Sutherland) 1964.
    
    
    
  • Muir, Donald (series character; present day adventure) see Days of the Dinosaurs.
  • Mule Trouble for Stobo! (factual; WW2 Army; Green Howards; Sicily, Italy; July 1943; Captain W.O. Stobo, warning tanks off a German gun, using mules; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist Alonso) 505.
    
    
    
  • Mulligan, Private Alfie (Army, North-West Frontier, India; humour; text) see Mulligan and his Mule.
  • Mulligan and his Mule (Army, North-West Frontier, India; humour; text; featuring Private Alfie Mulligan; Barbarry, the mule; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Mulveney's Mule (series characters; North-West Frontier 1930's; humour; artist C.D. Bagnall; featuring Private Mick Mulveney; Barbarry, the mule).
    
    
    
  • Murphy's Messerschmitt (series character; WW2 RAF; operating a ME109 in occupied France; featuring Flying Officer Peter Murphy; artist Garcia?).
    
    
    
  • Murray, Captain Ed (WW2 Army; helping allied personnel to escape occupied Germany; series character) see Secrets of the Verner Vault.
  • Murray, Timothy (series character; 18th Century) see Swordmaster, The
  • Mutiny! (series characters; Indian N.W. Frontier; featuring Harold Blake also called Hari; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • My Business is Goals (series character; sport; football; featuring Stan Stagg; Doug Barrington, trainer; artist not known; Bradwick City Football Club).
    
    
    
  • Mysterious Mister Navaran, The see Sands, Shiwa
  • Mystery Man at Inside-Left, The (series charcter; sport; football; artist Bert Vandeput; featuring Sparky Morton; Midford City Football Club).
    
    
    
    
  • Mystery Man of Stalagluft 10, The (WW2 POW; series character; featuring Flight Sergeant Dave Gray; artist Watson?).
    
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  • Name Was Smith, The (factual; story of the 16th century explorer and adventurer Captain John Smith; artist not known) 322.
  • Nandi (series character; Victorian adventure) see Day of the Scorpion.
  • Napier, Flight Lieutenant Jack (series character; WW2 Airborne troops) see Matchbox Marvels, The.
  • Napoleonic# stories see.
    
    
    
  • Narvik Fjord attack (WW2 RN; factual; inside cover) 1985.
  • Nature Know-all Quiz (quiz; artist unknown) S1972, col.
  • Navvies Went to War!, The (factual; story of 500 navvies who built a railway from Balaclava to Sebastopol during the Crimean War, so supplies could be sent to British forces besieging the latter city, thus allowing them to take the city; Sir Morton Peto, engineer; artist not known) 740.
    
    
    
  • Navy Slang and What it means (humour; artist not known) 411.
  • Navy Was There!, The (factual; stirring last-war (WW2), fights of British sailors and ships; artist Bevan) 647.
  • Navy's Here!, The (WW2 RN; factual; attack by naval boarding party from HMS Cossack on German tanker Altmark carrying British Merchant seamen prisoners; 16th Feb., 1940; artist Philpotts) 100.
    
    
    
  • Navy’s Air Force, The (factual) 1972.
  • Navy's Fighting Carrier, The (WW2 RN; factual; story of a converted German-steamer HMS Audacity; launched 1941 and sank the same year; artist Vandeput) 122.
  • Needle Gun, The (WW2 school boys in occupied France; series characters; featuring Bill Walker; Geoff Heron; artist Parlett).
    
    
    
  • Needle of the Nile, The (factual; the story of Cleopatra's Needle and its journey to London; artist Bevan) 754.
  • Neilson, Tom Captain (series character; featuring Captain Tom Neilson) see Man In The Mine, The.
  • Nelson, Johnny (series character; sport; boxing) see Slave of the Ring.
  • New Zealand themed stories see Australian / New Zealand themed stories.
  • Niagara - Stories of the Famous Falls (series; adventure; American/Canadian themed story; artist Vandeput; complete story each issue).
              
    
    
  • Nial (series character; text; Highland Scotland, mid seventeenth century) see Sword of Nial the Nameless, The.
  • Nemo, Lord (series character; sport; bare-fist fighting) see Lord Nemo's Champion.
  • Nicknames of the Regiments (factual; artist not known) 24.
  • Night Action in Normandy! (factual; WW2 Army; 5th Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry fighting a rearguard action against Germans at Le Plessis Grimauld, Normandy; front / back cover story; artist Shone) 422.
    
    
    
  • Night Patrol (WW2; Australian Army; 08th Feb. 1943; Lieutenant Smyth leads a patrol across the Johore Straits from Singapore to Malayan mainland; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist not known) 624.
    
    
    
  • Night Ride to Danger! (complete story; text; locomotive engine crew trapped in their cab by two ruthless killers; artist not known) 485.
  • Night Run to Fort Luton (text story.) 1975.
  • Night Stalker (adventure; complete story; four lads out weekend walking; artist Alonso?) 1991.
  • Nightmare Voyage to Freedom (complete story; WW2 Army; soldier left behind in Norway is determined to get back to Britian; artist Philpotts) 514.
  • Nightmare Zone (series characters; adventure; horror; col.; featuring Boz Baker; artist same as for the later Mann series).
    
    
    
  • Ninety-nine Deadly Days, The (series characters; sci-fi; featuring Professor Andew Mann, Liverpool Red, Yorker; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Nixon, Sergeant (series character; WW2 Army; Far Eastern themed story) see Long Haul to Mongpen, The.
  • No Escape (Adventure; ghost story; complete story about a gang of robbers and how one of their murdered victims exacts his revenge; featuring Ted Munson; artist not known) 1984.
  • No War for Wilbur (WW2 Air Transport Auxiliary; series characters; American fighting with the British; featuring Wilbur Watson; Horace Hinks; Group-Captain Clegg; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Noose For Captain Black, A (complete story; 18th century Highwayman story; artist Ted Rawlings) 644; RP 1014.
  • North Star the Brave (series characters; ancient Britain, 600 B.C.; featuring North Star; a fifteen year-old boy's fight for survival; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • North#-West Frontier of India themed stories.
    
    
    
  • North-West Mounted Police (forerunners of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police) see Queen's Cowboys, The
  • Number Nine-Frankenstein! (series characters; sport; football; featuring Frank Stein; artist not known).
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
     
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  • O'Bannion, Private (series; WW2 Army) see Union Jack Jackson.
  • O'Malley of the Mounties (complete story; R.C.M.P.; artist Philpotts?) 502.
  • O’Neil Swoops In (adventure gliding; 20th Century) 1977.
  • O'Reilly, Joe (series; sport; motor-racing) see Who and Why of the Silent Stranger, The.
  • Odd Armour (Weird and odd protective armour used by soldiers in various wars through the centuries; factual; artist Ted Rawlings) 765. RP 1051.
  • Odd Armour of World War One (factual) 1983.
  • Odd Cars (factual) 1974.
  • Odd Happenings in History (factual; artist Ted Rawlings) 1279.
  • Odd Inventions of World War One (factual; one invention was the Hydro Ski, a pair of floats with paddle wheels being moved in a skating motion on water; artist Ted Rawlings) 1156.
  • Odd Jobs (factual; WW2 unusual units; inside covers; artist Bevan) 1966.
  • Old Broken Tusk (complete story; hunting in Africa; Mike Hawker, poacher; artist Alonso?) 1456.
  • Old Fashioned Joe (complete story; Chinook Joe, an Eskimo wrongly accused of killing a Mountie; artist not known) 1619.
  • Old Man Mailey's Mule (series character; text; western; featuring Johnny Stark; Clint Mailey; Snowdrop, a mule; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Odd Man of the United (artist Harding).
  • Old Surefoot's Greatest Show (complete story; Hagan's circus; Tex Royal and Charley, the horse; artist Shone) 219.
  • Olympic Oddities (factual; sport; artist Ted Rawlings) S1971.
  • Omes, Wally (series character) see Johnny Hop.
  • On the Run! (complete story; Mafia Hit man Ricky Scapoli stealing money from his bosses; artist Cooper) 1990.
  • On Patrol (one page of facts about the SAS; artist not known) 1570.
  • On Trial! (WW2 Army, Gurkhas; artist not known; featuring Lieutenant Red Owen).
    
    
    
  • Once a Pilot, Always a Pilot! (WW2 RAF; complete story; pilot regaining his nerve to fly a bomber; artist Philpotts) 443.
  • One Black Gun of the Stranger, The (complete story; text; western; artist not known) 1970.
  • One Flight Wonder, The (WW2 RAF; artist Diaz; featuring Airman Ted Evans). S1969, col. (first page only).
  • One Man and His Dog (adventure; boxing; artist Rawlings; featuring Kid Calloran, Light-Weight Champion - Britain) 634; RP 1017.
  • One Man at El Alamein (factual; WW2 Army; Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders; North Africa, near Trobruk; 23rd Oct, 1942; following one man during the battle, Lieutenant Samwell; front / back cover story; no medals awarded) 359.
    
    
    
  • One-Man War of Johnny Starr, The (western) 1977.
  • Only One Came Back (factual WW2 ; RAF) 1978.
  • Only One Will Walk Away! (nature story, timber wolf vs. a deer; Canadian themed story; complete story; text; artist not known) 366.
  • Only Three Came Back (WW2, USAF; factual; American Marauder bomber hit whilst flying on a bombing mission of a Japanese base at Rabaul, New Britain in the Pacific. The adventures of the shot down Marauder crew. No personnel named; artist Bevan) 5; RP 479.
  • Open Fire! (factual; WW1 RN; 08th/09th Nov. 1918; British Q ship Privet attacked U-Boat U-34, near Gibraltar & sank it, last submarine to be sunk in the WW1; artist not known) 238.
  • Operation Archery (WW2 Commandos; factual; complete story raiding Norwegian islands of Vaagso and Maaloy, 27th Dec. 1941; artist Farrugia) 1970.
  • Operation Mustapha see Kennedy, ‘Killer’ (series character).
  • Operation Oscar see Kennedy, ‘Killer’ (series character).
  • Operation Robinson (WW2 RAF; factual; Oct. 1942; attack on the Schneider-Creusot armament works, France; front/back cover story; artist Sutherland) 19.
  • Orchid#, Johnny White Hunter (series character; safari adventure; present day Africa; featuring Johnny Orchid; Priet Van Rensburg; Colonel Hallem; Rundari; writer J.T. Edson; artist not known) 1968
    
    
    
  • Ordeal In The Atlantic (factual; WW2 RN; factual; summer 1943; British merchant ship torpedoed in Atlantic, survival of crew; artist Bevan) 24 RP 388.
  • Osmond, Vic (series character; adventure) see Rule of the Gun.
  • Our Keeper’s Mascot-Mad! (sport; football) see Powell, Bill (series character; sport football).
  • Our Man in Gabwana (secret service; Mike Stone series character) 1973.
  • "Out of Sight - Out of Mind!" (factual; WW2 RAAF; Jan. 1942; Japanese bombers attacking RAF airfield, Chittagong, Burma; Squadron Leader Frank Carey attacks the bombers; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Outcasts of Convict Coast (series characters; mid 18th century adventure; England and Australia; featuring Thomas Heatherstone; Josiah Heatherstone; Raff Torring; Jem Colly; artist not known).
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  • Outcasts of St. Oswald's, The (series charcters; sport; football; school boy adventure; boys form a football team in a rugby only school; featuring Tony Benson; "Dusty" Miller; artist not known).
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  • Outlaw Tree, The (complete story; text; Canadian themed story; lumberjack, high rigger; artist not known) 448.
  • Outlaw Wore Armour, The (adventure; 19th Century; Ned Kelly) 1979; Kelly's story also told 367; title - Ned Kelly: The Last of the Bushrangers; artist Bill Holroyd?
     
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  • Palm Sunday Massacre (factual; WW2 RAF / US Air Force; 18th April, 1943; American P-40 Warhawks fighters of 57th, 324 Fighter Group and Spitfires of 92 Squadron, engage 1200 German aircraft carrying Afrika Korp troops; they shoot down 77 enemy aircraft; artist not known; note - article has no title) 1093.
    
