The Nameless Death — An Editorial
Corpse Cavalry of the Yellow Vulture
by Curtis Steele
Company after company, Operator 5 hurled his gallant volunteers against the Asiatic hordes in a desperate attempt to draw off the enemy siege of the east. For that ruthless tyrant, called the Yellow Vulture, had a stranglehold on America’s eastern seaboard, and silent factories and idle shipping testified to the doom of a once great country. Yet when the sons of Liberty at last arose to throw off the conqueror’s yoke, they were met by the most terrible calamity in history — an incredible Japanese weapon which plunged America in complete midnight darkness and butchered her patriots in a fiend-made night of hell!
Things That Made America Great
The Red Hill of Death
by Morton Taney
General Washington was racing against time, as the British attack began — and it was a young lieutenant of artillery named Alexander Hamilton who gave him the twenty-four hours that stood between young America and disaster!
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