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Fly the skies of early World War II with Captain Bill Combat — the war ace who fought across Europe through the smoke of human liberties as it vanished from the earth. Fearlessly he battled the minions of the Nazi war machine. The Nazi evil had murdered his mother and uncle, and he vowed vengeance. It was a rousing call to America, which had not yet entered the war. But it was a call that only lasted for three issues of Captain Combat magazine: April, June and August of 1940. Captain Combat was a symbol created by author Barry Barton to do and say the things that America couldn't officially say in those perilous times. Read along as blue skies turn red above, as green pastures become the barren homes of the dead. Today it stands as a rare glimpse of what fear fanned across America in the days when war was an ominous threat upon a bloody horizon. Captain Combat returns in these vintage pulp tales, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format.
Table of Contents:
Sky Soldier — Department
By the Editors
The birth of Captain Combat!
A Novel of Modern War
Orders From Headquarter — Department
The Sky Beast of Berlin
By Barry Barton
Bill Combat stands beside the dead body of his mother and swears an oath, before God and man, which her murderers shall perish by his hand! Here is an American Ace, thrown into the hell and misery of Europe’s war, offering his life, his courage, his guns and his flying skill, that dictators may vanish from a troubled world!
By Barry Barton
Talk around the barracks — with a guy who has something to say!
Claws of the Eagle — Thrilling Air Story
The Ancient Ace — Thrilling Air Story
By Robert Garrison
A man can be neutral for just so long. There is always a time when he will fight!
By G. Gordan Raines
Out of the fires of yesterday are born the Aces of Today!
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