    
    
  • P for Percy's Big Day! (factual; WW2 RAF; 02nd June, 1943; island of Lampedusa, Mediterranean Sea; Sergeant S. Cohen ran out of fuel landed his plane on island and accepted Italians surrender; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist Diaz) 414.
    
    
    
  • P.C.’s Number was Nine! (Football) 1980.
  • Packer, Sam (series character; sport; football) see You Can't Call That Football!
  • Paddle Your Own Canoe. (game) S1969, col.
  • Page, Mark (series character; sea-faring adventure) see Secret of Shark Island, The.
  • Page, Private Danny (series character; Victorian army adventure) see Branded.
  • Palmer, Sonny (series character; Australian themed story; present day) see They Breed 'em Tough in the Outback!
  • Pangbourne at Dunkirk, The (factual; front/back cover story; 28th May to 03rd June 1940, story of one of the small ships the armed trawler Pangbourne, which helped
    
    
    
  • Panther's Prey (complete story; World War Two; artist not known) 1990.
  • Panton, Pat (series character; sport; boxing) see Punch Pirate.
  • Panzers Struck at Christmas, The (factual; WW2 Army; Dec. 1944; story of German counter attack in the Ardennes Mountains, Belgium and how it was repulsed; artist not known) 253.
    
    
    
  • Papa Gillon's Garden (WW2 RAF/Resistance; pilot escaping from France; complete story; artist not known) 1988.
  • Parachuting (factual; sport) 1969.
  • Parsons (series character ; man-servant to Lord Crandall-Smythe) see Toughest Toff in Town.
  • Pathfinders (factual; WW2; RAF; inside cover) 1986.
  • Patrol series (WW2; note each week would feature a different type of 'patrol' story; No series characters; artist Farrugia).
    
    
    
  • Patsy White (series character; WW2 Secret Agent) see White, Patsy
  • Peabody, Milton (series character; WW2 army; railway story) see Cannonball Express, The.
  • Pedal Power (factual) S1980 col.
  • Peel, Sergeant Joe (WW2 Army; series character) see Joe's Boys.
  • Penelope H.M.S. see H.M.S. Pepper Pot (factual; March 1942; Malta; H.M.S. Penelope under attack in harbour).
  • Pennington, Tim (series character; sport; athletics) see Taneebo the Thunderbolt.
  • Pennine Gallopers, The (18th century; highwaymen; artist Sutherland; featuring Wat Travis)
    
    
    
  • Pepin (series character; WW2 army; railway story) see Cannonball Express, The.
  • Percy's Private Army (series characters; WW2 Army; humour; featuring Honourable Percy Plimmer; Chalmers, the butler; Maurice Bird, the gardener; his nephew, Dickie Bird; Puffy Warburton; Lenny Moleskin, poacher; Jem Blackthorn, game-keeper; artist Bagnall).
    
    
    
  • Pepper, Miss Primrose (series character; sport; football; humorous) see Potterton Pansies, The.
  • Perfect Escape (complete story; Jake Martin a convict escapes from jail and plans to marry a girl, unfortunately she's already married - to a policeman!; artist Redondo) 1546.
  • Petard and Paladin British ships attack and sink a large Japanese submarine which was attacking their convey; factual; Indian Ocean; WW2 RN; 12th Feb. 1944; front / back cover story; no medals awarded; artist not known) 1048.
    
    
    
  • Peter, Pilot Officer R.G. (WW2 RAF; 27th/28th April, 1944; Raid on Friedrichshafen, Germany; saving his crew; no medal awarded; artist Sturrock?) 1463.
  • Peters, Willie (series; sci-fi) see Bugaboo, Coming of the.
  • Phantom of the Fighting Fifth (WW2 5th Hussars, Crete; series characters; featuring Sergeant Sam Bolt; troopers Tom Gordon, Olly Barnett, Bob Moore; artist Leo Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Phantom Hound, The (complete story; adventure; artist not known) 1994.
  • Philpotts, Frederick see Artists
  • Phipps, Monty (series character; Upper class adventurer) see Dragon Flag, The.
  • Photo Fun (jokes) 1991.
  • Pickford: Past Master of Football (series character; featuring Mister Pickford; Jimmy Baker; artist not known; Redstoke Football Club).
    
    
    
  • Pied Piper of Pink Hill (factual; WW2 New Zealand Army; defending the island of Crete from the Germans; Capt. M. Forrester, Queen's Regt. who played a tin whistle to encourage the Greek troops who he was in command off; artist Philpotts) 374.
    
    
    
  • Pierce, the Hunter (series characters; sci-fi; poisonous ferns have invaded Earth) see Last Six Hundred, The.
  • Pigeon# stories see
    
    
    
    
  • Pilbeam’s Pupil, Mr (Sports story) 1984.
  • Pillow Champ, The (series character; sport; artist Sutherland (first series); featuring Cuthbert Mayblossom, Weary Gorman)
    
    
    
  • Pilot From The Past, The (WW2 Luftwaffe) 1977.
  • Pilot Who Paddled Home, The (factual; WW2 RAF South African pilot Lieutenant R.H. Veitch; 260 Squadron; shot down twice in three days. Appointed Commodore of the Desert Air Force Yachting Club; artist Shone) 377.
    
    
    
  • Pimm, Jake (series character; sport; football) see Jake's Giant Killers.
  • Pincers of Peril (series character; sci-fi; sea adventure; giant lobster?; featuring Cadet Officer Dick Porter; artist Alonso).
    
    
    
  • Pinguin, Sinking of (factual; WW2 RN; 22nd May 1940; German raider sunk by H.M.S. Cornwall; front/back cover story; artist Bagnall) 150.
  • Pint-sized Commando (WW2 Army; complete story?; featuring Billy Martin, Boy Buglar; artist not known) S1974.
  • Pirates of the Java Sea 1984.
  • Place to put a Saddle, A. (complete story; western; Clem Penrat, Pony Express adventure; artist Shone) 210.
  • Places of Death (series character; ghost hunting adventures) see Barrett, Jason.
  • Plane That Caught a U-Boat, The (WW2 RAF; factual; 27th August, 1941; Squadron Leader Thompson; location not stated; artist not known; front/back cover story) 10.
  • Planes Between The Wars (factual) S1982.
  • Planet Seekers, The (series characters; sci-fi; adventures of GSS 202 (known to her crew as the Vegan Queen), searching for new planets to colonise; featuring Star Samson, Doc Monk, Leo 'Sparky' Sparks, Gus the computer; artist Alonso).
    
    
    
  • Plimmer, Honourable Percy (series character; WW2 Army; humour) see Percy's Private Army.
  • Plimpton, Lord (WW2; Bones’s posh boss) see Bones, Joe
  • Plough and Yoke Warriors, The (Odd incidents from British History) 1985
  • Plymouth Argylls, The (WW2 Army; factual; story of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders and Royal Marines defending Singapore from the Japs; front/back cover story; artist Kearon) 6.
  • Podge, Private (series character; WW2 Army; Far East themed story) see Thirteen Badges for General Yokuba.
  • Police## stories
    
    
    
  • Policeman in Khaki (WW2; Army criminal investigations; featuring Captain Dick Snowdon; artist Shone).
    
    
    
  • Polish Eagle, The (WW2, Polish Navy; factual; escape of the submarine Orzel from Gdynia harbour to Britain; front/back cover story; artist not known) 113; RP 475 one page; artist Bevan; RP 701 artist not known.
    
    
    
  • Poly, Mister Roly (series character; football) see Mister Roly Poly (series character; football)
  • Pontus (series character; sci-fi) see Blood Hunt.
  • Pony Express see
    
    
    
  • Porcupine, The Flying (WW2 factual) 1972
  • Porter, Cadet Officer Dick (series character; sci-fi; sea adventure) see Pincers of Peril.
  • Porter, Sam (series character; adventure; text) see We Fly Anything-Anywhere!
  • Post Bag Parade - readers letters, stories, artwork and jokes. First apperance in issue 2 and then in every issue with an occasional change of page title.
    
    
    
  • Poster pictures (two page colour picture, usually found in the Summer Specials).
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  • Potter, Major ‘Potty’ (series character) see Barge That Went to War, The (series character; WW1) 1971
  • Potterton Pansies, The (series characters; sport; football; humorous; featuring Miss Primrose Pepper; Jay-Gee Jakes; "Dingley"; artist same as B Team?).
    
    
    
    
  • Powell#, Bill (series character; sport; football; chief scout for Burnham City; various artists).
    
    
  • Powell, Robert Baden- see Hero of Mafeking , The (Victorian Army) 1985
  • Prendergast, Sir Giles (Chief of the Secret Service; series character) see Spywatcher
  • Prentice, Peter (series character; sport; horse-racing; jockey) seePresent For Stormer’s Dad, The (School boy shenanigans; artist Sutherland) 1973
  • Pressley Rangers (football team) see Bandy, Wee (series character; sport; football; Pressley Rangers) 1966
  • Prester John (13th Century, Africa; leader of a company of archers) see Dark Domain, The.
  • Press on Regardless! (WW2 RAF Factual) 1976.
  • Preston, Alec (WW2 RAF; series) see Ice-Cold Alec.
  • Preston, George (WW2 series; secret service - mission kill Hitler!) see Finger on the Trigger, The.
  • Prevo, Ben (series character; sci-fi) see Lost World, The.
  • Price# of the Victor -
    
    
    
  • Price, Ned (factual; sport; bare-knuckle fighter; his biography; artist not known) 575.
  • Prince of Tigers (series characters; WW2 German Army; fighting against Russians on the Eastern Front; featuring Prince Kurt Von Arlberg-Holstein; artist Watson).
    
    
    
  • Pringle, Pete (series character; manager of Cecil) see Cecil - The Stone Age Scrapper.
  • Pritchard, Major T.A.C. (factual; WW2 Army; Royal Welch Fusiliers; S. Italy; Feb. 1941; set out to destory an aquaduct, they surrendered to police rather than fire on children; front / back cover story; artist not known) 1049.
    
    
    
  • 'Professor', Private (series character; WW2 Army; Far East themed story) see Thirteen Badges for General Yokuba.
  • Professor's a Pug, The (series characters; text; sport; boxing; humorous; a famous scientist discovers he has a double, who is a boxer; featuring Professor Finnigan; Chopper Alf Barton; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Prouty, Captain (WW2; series characters; Forward observer for a troop of 25 pounders; artist unknown; featuring Captain Prouty; Bombardier Bill Booth, Gunner Pete Jones).
    
    
    
  • Puffer on the Snow Trail, The (canadian adventure; complete story; featuring Willie Wilson; artist Smith?) 12.
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  • Punch From The Past, The (text story; sport boxing.) 1967.
  • Punch Pirate (series character; sport; boxing; featuring Pat Panton; Mister Eldon; Konrad Vidor, villain; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Purple Feather, The (series character; 19th century America; western; featuring John Curt; Young Bear; artist Jean Marie?).
    
    
    
  • Purple Trumpet, The (series character; adventure; the Purple Trumpet refers to a deadly poisonious giant flower; featuring Nat Durant; Chomo & Shingo, native helpers; Von Sturm; Harris; Morgan; artist Farrugia).
    
    
    
  • Puss 'n' Boots (series characters; humour; featuring Puss and Boots - a dog; artist John Keith Geering; note the series also appeared in other D.C. thomson comics - Sparky, Topper and Dandy).
    
    
    
  • Puzzle pages see Quizzes.
     
    
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  • Queen's Cowboys, The (series characters; artist Vicente Ibáñez Sanchis for both series; writer J.T. Edson; North-West Mounted Police; featuring Colonel French; Commissioner MacLeod;
    
    
    
  • Quentin, John (series character; adventure) see Green Lizard, Look For The.
  • Quest For El Quandor (series characters; S. American Victorian adventure; searching for treasure as asked to do so in their father's will; featuring Jamie Chesterten; Mark Chesterten; artist Kearon?).
    
