It Can Happen Here! — An Editorial
Thrilling Feature-Length Novel of America’s Undercover Ace
The Bloody Frontiers
by Emile C. Tepperman writing as Curtis Steele
Helpless America had been hurled back into the abysmal dawn of history, by those guerilla bands of the Purple Emperor, which had been loosed in fury and hate to put civilization to fire and sword. Across the Hudson, slaying as they came, advanced the Gothic hordes which would sack the nation’s great metropolis. And only Operator 5, racing against time and fate, could hope to challenge this new, grim menace which threatened the entire world with primitive darkness!
Flag of Fury — A Zag Murphy Story
by Dale DeV. Kier
Three dead sentries on the Suicide Watch was plenty enough evidence to make Zag Murphy start a battle — even if his only weapon was a flag flying upside down!
White Feather Warrior — Things That Made America Great
by Morton Taney
His battery had quit under fire, and they court-martialed him for it — but when they needed one man to hold off the whole British army, young Captain Callender proved that his white feather was a flaunting warrior’s plume of courage!
The Devil Joins the Navy — A Big John and Shorty O’Neil Story
by Benton Hill
Slowly but surely that foreign octopus was sinking its strangle-hold tentacles around the Navy — and men and guns hung in the balance the night that Shorty O’Neil and Big John grabbed the sea-monster by the tail!
The Secret Sentinel — A Department
How scouts are made.
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