    
    
  • Question of Sport (quiz) 1972.
  • Quick on The Draw (text story ;western) 1978.
  • Quick, James B. (series character; newspaper reporter for London Daily Clarion 1870's see James B. Quick.
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  • R.C.M.P. see Royal Canadian Mounted Police, The
  • Race Against Time (factual; WW2 Army; 30th March, 1945; "C" Company, 4th Somerset Light Infantry; advancing into Germany preventing a bridge from being blown up; Pioneer Sergeant Hayman; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist not known) 427.
    
    
    
  • Race That Lasted a Year, The (text story; sport; running.) 1977
  • Race to Wyatt’s Ferry (text story; adventure; artic circle.) 1971
  • Racing Driver (series characters; sport; go-kart racing; featuring Greg Davey; 'Oily' Dooley).
    
    
    
  • Racing Thrills and Spills (factual; sport motor racing; inside cover; artist Bevan) 1967.
  • Racket That Won Wimbledon, The (sport; tennis; artist Marti) S1977.
  • Radar Raiders, The (WW2 Army; factual; 27th February, 1942; Bruneval, Northern France; front/back cover story; artist Vandeput) 14.
  • Rafferty's Own (series character; Sepoy Indian Mutiny, 1857; North-West Frontier stories; featuring Captain Tim Rafferty ;artist Sutherland).
    
    
    
  • Rafferty Plan, The (WW2 Army; heist/caper; artist Antonio Garcia?; featuring Privates Nick Rafferty; 'Dutch' Holland; 'Red ' Crocker and safe-breaker 'Fingers' Finney).
    
    
    
  • Ragnar's Revenge (series characters; WW2 Special Boat Service; featuring Sergeant Blake Edwards; Corporal Tom Watson; artist Bleach).
    
                           
    
    
  • Raid on El Wak, The (WW2 Army; factual; 10th Dec. 1940; 1st Battalion, Gold Coast Regt.; successful raid on El Wak fort; artist Bagnall) 325.
  • Raid on Eindhoven (factual; WW2 RAF; 04th Dec. 1945; 609 & 198 Squadrons attacked German bombers at their base in Eindhoven, Holland; artist Philpotts; front/back cover story) 295.
  • Raid on the House of Secrets (WW2 RAF, 613 Squadron; factual; 01st April, 1941, raid on German Gestapo HQ in the Hague, Holland; artist not known) 79.
  • Raid on Zeebrugge, The (WW1 RN; series; artist Bagnall; featuring Lieutenant John Smythe RNVR - real or fictional character?; based on a true story).
    
    
    
  • Raid on Bruneval, The (WW2 Paratroopers; artist not known) 1969. RP 1567 as part of the Action Stations series?
  • Raid on General Rommel (WW2 Army; complete story?; factual or fiction? featuring ).
  • Raid on St. Nazaire, The (WW2 ; army) 1964.
  • Raiders Came At Christmas, The (factual; WW2 Commandos; Christmas 1941 raid of Vaagso and Maaloy islands off the Norwegian Coast; front/back cover story; artist Sutherland) 97; RP 357 (artist Ted Rawlings).
  • Raiders Harbour (WW2 RN) 1972.
  • Railway Into The Clouds (factual; building a railway in the treacherous mountains of Peru; artist Bevan) 763.
  • Railway That Went Out To Sea, The (factual; building a railway through the Everglades and one hundred miles out into the Gulf of Mexico; artist Bevan) 762.
  • Railway# themed stories.
  • Ralph, the kitchen boy (series character; late 13th century; searching for a priceless gem) see Eye of Kublai Khan, The.
  • Ram, Ali (series character, present day North-West Frontier) see Khan's Man, The.
  • Ramage of the Roaring Guns (series character; India 1575; featuring Master Gunner John Ramage; Simon Bell; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Ramage, Master Gunner John (series character; India 1575) see Ramage of the Roaring Guns.
  • Ramose (series characters; ancient Egypt) Sons of Ra, The.
  • Ranger (WW2; series character; artist Jim Watson; featuring Sergeant Joe Keeler, American Ranger).
    
    
    
  • Ranken, Ensign Jack (series character; Crimean War; loss of the Regimental colours and the story of retrieving them) see Colours of the 193rd.
  • Raven Talks, The (series character; text; police; crime scientist) see Crane, Craig.
  • Rawalpindi Went Down Fighting, The (factual; WW2 RN,; 23rd Nov. 1939; first naval engagement between British auxiliary cruiser and two German pocket battleships; captained by E.C. Kennedy; front/back cover story; artist Kearon) 75.
  • Rawlings, Ted see Artists.
  • Razmid - Pathan servant (series; S. American Victorian adventure) see Keepers of the Sun Stone.
  • Razzle-Dazzle General, The (complete story; text; Sergeant pilot Jim Dennison escapes an enemy POW dressed as an Italian General; artist not known) 463 RP 700.
    
    
    
  • Readers letters to the Victor see
    
    
    
  • Real Mouse, A (?; artist not known; complete strip?) S1992.
  • Real Thing, The (factual; WW2 American Flying Fortress bomber) 1992.
  • Rearguard (artist Ted Rawlings) 1989.
  • Rebel of the Iron Road (series characters; S. American western; featuring Lee Christmas, engine driver; Bill Drummond; writer J.T. Edson; artist Josep Marti).
    
    
    
    
  • Record Holders of the Air (factual; inside cover) 1968
    
    
    
  • Red Cloud: Chief of the Sioux (factual; story of this Indian chief; artist not known) 468.
  • Red Cross For Danger (WW2 RAF; complete story; text; a Red Cross plane in danger; artist not known) 311.
  • Red# Dagger (a 64 page compilation picture story from D.C. Thomson comics, including The Victor, Hornet and Wizard).
    
    
    
  • Red Destroyers Must Be Stopped (series character; adventure; Africa; text) see March of the Ants, The.
  • Red-Hot Shot Guns, The (factual; weird weapons and war machines including the depressing gun carriages used at Gibraltar, 1782; artist not known) 985.
  • Red Indians (lives of the North American Indians) see How the Red Man Lived (factual).
  • Red Knight?, Who Killed The (factual; WW1 RAF; 21st April, 1918; death of Baron Manfred von Richthofen; front/back cover story; artist not known) 213.
  • Red## MacGregor, The (series character; Scottish outlaw; artist Ted Rawlings (unless specified otherwise; featuring various friends in different series - see notes below).
    
    
    
  • Red Rangers, The (series characters; sport; football; featuring Sir Herbert Foster; Penstone Rangers Football Club; artist Bert Vandeput).
    
    
  • Red Star Roberts (series character; present day crime fighter; artist Sutherland).
    
    
    
  • Reede, Jim (adventure – capturing animals for zoos and circuses) seeRegiment of Foreigners (factual; history of Foreign Legion) 1977 see also Foreign Legion, The
  • Reid, Bill (series; school boy adventures) see Gorilla Gang.
  • Reign of the Last Dragon, The (series characters; central African adventure; dinosaur; featuring Jack Benson; Umzuma; artist Jean Marie).
    
    
    
  • Rendezvous With Death (WW2 Army; factual; February 1944; 15th Corp Administrative Area; Japanese attack; artist Coleman) 301.
  • Reno Brothers, The: They Lived by the Gun (factual; western; Reno brothers one of the most feared outlaw bands in American West; artist not known) 430.
  • Rescue Ship, The (series characters; WW2 RN; H.M.S. Hunter, a converted yacht; featuring Lieutenant Commander Sterling; Surgeon-Lieutenant Dudley; Petty Officer Thorton; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Rescue Squad (series characters; present day adventure; featuring Brad Frazer; Davey Watson, Olympic athlete; Nick Maddox, top racing driver; artist Cooper; series in col.).
    
    
    
  • Revenge of the Fox (series character; WW2 German Army; featuring Private Klaus Vollmer, tracking down Nazi's responsible for the death of his father; artist Garcia).
    
    
    
  • Return From Dusseldorf (factual; WW2 RAF; following a Stirling bomber crew's adventures on a raid; piloted by Paddy Trench, wireless operator Raoul Jenner, Canadian; Trench awarded DSO; Jenner - the George Medal; artist not known) 153.
     
    
    
  • Return From Mars (series characters; sci-fi; featuring Air Commander Roy Fane; Republic of Sarria invade Britain, survivors flee to Mars. Britain then fights back; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Revolt of the Dogs (series characters; sci-fi; text; adventure; featuring Dirk, a dog; Professor Lorrimer; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Rhodesian Railway, Building of (factual; crossing the River Zambesi, Rhodesia now South Africa; title - A Leopard Was First!; artist Bevan) 758.
  • Riddle of the Rocks, The (series characters; WW2 army; British tank crew fighting behind enemy lines with Arab allies; N. Africa; featuring Sergeant Ted Maitland; Corporal Ned Ferrier; Trooper Phil Bland; Trooper Jack Poole; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
    
  • Rifle and The Rod, The (series character; journalist; writer J.T. Edson; artist Vicente Ibáñez Sanchis; featuring Mac Trent, sportswriter for Wood and River magazine).
    
    
    
  • Riggs, Sergeant Johnny (series character, present day North-West Frontier) see Khan's Man, The.
  • River of Death (complete story; journalists captured and escaping from a penal colony in South America; artist Philpotts) 648.
  • River Rats, The (WW2 RN/SBS; series; Burma 1945; artist Alonso; featuring Sergeant Johnny Low, Marine Mike Kelly, Captain Lance Marshall)
     
    
    
  • Roaring Road, The: Across the West (factual; story of the building of the railway across America; artist not known) 757.
  • Roaring Rockets, The (WW2 RN; series characters; forward RN observers for rocket launching craft; featuring Petty Officer "Sparks" Howard; Ordinary Seaman "Sleepy" Saunders; artist Coleman; note issue 241 drawn by Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Roberts, Johnny (series character; sci-fi; adventure) see Voice From Mars, The.
  • Roberts, Private Ken (series character; WW2 Army) see Llewellyn is Lost.
  • Robertson, Lieutenant Johnny (factual; no medal awarded; WW1 British Tank Corp. supporting the 2nd Division, Canadian Corps; 8th Aug. 1918; Battle of Amiens; helping to rout German infantry and a German Observation ballon; artist Sanchis) 727.
    
    
    
  • Robin’s Fall see Barrett, Jason (series character; adventure)
  • Robinson, Commander (WW2 RN; front/back cover story; no medals awarded; destroyed submarine E-15 to avoid it being captured by the Turkish forces; artist Bevan) 569; RP 1365 (artist Bevan?)
    
    
    
  • Robots of the Deep (series characters; secret service; 1970's story; featuring Tony York; Bill Black; artist Sanchis).
     
     
    
  • Rocket Revenge? (Pirates) 1980.
  • Rocket Strike, The (factual; WW2 RN; April 1941; H.M.S. Partia, fired a Harvey Projector experimental rocket at a German bomber; Lieu. Alec Menhenick; artist Coleman) 302.
  • Rocky Road to Nowhere (series characters; text; adventure, a boy looking for his brother; late 19th century; Australian themed story; featuring Dick Hardy; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Rocky Road to Spain (series characters; sport; football; featuring President Sydney; Don Carlos Smith; small S. American state of Troubadore sends a team to the Spain World Cup; artist Bleach).
     
    
    
  • Rodd, H.K. (series character) see Wonder Man, The.
  • Rode with Thunderbolt, I (Australian Bushranger story) 1969
  • Rogan, Bo (series character; sci-fi) see Head-Hunter of the Galaxy.
  • Rogan of the Rocket Troop (series character; 18th Century British Rocket Troop, Malta; artist Rawlings)
     
    
    
  • Rogers, Ben (series character; WW2 China) see Battler With the Black Patch, The.
  • Rogers, 'Wheels' (series character; secret service; member of an elite British Intelligence anti-terrorist team) see Force Five!
  • Roll-Along Logans, The (series characters; show business family wild west adventures; featuring Pa, Ma, Barry, Susan and Pip Logan; artist not known.
    
    
    
  • Rollins, Sid (series character; photography) see Snapshot Sid, the Camera Kid.
  • Roly Poly, Mister (series character; football) see Mister Roly Poly
  • Rom (series character; adventure) see Iron Three, The.
  • Romsey, Miles (series character; medieval France; text) see Romsey, the Rope Man.
  • Romsey, the Rope Man (series character; medieval France; text; featuring Miles Romsey; artist not known).
    
    
    
    
  • Rook, Valentine (series character; ghost hunter)
    
    
    
  • Rope Bridge to Safety, The (complete story; text; a lifeboat service story; artist not known) 364.
  • Roper, Sam (series character; WW2 RAF; Far East, flying an unarmed plane around islands, hitting the Japs) see Kangeroo Kite.
  • Roper, Sergeant Joe (series character; WW2 Army; North Africa) seeWells at Marzuk.
  • Ross, Buck (series character; sport; boxing; late 19th century) see Champ From The Covered Wagon, The.
  • Ross, Charles and Albert (series characters) see Cap That Carlo Wore, The.
  • Round of The Guns, A (factual; history of artillery; inside covers) 1971 RP 1023?
  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police (R.C.M.P.) stories (note - also includes stories featuring the North-West Mounted Police, forerunners of the R.C.M.P.) see
    
    
    
  • Royal Marine Commandos invading Mainland Italy at Salerno (factual; Sept. 1943; No.41 Commando, held off German counter attacks, until relieved; front/back cover story; no medals awarded; artist Kennedy?) 1239.
  • Royal Scots Greys at Waterloo (factual; story of the back cover) 1964
  • Rudge of the Runners (series character; 18th Century Bow Street Runners; featuring Runner Kit Rudge; artist Jean Marie?).
    
    
    
  • Ruffies and the Tuffies, the (series characters; two Hillbilly families constantly feuding; Humour; artist not known; note - some stories may well be reprints; strip may not be in some issues).
    
    
    
  • Rugg, Spike (series character; oil drilling adventure; Middle East themed story) see Whirler, The.
  • Rule of Rogat, The (series character; sci-fi; featuring Yakra; artist Alcatena).
    
    
    
  • Rule of the Gun (series characters; floating on a raft style of adventure; featuring Professor Felton; Booth Akrigg; Theo Watson; Vic Osmond; Skag Ryan and Max Konig, escaped criminals; artist Marie?)
    
    
    
  • Rule of the Rope (complete story; text; American War of Independence; Ralph Slocum and his sons are to be hanged; artist not known) 512.
  • Rulers of the Sky (factual) S1980 col.
  • Run or Die! (Western; U.S. Cavalry) 1971.
  • Runaway! (one page story; Captain Jed Blake, Confederate Cavalry escaping from Union soldiers; artist not known) 1657.
  • Running the Gauntlet (complete story; Napoleonic; campaign in Prussia, 1806; rushing supplies up to the guns; artist Bleach?) 1990.
  • Running the Gauntlet (WW2 Army; complete story; 6th June 1944, France; artist Coleman) 246.
  • Ryan, Bill (series characters; Far East themed adventure) see Forbidden Gold of the Wakawa, The.
  • Ryan, Skag (series character; adventure) see Rule of the Gun.
  • Ryan, The Rope Man (WW2 Army; complete story; Burma; Buck Ryan, Canadian; artist not known) 1987.
  • Ryder, Sergeant Tom (WW2 Paratroopers/RAF; series character) see White Water War.
  • Rynn, Sol (series character; sci-fi; police) see Starhawk.
     
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  • St. George's Day (factual; WW1 Army; 23rd April, 1917; Northumberland Fusiliers; Arras; France; story about a donkey eating roses on St. George's Day; artist Philpotts) 561.
    
    
    
    St. Oswald's Star Substitute (complete story; school-boy sport story; football; Wilf Mannering; artist not known) 646.
  • Sabre-Toothed Slinker, The (series characters; sci-fi; featuring Dr. Fuller; artist Leo Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Sacred Kaross, The (series characters; S. African themed story; 19th century; British settler, helps a Zulu chief establish his rule over the Zulu nation; featuring John Stock; Chaka; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Saddled a Cyclone!, He (complete story; Canadian moose riding story!; artist not known) 23.
  • Sadler, Mike (series character; how and why war breaks out in a small English town) see When War Broke Out in Winton.
  • Safari on Patrol (WW2 RN; factual; story of the submarine
  • HMS Safari patrol operating from Malta, 1942; artist not known) 125.
  • Saga of Samburu Scouts, The (series character featuring Dan Hollick; text) see Hollick, Sergeant Dan.
  • Sailors With Wings (factual; history of the Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy; artist Bevan) 755.
  • Salt, Gus (series character; adventure; merchant Navy; present day) see Salt of the Slogger.
  • Salt of the Slogger (series character; adventure; merchant Navy; present day; featuring Gus Salt; Captain Yokum; artist Josep Marti).
    
    
    
  • Sammy Stops the Clock (sport; cricket; humour; artist unknown) S1976; col..
  • Sampan to Safety (factual; WW2 RAAF; 93 Squadron; 07th Aug. 1945; Flying Officers Sim & Farrant; aircrew escaping after being shot down in Sarawak; no medals awarded; artist not known) 453.
    
    
    
  • Sampan Sammy (series characters; 1960's adventure, set in Hong Kong; featuring Sampan Sammy; artist not known - but same as Colt. 45).
    
    
    
  • Samson, Star (series character) see Planet Seekers,The.
  • Samson’s Scrapbook, Sergeant (series character; police; artists Sunderland first series; George Parlett, second series).
    
    
    
  • Sandar (series character; Middle Ages) see Keys to the Kingdom.
  • Sanderson, Mike (series character; test-pilot adventure) see Send for Sanderson.
  • Sands of Sudden Death, The (series characters; North Africa; featuring Sergeant Steve Stenning; Sapper Lofty Long; artist Diaz).
    
    
    
  • Sands, Saul (series character; various unknown artists; father of Shiwa Sands; featuring Fundi, a native gun bearer).
    
    
  • Sands#, Shiwa (series character; boy hunter, son of Saul Sands; unless stated artist Alonso).
    
    
    
  • Santa Had Twinkling Toes (sport; football; Oldsport City; complete story) 1974.
    
    
    
  • Santa With the Twenty-Foot Stride (complete story; text; story about boys being stranded in the snow; artist Sturrock?) 357.
  • Sandy's Secret War (series characters; prior to WW2; British boys fighting against Nazi's, Berlin 1933; featuring Alexander "Sandy" Hunt; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • SAS - Special Air Service (unique raiding force formed during WW2)
    
    
    
  • Sasquatch Walks! (series characters; Canadian themed story; adventure; featuring ?; artist Garcia). .
    
    
    
  • Saunders, Ordinary Seaman "Sleepy" (WW2 RN; series character; forward RN observers for rocket launching craft) see Roaring Rockets, The.
  • Savage of the South Seas (complete story; early 19th century; featuring Joe Vincent; three men shipwrecked on a South Seas island; artist not known) 383; RP 916.
  • Savage Servants of Tskedi, The see Sands, Shiwa.
  • Saved by the Guns! (WW1 Army; factual; Captain Howarth; 4th Leicestershires; 29th Sept. 1918; artist (P)) 281.
  • Saving the Captain (factual; WW2 RN) 1982.
  • Saving of the Citadel, The (series characters; 17th century adventure, Vienna; fighting Turkish Tartar armies; featuring Richard Eliot; George Rimpler; artist P).
    
    
    
  • Saving the Ship (WW2 RN; factual; artist unknown) S1979.
  • Saxon, Send For (series character; Humorous adventure; crime fighter) see Send for Saxon.
  • Sayers, Pat (series character; sport; boxing; text) see Son of the Lost Champion.
  • Sayers, Tom (series character; sport; bare-fist fighting) see Tom Sayers - The Battler From Brighton.
  • Scalp For Harry Beaver, A (complete story; Canadian themed; hunting adventure; artist Ted Rawlings) 612.
  • Scardi, Vince (series character; sport; Formula One Motor Racing) see Speed Kings and the Deadly Doubles.
  • Scarlet Acorn, The (series characters; Roman Britain; featuring ?; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Scarlet Lizard (series characters; adventure; sunken treasure) see Green Lizard, Look For The.
  • Scarlet Spitfire, The (WW2 RAF; artist unknown; featuring Flying Officer Andy Black) S1979, col.
  • Schmidt, Feldwabel Karl (series character; WW2 Army) see Smiths of Svensk.
  • Schneider Trophy, The (factual; a trophy awarded to the fastest a seaplane in a races held between 1913 and the outbreak of WW2; artist Bevan?) 444.
  • School Beside the Scaffold, The (series characters; 17th century adventure; featuring Reuben Williams; Joe Williams; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • School Boy Wonders (series characters; sport; football; featuring Fred 'Cannonball' Kidd; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • School For Bashers (series characters; sport; boxing; featuring "Bucky" Collins, ex-British heavy-weight champion; "Fatty" Dolan, trainer; nippy Brandon; Pod Taylor; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • School of Shake, Rattle and Roar (complete story; police; Royal Canadian Mounted Police; artist Shone) 216.
  • Sci-fi# Stories
    
    
    
  • Scott, Ken (WW2 Auxiliary Fire Service) see Hot-Spot Scott.
  • Scott, Mike (series characters; text; Australian journalist in 1850's gold rush) see Goldfields Newshawk, The.
  • Scourage of the Black Crabs (series characters; secret service; sport; motorbike racing; featuring Tim Allan; Rex Slade; artist Kearon).
    
    
    
  • Scourge of the skies, The (factual; WW1 RFC; 24th April, 1916; D.H. 2 plane ending the German Fokker monoplane threat to British planes; front / back cover story; artist not known) 340.
    
    
    
    
  • Scramble! (WW2 two page centre spread of German Focke-Wulf planes attacking a British airfield during the Battle of Britain) S1980 col.
  • Sea Battles: British and Italian ships that fought in the Mediterranean in 1940-41 (factual; artist Bevan) 753.
  • Sea Fury (complete story; great sea race 1842; artist Ted Rawlings) 645; RP 1019.
  • Sea in His Blood, The (complete story; a young boy's dream of being part of a life-boat's crew; artist not known) 670.
  • Sea Shall Not Have Them, The (WW2 rescue) 1975.
  • Sea Shall Not Have Them, The (complete story; text; 18th century smugglers rescuing lives of five men trying to capture them; artist not known) 514.
  • Sea Signs (factual; semphore signals; artist unknown) S1968, col.
  • Searcher of the Far Horizon (series characters; adventure; searching for a missing brother in Australia; featuring Dick Hardy; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Second Chance Champion, The (factual; sport; motor racing; Jack Hill; artist Vincente?) S1971.
  • Secret of Sann Island, The (series; sea diving adventure; featuring reporter Tony York; photographer Smutty Black; artist Shone).
    
    
    
  • Secret of the Schoolboy Spy, The (series characters; WW2 Secret Service; featuring Dan Wilson; artist Josep Marti).
    
    
    
  • Secret of Shark Island, The (sea-faring adventure; featuring Mark Page; Blackjack; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Secret of the Snows, The (complete story; artist Ted Rawlings) 1970.
  • Secret Quest of Tiger Shaw, The (series characters; WW2 Army; featuring Sergeant 'Tiger' Shaw; Private 'Tricky' Jones; artist Kearon).
    
    
    
  • Secret of Silent River, The (WW1 Royal Naval Air Service) 1986.
  • Secret# Service
    
    
    
  • Secrets of the Verner Vault (WW2 Army; helping allied personnel to escape occupied Germany; series characters; featuring Captain Ed Murray; Private West; artist Philpotts).
    
     
    
  • Secrets of Section Six (WW2 series; artist Coleman; featuring Colonel Drake; Lieutenant Joe Turpin RN; Sergeant Platt; Flight Lieutenant 'Bats' Willow and others).
     
    
    
  • Secret of the Snows (complete story; sport; mountain climbing; artist Ted Rawlings) 1970.
  • Seeds of Prosperity (factual; smuggling rubber seeds from Brazil to UK in seven weeks; artist Bevan) 749. RP 1271 artist Bevan.
  • Seeing is Believing - or is it? (quiz; optical illusions) S1972.
  • Seekers of the Sultan's Treasure (series characters; treasure hunting in the East Indies, present day; featuring Pete Drake; Shorty Lewis; Duke; Red O'Leary; artist Shone).
    
    
    
  • Send For Huggins (series characters; western; humorous; featuring Squadron Sergeant Albert Huggins, Royal Light Dragoons; Buckskin; artist not known)
    
    
    
  • Send for Saxon (series character; Humorous adventures; crime fighter).
    
    
    
  • Send for the B-Team (series characters; humour; arist unknown; featuring Clarence (the Iceman) Hopper; Goliath Watts, Clapper Jones; young Knobby Cole; Fang the bloodhound).
    
    
    
  • Send for Sanderson (series character; test-pilot adventure; featuring Mike Sanderson; artist Vandeput).
    
    
    
  • Sergeant of the Foot-Sloggers, A see Millar, Bob Private
  • Sergeant of the Guards (WW2 Army; Sergeant Gilbert; Guards Armoured Division; 5th November, 1944; artist unknown; capturing of five German soldiers single-handed) 269.
  • Sergeant Samson’s Scrapbook (Police) see Samson’s Scrapbook, Sergeant (series character; police; artist Sunderland).
  • Seven Days From Derna (WW2 Army; facutal; story of six men, No.7 platoon, B Company, King's Royal Rifle Corps walking back through Western desert to British lines 7th April, 1944, artist Coleman) 314.
    
    
    
  • Seven Hussars; factual; Rangoon, Burma in successful tank action against Japanese forces; Feb. 1942; note - no story title; front / back cover story; artist not known) 1085.
    
    
    
  • Shadow Over Scrapper Grey, The (series characters; sport; boxing; featuring Benny Grey; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Shadow That Stalked Sam Bent, The (complete story; text; western; ex-gunfighter shooting it out with his 'shadow'; artist not known) 459.
  • Shannon, Pilot Officer Doug (WW2 RAF) see Strike Squadron).
  • Shappo (series character; Inca warriors return to life in 20th century to hunt down the desecraters of their sacred temple) see Eagles Awake!, The.
  • Shard, Alan and Jem (series characters; WW2 guerrillas; Far East themed story) Last British Boy in Singapore, The.
  • Shark Squadron (WW2 RAF; col.; complete story? featuring ?; artist ?) S1974; RP 479?; artist Coleman.
  • Sharkbait! (adventure; big sea-fishing; artist Marti; complete story; featuring Len Travers, Bert Cullum) S1968, col.
  • Sharks Don't Jump!, So (sport; big game fishing; similar to Duke Farlow; complete story; artist Marti; featuring Doug Wayne) S1977, col.
  • Sharpshooters, The (factual; snipers through the centuries; artist Ted Rawlings) 826.
  • Shaw, Jack (series character; sport; football) Team That Jack Built, The.
  • Shaw, 'Tiger' (WW2 Army; series) see Secret Quest of Tiger Shaw, The.
  • Shepherd's Steed Drank Petrol, The (complete story; working out on an Australian sheep station on a motorbike 1930's, nephew rescuing his grandfather from the Outback; artist Philpotts) 424; RP 1028.
      
    
    
  • Sheppard, Toke (series character; journalist; Prussian siege of Paris 1870) see Sheppard's Flock.
  • Sheppard's Flock (series; Prussian siege of Paris 1870; featuring Toke Sheppard, a journalist for the London Graphic newspaper; Gascon, a young orphan; artist not known).
    
               
    
  • Sheriff of Rockabye County (series characters; modern day western; text; writer J.T. Edson; artist not known; featuring Sheriff Jack Tragg; Deputy Sheriff Mike Counter).
    
    
    
  • Ship That Would Not Die, The (factual; S.S. Demetrio, a merchant tanker attacked on 5th Nov. 1940 in the Atlantic; crew abandoned ship, but later returned & managed to sail her into port. Petty Officer Hawkins O.B.E.; Note - made into a film by Ealing Studios, entitled San Demetrio, London; front/back cover story; artist not known) 29. RP 649 (artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Shiwa Sands see Sands, Shiwa.
  • Shoeshine, native boy (series; WW2 Army; humour) see Tubby's Two Ton Terror.
  • Sholto, Hod (series character; sci-fi) see Star Seekers.
  • Shorter Way There, The (WW2 Paratroopers; complete story; featuring Private Sam Shorter; artist Philpotts) 580.
  • Shot In A Million, A (19th Century Army; Afghanistan ; artist Alonso) 1977
  • Show Off, The (series characters; sport; football; featuring Robin Steele; Donford Rovers; artist Bleach).
    
                           
    
  • Showdown, The (text story; western) 1973.
  • Showdown at Shawnee Creek! (complete story; text; western; Doc Jenks when riled is the fastest gun alive; artist not known) 470.
  • Showdown At Sweetwater (text story; western; complete one page story; artist not known) 1977.
  • Sid's Shadow (series characters; sport; football; featuring Sid Williams; floyd Carson; artist not known - same as Terry's Tornades?).
    
    
    
  • Silent Killer of Pelang, The (complete story; text; Far East, Malaya; hunting a jungle killer; artist not known) 458.
  • Silver Greyhound, The (series characters; English Civil War; mid 17th century; featuring Rufus Delacourt; carrying King Charles II messages back to Cromwell's England; artist Farrugia up to 531, note - last series drawn by Farrugia?; artist from 532 onwards Philpotts).
     
    
    
  • Singapore Tiger, The (factual; WW2 Australian Army; May 1942; small bands of troops in Portuguese Timor attacking Japanese and a Japanese Officer called the Singapore Tiger; artist Philpotts) 387.
     
    
    
  • Singh, Lance-Corporal Sam (series character) see Bombs with the Purple Stripe, The
  • Sink the Kaiser! (WW1 RN; factual; 26th August 1914; H.M.S. Highflyer; artist Coleman; German raider ship Kaiser Wilheim der Grosse; front/back cover story) 290.
  • Sink the Kruger! (series characters; WW2 RN midget submarine; featuring Lieutenant Peter Drake; artist Harding).
    
    
    
  • Sinking of the Birkenhead (Victorian army) 1986
  • Sinking of the Dielpi (true story; WW2 RAF; Malta; front and back covers FC; artist unknown; no lead character or medals mentioned) 218.
  • Sinking of the Konigsberg (true story; WW2 Fleet Air Arm; 10th April, 1940; Bergen, Norway; 600 & 603 squadrons, Fleet Air Arm; artist Vandeput; front/back cover story) 128.
  • Sinking of the Pola. (A Italian heavy cruiser; factual; WW2 RN; front and back covers; artist (P)) 197.
  • Sinking of the Reichenfels!, The (WW2 RAF; factual; 21st June, 1942; Beaufort bombers sinking the German merchant ship Reichenfels; Mediterranean Sea; artist unknown) 318.
  • Sinking of the Scharnhorst (factual; WW2 RN; 26th Dec. 1943; story of British ships including HMS Belfast, Norfolk and Sheffield sinking the Scharnhorst in the Atlantic Ocean; artist Farrugia) 518.
    
    
    
  • Sinking of the Trento, The (factual; WW2 RAF; 15th June, 1942; Beaufort torpedo bombers of 217 Squadron attack an Italian fleet in the Mediterranean Sea; front/back cover story; artist not known) 272.
    
     
    
  • Sinister Secret of Team K (sport; football; series characters; featuring Tom Trett; artist Vandeput; Team K Football Club).
    
    
    
  • Six O'Clock Walk, The (complete story; text; western; gunfight in Gunnison against a cold-blooded killer; artist not known) 456.
  • Skate-board Cops (adventure; present day; children on skate-boards, helping the police; artist not known) 1993.
  • Ski-Men From the Sky, The (WW2 Norwegian Commandos; factual; Feb. 1943; raid on the German heavy water plant at Rjukan, Norway; artist not known) 70.
  • Skill Factor, The (factual; footballing skills with David O'Leary) S 1989.
  • Slack, Boatswain (series character; Napoleonic British Navy) see Fighting Tom Cochrane.
  • Slade of the Pony Express (western) 1964, 1965
     
    
    
  • Slade, Rex (series character; secret service; sport; motorbike racing) see Scourage of the Black Crabs.
  • Slade, Sergeant Sam (series character; WW2 Army) seeSlade's Squad.
  • Slade’s First Solo (WW2 RAF) 1981.
  • Slade's Squad (WW2 Army; series characters; Burma, 1942; featuring Sergeant Sam Slade; Lance Corporal 'Jacko' Jackson; Private 'Batty' Batey; artist Bleach). .
    
    
    
  • Slap-Happy Stone (WW2 RAF; complete story; Stone regarded a reckless flyer and flies as a last resort; artist not known) 1039.
  • Slaphappy Stone-Hero! (WW2 RAF; complete story; text; one parachute between a pilot and a scientist in a bomber shot down. Who takes the parachute?; artist not known) 306.
  • Slater, Bill (series character; climbing adventure) see Human Fly, The.
  • Slater, Sergeant (series character; WW2 Army; Far Eastern themed story) see Long Haul to Mongpen, The.
  • Slaughter of Tombstone (factual; western; Sheriff John Slaughter; artist Albert Holroyd?) 419; also further adventures whilst he was Sheriff of Cochise; artist not known 485.
  • Slaves of the Evil Eyes (series characters; early 18th Century, crooked travelling showman; artist Bagnall; featuring Tom Dudley & Billy Watt, orphans; Krantor; note - series also published in The Hornet?).
    
    
    
  • Slave of the Ring (series characters; sport; boxing; featuring Johnny Nelson; artist Shone).
    
    
    
  • Sleeping Beauty, The (series character; sport; football; Chidsea Rovers; featuring Steve Lee; artist not known.
    
    
    
  • Sleeping Tiger, The (WW2 Army) 1968
  • Slim Jim: The Fighting Cook (series character; WW2 army; artist Albert Holroyd?; featuring Private Jim Slim; Major Brett Packenham; Sergeant 'Red' Mullery).
    
    
    
  • Sling to Missle, From (factual; the development of weapons through the ages; artist Bevan) 15 RP 384.
  • Slinger's Golden Swop (WW2 RN; complete one issue story; artist Rawlings) 745 RP 1133.
  • Slocum, Captain Joshua (factual; title:- Solo Round the World; an epic journey between 1895 & 14th June 1898; artist Bevan) 753.
  • Slocum of the Six Knives (series character; text; American Wild West).
    
    
    
  • Slogger (merchant ship in series) see Salt of the Slogger (series character) adventure; merchant Navy; artist Marti) 1974
  • Smallpiece, Sam (series character; sport; boxing; humour) see Superstitious Sam
  • Smash and Grab! (WW2 Commando; complete story; featuring Bert Hulton, 'the Human Fly'; artist Bill Mainwaring) S1971.
  • Smasher, The (series character; Sci-fi; featuring Glasgow Harry; artists Philpotts; Coleman).
    
    
      
             
  • Red Dagger 64 page compilation of one Smasher story - featuring Doctor Doom, Red Raglan and Ferret, issue eleven. Artist Ian Kennedy.
            
    
    
  • Smiley, Tom (series character; Victorian adventure) see Mark of Zaphrom.
  • 'Smiling Morn' (series characters; text; western; featuring Smiling Morn; artist not known; note this series did not appear in consecutive issues).
    
    
    
  • Smith, Billy (series character; sport; football) see Billy the Kid.
  • Smith, Don (series; school boy adventures) see Gorilla Gang.
  • Smith, Don Carlos (series character; sport; football) see Rocky Road to Spain.
  • Smith, Captain John (factual; story of the 16th century explorer and adventurer) see Name Was Smith, The.
  • Smith, john (series character; 15th century) see Swords of Roger Marmont, The.
  • Smith, ‘Oily’ see Star-Spankled Banger, The (series character; humour) 1977.
  • Smith, Terry (series character; sport; football) see Mister Fix-It.
  • Smith, Corporal Bob (series character; WW2 Army; crew of a DUKW; Far Eastern themed story) see Golden Sword of Shinto, The.
  • Smith, Sergeant (WW2 Army; Far East; series character) see Lonely War of Sergeant Smith, The.
  • Smith, Sergeant Jon (series character; WW2 Army) see Smiths of Svensk.
  • Smiths of Svensk (WW2 Army; Europe; 1944; featuring Sergeant Jon Smith; Feldwabel Karl Schmidt; artists Garcia?)
    
    
    
  • Smythe, Eric (series character; sport; football) see>Glory Game.
  • Smythe, Lord Harry Crandall (series character) see Toughest Toff in Town.
  • Snatch, The (WW2 kidnap) 1984.
  • Snatched From The Sea (factual; WW2 rescues of naval and air personnel from the sea; artist Bevan) 633.
  • Snapshot Sid, the Camera Kid (series character; text & picture storys; featuring ; artist unknown)
    
    
    
  • Sniper, The (WW2 Army; complete story; featuring Private "Scruff" Coggins tackles a German sniper and saves the life of a general; artist not known) 1366.
  • Sniper Dennison (WW2 Army; series character; character has no first name).
    
    
    
    
  • Sniper in the Snow (true story; WW2 Army) 1983.
  • Snow Guerrillas, The (series characters; WW2 Norwegian Resistance; British Army Territorials; featuring Private Rolf Jackson; Sven Ulricson; artist Sutherland).
                           
    
     
  • Snowdrop, a mule (series character; text; western) see Old Man Mailey's Mule.
  • Snowshoe Thomson (series character; Norwegian immigrant working as a U.S. postman delivering mail in Sierra Nevada Mountains during a cold winter in 1880's; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Soccoro (series character; sport; football) see Jimmy's Football Genie.
  • Sohrab the Warrior (series characters; 14th century central Asia; featuring Sohrab the Warrior; artist Leo Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Solomon, Doctor (series character; African adventure; text) see March of the Ants, The.
  • Solta, Raid On (factual; WW2 Commandos/RAF; 17th March, 1944; attack and capture of the Adriatic island of Solta; artist not known; front/back cover story) 190.
  • Son Of The Lost Champion (series characters; sport; boxing; text; featuring Talbot Dark; Pat Sayers; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Song of the Sword, The (series character; 1576 adventure; naval action fighting Spanish ships; featuring Dick Carey; artist Sanchis).
    
    
    
  • Songs of the Beaver Man (series character; western; text; adventure; featuring Jim Delane ; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Sons of Ra, The (series characters; ancient Egypt; featuring Ramose; Horem; Paser; Hotep; Kha; Mera; Anun; artist Alonso).
    
    
    
  • Sons of the Dirk (series characters?)
    
    
    
  • Sorcerer's Apprentices, The (artist Harding).
  • Space Bus (series character; sci-fi; featuring Barney Baird; Flod; artist same as for Space Pirate series).
    
    
    
  • Space Hunter (artist Harding).
  • Space Invasion (complete one page story; sci-fi; space ants; artist not known) 1460.
  • Space Pirate (series characters; sci-fi; rebellion against the evil emperor Chandrio; featuring Capt. Matt Tranter; Fuller; artist not known (but same as Space Ship Hercules; full colour stories from issue 1573).
    
    
    
  • Space-ship Hercules (series characters; sci-fi; space age salvage team; featuring Bob Kelly; Joe Kelly; Loki; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Space Shooter (series characters; sci-fi; featuring Jimbo Jones; Braz; artist Alonso?)
    
    
    
  • Space Tramp (series characters; sci-fi; featuring Jimmy Jonz; series in col.; artist not known; former space tramp, but now respectable licenced messenger).
    
    
    
  • Spandau Joe (factual; WW2 Army; Sept. 1944; Durham Light Infantry crossing the Albert Canal, Belgium, being covered by Vickers machine guns of the 2nd Cheshire regt.; artist Diaz) 527.
    
    
    
  • Special Delivery! (WW2 RAF; complete story; Pete Spruce and Knocker White deliver mail to forward airstrips in France, 1944).
  • Speed Kings (factual; photographic feature of the Concorde plane; Sierra Sapphire and RS Cosworth cars) 1990.
  • Speed Kings and the Deadly Doubles (series characters; sport; Formula One motor racing; featuring Ron Hutton; "Greasey" Tanner; Vince Scardi; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Splendid Patrol, The (factual; maiden patrol of HMS Splendid a submarine in 1942; artist not known) 92.
  • Spiking the Guns (WW2 Commandos; true story; 9th/10th July 1943; artist unknown; no military medals or personnel mentioned) 257.
  • Spitfire (series character; WW2 RAF; analogy of stories about a Spitfire Mark 1A; featuring G for George; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Spitfires over Malta (factual; WW2 RAF; front and back covers col.; artist Coleman; no lead character or medals mentioned) 196.
  • Sport Crazy with Ball Boy (football humour; starts prior to 1457; note - does not in every issue).
  • Sports Car Parade (factual; racing cars through the ages; col.) S 1971.
  • Spurr, Stan Constable (series characters; police) see Emergency Squad.
  • Snowdon, Captain Dick (WW2; series character) see Policeman in Khaki.
  • Soldiers With Wings (history of the Army Air Corp) 1978
  • Son of a Slave (pirates; complete story; artist Ted Rawlings) 1975.
  • Space-Ship Hercules (series characters; sci-fi, space salvage business; featuring Joe Kelly; Bob Kelly; Loki; Tip Carver, ruthless rival; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Sparks, Leo 'Sparky' (series character) see Planet Seekers,The.
  • Spears They Fear, The (note originally told in the 'escape' text series - Escape from...). see
    
    
    
  • Special Air Service (SAS; elite British fighting force; formed during WW2) see
    
    
    
  • Speed Kings and Their Cars (factual; sport motor racing; inside cover; artist Bevan) 1967.
  • Speke, Captain John (factual; explorer looking for the source of the Nile. Found on 28th July, 1862; artist Bill Holroyd) 750.
  • Splashdown to Danger (sea adventure) 1975.
  • Sport## stories
    
    
    
  • Sporting Life, This (humour) S1982.
  • Sporting Smiles (jokes; 1984; 1985; 1986; 1987; 1988; 1989).
  • Sports Speedsters (factual; motor-racing bikes) 976.
  • Spotlight on Sport (factual; two pages; focus on a different sportsman each week (mainly footballers, other news and humourous cartoon. Note - some issues featured two sports people). Note - no Spotlight on Sport in 1119 - 1125; 1130?.
  • Spott, Johnny (Sci-fi; Ace reporter for the New York Echo) see Bubble, The.
  • Squadron 609 (WW2, RAF; factual stories).
    
    
    
  • Spy Game, The (complete story; Russian agent Sergei Leonid, but who is he working for; artist not known) 1459.
  • Spywatcher (text stories, series character; secret service; artist Sturrock).
    
    
    
  • Square 'Chuter, The (series character; WW2 Army; text; featuring Corporal Cartwright who is known as the Square 'Chuter; artist Sturrock?; note - series does not appear in consecutive issues).
    
    
    
  • Squire, Amos (series character; early 19th century) see Fights of the Strongbox Man, The.
  • Spy Squadron (series character; WW2 RAF; featuring Flight Lieutenant Johnny Tadman; Oberst Siegfried von Bahlen, "The Cat"; artist Watson).
    
    
    
  • Spy With Flippers, The (series character; WW2 secret service/RN; text; featuring Captain Webb; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Star Samson's Space Museum (factual; 1960's/70's space rockets, suits, vehicles and floating science workshop) S1975, col.
  • Stagg, Stan (series characters; sport; football) see My Business is Goals.
  • Stalk Those Tanks! (factual; WW2 Army; 27th June, 1944; 'D' Company, 5th Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, Normandy, France; Serg. Hicks & Corporal Ronan knockout five Panther tanks; no medals mentioned; front / back cover story; artist Philpotts) 395.
    
    
    
  • Stan (series; adventure) see Iron Three, The.
  • Stand and Deliver (complete story; 18th century; featuring Highwayman Nick Morgan; artist Cooper?; escaping armed police) 1598.
  • Stand and Fight! (factual; WW2 RAF; March/April 1944; Burma; defending the town of Imphal against the Japanese; artist not known) 380.
  • Stand-By to Ram! (WW2 RN; 24th/25th September, 1943; Motor launches 145 & 150 engaged with German E-Boats; front/back cover story; artist Coleman?) 137.
  • Starhawk (series characters; sci-fi; featuring Sol Rynn; Droid; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Star Seekers, The (sci-fi; series characters; featuring Ensign Hod Sholto; Android AD964; controller Vak Kline; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Star-Spangled Banger, The (series character; humour; featuring ; artist Albert Holroyd) 1977.
    
    
    
  • Star Spot (factual weekly sports series, concentrating on sports stories and highlighting a sportsman; unless stated below the sportsman is a footballer; note no one player highlighted in Star Spot in issues 1258, 1267).
  • Stark (series character; sport; football; featuring Jon Stark; match winner for hire: no payment for lost games; artist Harding, others?).
    
    
     
  • Stark, Johnny (series character; text; western) see Old Man Mailey's Mule.
  • Stark# of the Samurai (series character; 17th century; soldier of fortune; featuring Solomon Stark; Jimmu; unless stated artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Starr, Tom (series character; western) see You Can't Stop The Wind!
  • Stay Where You Are Stranger! (adventure ; deep sea diving) 1978
  • Steamboat Jim (series character; western; 19th Century; steamboats; featuring Captain Loman; Jim Bludso, engineer; Bill Hanigan, first mate; writer J.T. Edson; artist not known. Note - Mike Fink (King of the Keelboats), appears in issue 337).
    
    
    
  • Steele, Robin (series; sport; football) see Show-Off, The.
  • Steelhead Sam (series character; secret service; featuring Sergeant Sam Baxter, Steelhead Sam; Colonel Trueman, Head of Special Operations, British Intelligence; artist McLoughlin).
    
    
    
  • Stein, Frank (series character; sport; football) see Number Nine-Frankenstein!
  • Stenning, Sergeant Steve (WW2 Army Royal Engineers) see Sands of Sudden Death, The.
  • Stephen Strongarm: Master Armourer (series character; 1307, 14th Century; featuring Stephen Strongarm; Hud; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Sterling, Lieutenant Commander (series character; WW2 RN) see Rescue Ship, The.
  • Stevens, Ted (series; sport; cricket) see Cricket?, Is It.
  • Stick Man, The (series character; sport; football; featuring Tommy Wilson; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Stobo, Captain W.O. (no medals awarded; July 1943; Green Howards; Sicily; attempting to capture Sortino, Stobo uses mules to stop tanks from running into a trap; artist not known) 1045.
    
    
    
  • Stock, John (series characters; S. African themed story; 19th century) see Sacred Kaross, The.
  • Stokehold Joe (series characters; Crimean War; featuring Joe ; Mouse; [add to characters once full names known] writer Aspden; artist Bagnall).
     
    
    
  • Stone, Tom (series characters; sci-fi; poisonous ferns have invaded Earth) see Last Six Hundred, The.
  • Stoppo (series characters; sport; football) see Football Clowns of Carsdale Town, The.
  • Store That Sold Everything, The (complete story; Sam Hodge, shopkeeper boasted he could get any item for a customer; artist not known) 307.
  • Storming the Shelter (factual; WW2 Army; 03rd Nov. 1944; attacking the town of Flushing on the Dutch island of Walchern by Major Hugh Rose and his men 7 / 9th Royal Scots; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist Kearon?) 616.
    
    
    
  • Stirling, Adam (series characters; private investigators) see Danger Unlimited.
  • Stirling, David Major (The Phantom Major; SAS) see Desert Phantoms, The.
  • Strange, But True - It happened in the army (factual; Sergeant Page in the Boer War threw grenades using a fishing rod; an officer walked across a river on crocodile backs and other stories; artist Ted Rawlings) 1154.
  • Striker From Karoma, The (series character; sport; football; featuring Ryal - an alien from planet Karoma, Dave Benson; Hindley Rovers team playing in the Windthorpe Junior League; artist Harding).
    
    
    
  • Strongarm, Stephen (series character; master armourer; 1307, 14th Century) see Stephen Strongarm: Master Armourer.
  • Strongarm (series character; vikings) seeTen Tests for Strongarm.
  • Stockwhip Sam (series character; western; set in U.S.; featuring Sam Finch; artist unknown).
    
    
    
  • Stole a German General, They (factual; WW2 Crete partisans; Crete 1944; Major "Paddy" Leigh-Formor; Captain W.S. Moss; artist Sutherland; front/back cover) 23.
  • Stone, Mike (secret service; series character) see Stone of the Secret Service.
  • Stone of the Secret Service; featuring Mike Stone; artist Kearon unless otherwise stated).
    
    
    
  • Stonewall Sam's First Six (sport; cricket; complete story) S1975, col.
  • Stories Behind the Badges. (series; factual; complete story each week about how a particular civilian or military badge came into being; artists Farrugia and Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Stories Behind the Weapons (series; WW2; anthology stories about different weapons; artist Coleman?).
    
    
    
  • Strange Case of Corporal Kite, The (Army adventure; series characters; humour; text; featuring Corporal Kite; Sergeant Sam Burton; Sergeant Mack; artist Sturrock?).
    
    
    
  • Strange, Lieutenant L. (factual; WW1 RFC; May 1915; flying near Menin Wood, Flanders, Strange whilst changing a drum on his machine gun fell out of the cockpit of his Martinsyde Scount plane, but managed to get back into the cockpit!; artist not known) 252.
    
    
    
  • Strange Tales From The Past (factual; artist Ted Rawlings) 1987.
  • Stranglehold From Forty Fathoms, The (21st Century; Sci-fi) 1977
  • Strike, Private Mike (series character; WW2 Army; crew of a DUKW; Far Eastern themed story) see Golden Sword of Shinto, The.
  • Strike Squadron (series; WW2 RAF; artist not known; featuring Pilot Officer Doug Shannon, Australian).
    
    
    
  • Striker's Squadron (series characters? if so add to characters; European Nations Strike squadron created to deal with world emergencies; featuring Squadron Leader
    
    
    
  • Stripey Stark's Steel Shark (WW2 RN; text; complete story; artist not known) 28.
  • Strong of 'J' Branch (series character; secret service; featuring Mark Strong; Major Peters; artist Kearon).
    
    
    
  • Stronghold (WW2 Commando; complete story; raid on Schloss Eigler Castle, Austria; artist not known) 1990.
  • Stuka Spy, The (WW2 RAF; secret service; featuring Sergeant Franz Weber, codename Condor, flying with a Luftwaffe Stuka squadron; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Submarine Sid (WW2 RN; complete story) 1981.
  • Submarine Storm (WW2 RN; May 1944; landing of a native and two Special Forces men on a Japanese held island, to find out about defences at Sabang Sumatra; but native caught(; front/back cover story; note - comes under the True Story of Men at War title; artist not known) 1099.
     
    
    
  • Submarine That Caught a Cow! The (factual; British submarine sinks a German supply ship and ends up rescuing a cow; 1941; artist not known) 747; RP 1132.
  • Suddenly, the Raiders Were There! (WW2 Army SAS, SBS; series characters; Greek Islands; featuring Sergeant Simon Flagg; Corporal Jimmy Jimson; artist Diaz?).
    
    
    
  • Suicide Mission (WW2 RN; complete story) 1979.
  • Sullivan, Doctor (Sci-fi; series character) see Bubble, The
  • Sullivan, John L. (series character; sport; bare fist fighting) see Fights of the Boston Strong Boy, The.
  • Sullivan's Snapshooters (WW2 Army; humour; featuring Nobby Clark; Crafty Crawford; Serg/88eant-Major Sullivan; artist Coleman).
    
    
    
  • Sulo (series character; sport; football) see Team of the Dragon, The.
  • Sultan of Osmandela, The (complete story; featuring Captain Frost; artist Juan Marti; col.) S1971.
  • Summer Cavalcade (factual; col; strange customs and events that take place throughout Britain during the summer.) S1970.
  • Summers, Charlie (series character; sport; boxing; text) see Haunted Heavyweight, The.
  • Super Sammy (series character? if so add to character; sport; football; featuring Sammy Todd) 1990.
  • Super Sport (thirty-two pages of articles consisting of colour photographs and short articles; flying snowmen (photo); trains (photo); car (photo); humour;
    
    
    
  • Superstitious Sam (series character real name Sam Smallpiece; sport; boxing; artist, C.D. Bagnall; featuring Maxie Bowley, manager).
    
    
    
  • Supply Ship to Malta (WW2 RN; factual; March 1942; story of the naval supply ship Breconshire sailing to Malta; artist not known; front/back cover story) 71. RP 364 (one page; artist Bevan?).
     
    
    
  • Supply Stoppers, The (WW2 RAF; factual; front/back cover story; 22nd April, 1943; RAF fighters attacking and shooting down German supply aircraft, over the Gulf of Tunis; artist Shone) 192.
  • Sureshot Sharp (text story; wester; artist Rawlings.) 1971
  • Surface Attack (factual; H.M.S. Storm submarine attacked and sank two escort vessels and a coaster of a Japanese convoy; Sept. 1944; Burma coast; front/back cover story; artist Bagnall?) 162.
  • Surprise Attack (factual; WW2 Army; Armoured cars of the Royal Dragoons causing havoc behind Rommel's lines in North Africa; 05th Nov. 1942; artist not known; front/back cover story) 142.
  • Survival! (factual; WW2 Australian Army; 2nd / 14th Australian Infantry Battalion; 30th Aug., 1942; caught in Japanese ambush, near Alola, New Guinea; Corporal Jed Lang & Private Roger Scott, survived 39 days in jungle on two packets of biscuits taken from a Japanese soldier; no medals awarded; artist Sanchis) 552.
    
               
    
  • Survival! (series character; WW2 Australian Army; Fair East; surviving the jungle and Japs; featuring Jimmy Hopkins; artist Leo Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Surviving a fall of 7,000 feet (factual; Sergeant Jack Worsfold; 03rd May, 1944; tail gunner of a Lancaster bomber of 101 Squadron on a bombing run, shot down; captured and eventually escaped; artist Kearon) 715. RP 1255 artist Kearon.
    
    
    
  • Sutherland, Peter (Artist) see Artists
  • Sutton, Syd (series character; text; TV quiz show programme) see Syd the Quiz Kid.
  • Swanson, Swop (series character; text; present day Canadian adventure in a junkyard; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Swamp Rat (series character; WW2 Pacific; featuring Swamp Rat & his Mongoose; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Swooping Vengeance, The (WW2 RAF) S1980 col.
  • Sword of Nial the Nameless, The (series characters; text; Highland Scotland, mid seventeenth century; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Sword of the Shensi, The (medieval Japan; complete story; two feuding samurai families, the Shensi and Okada; artist Ted Rawlings) 1988.
  • Swordfish Attack! (factual; WW2 Fleet Air Arm; 23rd May, 1943, Swordfish plane from H.M.S. Archer damaged a U-Boat U-572, later sunk by a Martlet plane;
    
    
    
  • Swordmaker, The (series characters; 15th Century; featuring Andrew Ferrier; Chell Puddock; artist Ted Rawlings; note first appearance of this character).
    
    
    
  • Swordmaster, The (series character; 18th Century; featuring Tim Murray; artist Farrugia).
    
    
    
  • Swords of Roger Marmont, The (series characters; 15th century; Spanish born English swordmaker returning to England to sells swords; featuring Roger Marmont; John Smith; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Syd the Quiz Kid (series character; text; TV quiz show programme; featuring Syd Sutton; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Sydney, President (series character; sport; football) see Rocky Road to Spain.
  • Sykes, Captain Winston (series characters; WW2 army; railway story) see Cannonball Express, The.
     
    
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  • 20,000 feet Without A Chute! (WW2 RAF; true story of Sergeant Alkemade, a rear gunner falling from a burning Lancaster, 20,000 feet landing on snow covered trees and ground, twisting only his knee, 24th March, 1944; artist not known) RP 1211.
    
    
    
  • Tadman, Flight Lieutenant (series character; WW2 RAF) see Spy Squadron.
  • Tail-End Aussie, The (True story; WW2 RAAF) 1982.
  • Tail-End Charlie (WW2 RAF/Resistance; Sergeant Charlie Lucas crashing and escaping; artist not known) 1989.
  • Tail-End Charlie (WW2 RN; series characters; H.M.S. Charles on convoy duty; featuring Stoker Tommy (Knocker) White; Able Seaman (Lofty) Leonard; Horatio Nelson, a young naval rating; artist Bleach).
    
    
    
  • Tail-End Tramp, The (text story; WW2, Merchant Navy; artist Rawlings.) 1968.
  • Taking of Flushing on Walchern island, Holland; factual; front/back cover story; artist Kearon) 1161.
  • Taking of the Pavilion (factual; WW2 Army; Mar. 1945; Burma; Royal Berkshire Regt. attacking Mandalay Hill, C Company, attacking Football Pagoda one of five Pagoda buildings on the hilltop; front / back cover story; no medals awarded; artist not known) 361.
    
    
    
  • Talbot, Mike Capt. (series; French Foreign Legion Air force) see Wings of the Legion.
  • Tales of the Kings (factual; artist Ted Rawlings) 1989.
  • Tales of the Pony Express (series characters and stand alone stories; western; series characters and one off appearances; artist unless otherwise stated, not known).
    
    
    
  • Talu's Tiger (complete story; Hill village 1890 India; artist Alonso) 1987.
  • Tall Tales From Toad-in-the-hole (series characters; humour; artist Michael Barratt).
    
    
    
  • Talons of Terror, The (series characters; western; featuring Marshall John Clegg; Birdmaster; artist Marie).
    
    
    
  • Talons of Vengeance, The (series characters; giant eagle; adventure; featuring Squadron Leader Bob Lindon; Sergeant "Pie" Adams; artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Taneebo the Thunderbolt (series character; sport; athletics; featuring Tim Pennington (Taneebo); artist Ted Rawlings).
    
    
    
  • Tanner, Brian (series character; present day Air Training Corps) see Boys in Blue, The.
  • Tank That Sank a U-Boat, The (complete story; WW2 RN; Russian artic convoy story; artist Coleman) 466.
  • Tank With the Scarlet Heart, The (series characters; WW2 Army; Far East; featuring Corporal Jack Hobbs; Private Buster Milne; Private Bahadar, a Gurkha soldier; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Tanker to Tobruk (WW2 RAF; factual; Oct. 1942; front/back cover story; RAF stopping one German tanker getting through to Tobruk; artist not known) 199.
  • Tanks Are Here, The (factual; pictorial article about different types of British tanks; inside front and back covers). 1970.
  • Tanks Didn't Like It!, The (factual; WW2 Army; 24th June, 1941; Australian troops in Syria holding a position against Vichy French Forces; artist not known) 595.
  • Tanks Must Get Through, The (WW2 RAF/RN; factual; 8th May, 1941; Mediterranean Sea; British forces defending a convey bound for Alexandria, Egypt; front/back cover story; artist not known) 322.
  • Tanks, Use of Funnies on D-Day (factual; story of different types of unusual tanks used on D-Day landings (06th June, 1944); Crab mine clearing tank; Bobbin tank laying canvas carpet; Crocodile flame throwing tank and Duplex amphibious Shermans; front/back cover story; artist Alonso) 1129.
    
              
    
  • Taranto! (WW2 RN Fleet Air Arm; factual; attack by Swordfish planes on 11th Nov 1940 against the Italian Fleet, flying from HMS Illustrious; artist not known) 102.
    
    
    
  • Target-Submarine! (factual; story of an army howitzer firing on a German submarine from a troop carrying ship in the English Channel, 1915; artist Sanchis) 567.
  • Target For Today (WW2 Resistance / R.A.F.; complete story; artist Vicente Ibáñez Sanchis) S1975, col.
  • Target for the Trigger Men (complete story; text; present day America; safe-cracker caught between a desert and merciless hoodlum killers; artist not known) 513.
  • Task Force With Tusks (WW2 Burma 1943; artist Alonso; featuring Sergeant Jim Dawson; Daboola; Benthao the elephant).
     
    
    
  • Tatum, Vic (adventure – capturing animals for zoos and circuses) seeTaylor, Pod (series character; sport; boxing) see School for Bashers.
  • Taylor, Tom and son Brett (series characters; battling a giant Owl) see Wings of Death.
  • Taxi Went to War, The (WW2 Army) 1978
  • Team From Nowhere, The (series characters; sport; football; Corsairs Football team, a private team, owned by Mr. Zeff; featuring Peter Brock, scientist; Jim Higgs, security officer; Mr. Zeff; note - good splash page of city and stadium; artist Bert Vandeput).
    
    
    
  • Team of Silent Strangers, The (series characters; sport; football; Rockford Utd; featuring Jeff Kenyon; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Team of Silent Strangers, The (series characters; sport; football; Rockford Utd; featuring Jeff Kenyon; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Team of the Dragon, The (series characters; sport; football; featuring Sulo, Dragon Monk; Des Wilson; Clenton Orient FC; artist Bleach).
    
    
    
  • Team That Couldn't Win, The (series characters; sport; football; Bixley Wandrers; featuring Bill Jackson, manager; artist Vandeput).
    
    
    
  • Team That Jack Built, The (series characters; sport; football; featuring Jack Shaw; Snitcher Jones; Midford City football club; artist Bert Vandeput).
    
    
    
  • Team That Nobody Knew, The (series characters; sport; football; Stamford Utd; featuring Jack Millard; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Tearaway of the Tables (text story; sport ping-pong.) 1971.
  • 'Tec Nobody Knew, The (series character; police, Ghost Squad; text; featuring John Martin).
    
    
    
    
    
  • Teeth of the Tiger, The (adventure; artist Rawlings; Captain Daniel Bailey) S1979.
  • Temujin (series character; 12th century Mongols) see Warrior of the Steppes.
  • Ten Minute Thunderbolt, The (complete story; Seven Years War; Life Guards, 1759; Cornet Pomfrey and his horse; artist Shone) 360.
  • Ten Pound Reward! (factual; WW2 Army; April 1944; Italy; 1st Battalion of the King's Own Regt.; Colonel Anderson offered a reward of ten pounds to the section that brought back some German prisoners; Captain Warren accepted and won the money; front / back cover story; no medals awarded; artist Kearon) 637.
    
    
    
  • Ten Tests for Strongarm (series characters; Vikings; tests to chose the next king; featuring Strongarm; Wolf of Kurt; artist Kearon?)
    
    
    
  • Tenson-Rye, Lieutenant-Colonel H.B. (factual; WW1 Army; Oct. 1918; 2nd Battalion Royal Munster Fusiliars; Tenson-Rye used his hunting horn to urge his troops on whilst attacking Le Catalet, part of the Hindenberg Line; now displayed in the Regt. Museum; artist Ted Rawlings) 1046.
    
    
    
  • Termoli, The Battle for (factual; WW2 Commandos; front/back cover story; 03rd Oct. 1943; attacking and holding the Italian village of Termoli; artist not known) 181.
  • Terrible Turtle, The (factual; story of an early submarine made out of barrel used to sink a British ship; invented by David Bushnell; American Civil War; artist Bevan) 478.
  • Terrible Typhoon (RAF; complete story; Flying Officer Tony Law is a bit miffed that he's transferred from Spitfires to flying Typhoons, a plane he regards as inferior; artist not known) 1572.
    
    
    
  • Terror Raid (WW1 RFC; complete story; story about an aircrew thinking it is attacking a Zeppelin, but in fact it is an alien space craft; one page story; artist not known) 1537.
  • Terror of the Thugs (factual?; N.W. Frontier 1864; religious killers hunted down by Colonel Keen; artist not known) 394; RP 1012.
  • Terror of the Timber Wolves, The (complete story; text; Canadian themed story; a fire-fighter has to contend with a forest fire and wolves!; artist not known) 508.
  • Terror of the Turks, The (WW1 RFC; 67 Squadron; artist Coleman)S1972; col.
  • Terrors Dive At Night!, The (adventure series; giant vampire bats; featuring Ben Drake, Giles Franklin; Bruce Hyde; Lee Nixon; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • Terry's Tornadoes (series characters; sport; football; story of a young boy's team; featuring Terry Miller; artist Harding).
    
    
    
  • Test For the Tattered Trumpeter, A (complete story; Napoleonic War; Battle of Quarte Bras, 16th June, 1815; trumpeter Jack Tranter, to prove he his a soldier and no spy, blows his trumpet for Napoleon; artist Ted Rawlings) 635.
    
    
    
  • Test For The Trick Flyer, The (complete story; WW1 RFC; trick flyer who saves his C.O.; featuring Second Lieutenant Frank Chumleigh; artist not known) 571.
  • Text## Stories (note one or two illustrations accompanied each weeks text story. A large half-page picture at the beginning of each story and sometimes a smaller illustration on the second or third page). see
    
    
    
  • Tests and Trials of Johnny Drew, The (series character; school boy taking tests for his Duke of Edinburgh's Award and facing other trials from for example, school boy bullies; featuring Johnny Drew; artist Kearon).
    
    
    
  • There is Fighting To Be Done! (factual; WW2 Army; 19th/20th April, 1943; 1/9th Gurkhas attacked the Djebel Garci, near Tunis, N. Africa; Jemadar Dewan Sing Basnet; no medals awarded; front / back cover story; artist Alonso) 420.
    
    
    
  • There Was a Soldier...(WW2 Army; anthology of stories about soldiers; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
    
  • Theseus, Prince of Athens (series character; ancient Greece adventure of Theseus battling to claim his royal inheritance; featuring Theseus; artist not known).
    
    
    
  • They Breed 'em Tough in the Outback! (series characters; Australian themed story; present day; featuring Sonny Palmer; Skeet, his dog; artist Kearon?)
    
    
    
  • They Can't Kill Santa (WW2 RN; complete story; HMS Runcorn in Hong Kong; Darren Philips, cook; artist Bleach) 1991.
  • They Won Their Spurs (anthology series; factual?; complete stories about brave deeds of British soldiers through the centuries; artist Bagnall).
    
    
    
  • They’re Won on the Water (factual; river and sea racing trophies; inside covers) 1969.
  • Thief of Twala, The (adventure; African Desert ; artist Kearon) 1971.
  • Thief From the "Avocoa", The (complete story; Australian themed adventure; late 19th century; police; bushranger; artist Shone) 396.
  • Third Eye of Kangeroo Kingston (WW2 RAF; complete story; text; pilot Johnny Kingston flying planes even though he is too-short sighted; artist not known) 361.
  • Thirteen Badges for General Yokuba (series characters; WW2 Army; Far Eastern themed story; featuring Private Haggerty; Sergeant Evans; Private Podge; Private 'Professor'; artist Sanchis.
    
    
    
  • Thomson, Leslie (series characters; sport; football) see Limp Along Leslie.
  • Thousand Tons of Floating Death, A (complete story; text; WW2 RN; towing a blazing ship away from a port; artist not known) 453.
  • Treachery In Oran! (complete story; WW2 RAF; transporting a French officer to friends in Algeria, but were they?; artist Coleman) 598.
  • Three Musketeers, The (series; telling Alexandre Dumas; artist not known; note - this story is told with the text underneath a picture).
     
        
    
  • Three on the Terror Trail (series characters; Dacoits out to kill the hero; giant rats; featuring Peter Brand; Sir Stanley Brand; artist Coleman).
    
    
    
  • Three Spies in the Forbidden Forest (WW2; Secret Service; series characters; featuring Jack 'Barney' Barmingham, teacher; Bristle, ex-soldier; Frank Martin, champion athlete; artist Philpotts).
    
    
    
  • Trick That Didn't Work!, The (factual; WW1 Army; 23rd April, 1915; 2nd Canadian Battalion; Ypres, France; German attempt to trick the Canadian's into surrendering; Sergeant Joe Richardson; no medals awarded; artist not known) 378.
    
    
    
  • Thrill Seekers, The (adventure; action cameramen for an American television company; writer J.T. Edson; artist Marie?; featuring Sam and Eddy Dayton).
    
    
    
  • Thrills and Spills of Sport (sporting photographs) 1978.
  • Ticker Turner (WW2 Army Burma 1943/1944; humour/drama; featuring Private Ticker Turner - a good solider, but always on the lookout for making his life easier; artist Sutherland; note - not all stories published in consecutive issues).
    
    
    
  • Tiger McTaggart (series characters; WW2 Army; featuring ?; artist ?).
    
    
    
  • Tiger Seeks Revenge!, The (two hunters being hunted by a wounded tiger; complete story; text; Far East themed story; artist not known) 367.
  • Tiger of 641 (WW2 RAF; complete story; sport; boxing; 'Tiger' Tyler boxing for his squadron, even though he is a fencer, not a boxer; artist Leo Rawlings) 623.
  • Tiger With Tusks (complete story; Grob, the caveman discovers fire which he uses to drive away a sabre-toothed tiger; artist Ted Rawlings) 666' RP 1037.
  • Time of the Giants, The (series characters; sci-fi adventure; giant animals and insects in woods near village of Little Twittering; featuring Ted Morris; artist Sanchis).
    
    
    
  • Tipu - his name means Tiger (series character; bushman companion to Sands) see Sands, Shiwa
  • Tirpitz, The End of the (WW2 RAF; factual; Norway, 1944; front/back cover story; artist Sutherland) 16; RP 416 artist Bevan.
  • To The Rescue! (war; series of complete one issue stories about rescue attempts, in different wars; artists Felix Carrion and unknown).
    
    
    
  • Toad-in-the-hole (series characters; humour) seeTall Tales From Toad-in-the-hole.
  • Today's Fighting Ships (factual; feature about the RN's warships) s1974.
  • Tom Sayers - The Battler From Brighton (series characters; sport; bare-fist fighting; early 19th century; featuring Tom Sayers; Stumpy Gow; artist not known)
               
    
    
  • De Tommasi, Prior John (series character; Knight of Malta) see Rogan of the Rocket Troop.
  • Tod Culver's Crazy Crew (WW2 Merchant Navy; stories about the trawler Sally Lunn and her crew; featuring Captain Tod Culver; Lieutenant Denver; "Clumsy" Crabbe; Shirker Briggs; Mackay; artist not known).
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  • Todd, Sammy (series character?; sport; football) see Super Sammy.
  • Toff of the Track, The (series character; athletics; featuring Lord Lancelot Laurentis; artist same as Harding).
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  • Top Notches of Today (factual; WW2 aeroplane silhouettes) 1976
  • Top Speedsters (factual; history of fast cars) S 1970 col.
  • Tops in their Time (factual record planes; inside cover) 1968
    
    
    
  • Toro: Space Samurai (series character; sci-fi; 31st century, fighting a cyborg; featuring Toro Tanaka; artist Mike Dovey?)
    
    
    
  • Torpedo Attack (WW2 RAF; factual; 17th Aug. 1942; Beaufort bombers operating from Malta attacks a German supply convoy off coast of N. Africa; artist Shone) 177.
  • Torpedo Attack (WW2 RN; factual; 31st March, 1943; attacking German convoy off Cape Zebib, North Africa, Motor Torpedo Boats 266 & 315; front/back cover story; artist Vandeput) 131.
  • Torpedo Away! (factual; WW2 Fleet Air Arm; 1st-2nd Sept., 1941; Swordfish aircraft flying from Malta, attacked an Italian convoy heading for Benghazi, North Africa; artist not known) 184.
  • Torpedo Boat Attack (factual; WW2 RN; front and back covers col.; artist unknown; no lead character or medals mentioned) 200.
  • Torring, Raff (serie