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Page 2 has been re-edited to restore some missing text.
Published: May 1945, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 52, Editing: Richard E. Hughes (uncredited)
Color: Color Dimensions: Standard Golden Age U.S. Paper Stock: Newsprint Interior; Glossy Cover Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
 Comic Contents:
Cover (1 page) Private Johnny Fuentes
Credits: Pencils: Alex Schomburg (signed) | Inks: Alex Schomburg (signed) | Letters: Ed Hamilton
Genre: Non-fiction

Foreword, Introduction, Preface, Afterword (1 page) Real Life Comics No. 23
Synopsis: "The Coast Guard is Alwwys Ready!" with Illustration and Table of Contents
Credits: Script: Richard Hughes ? [as "The Editor"] | Letters: Typeset

Comic Story (7 pages) Jose Rizal Hero of the Phillippines
Synopsis: Jose Rizal led the first struggle for independence in the Philippines in the 1890s.
Credits: Pencils: Charles M. Quilan (signed) | Inks: Charles M. Quilan (signed) | Letters: Ed Hamilton
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Jose Rizal; Jose Rizal's father;

Comic Story (5 pages) Private Johnny Fuentes The Armed Forces' Youngest hero
Synopsis: 13 year old french boys joins US Army and fights at Anzio.
Credits: Pencils: Ken Battefield ? | Letters: Ed Hamilton
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Johnny Fuentes; Sgt. Monahan

Comic Story (7 pages) The Battling Beggars
Synopsis: The Dutch Patriots of the 1500s.
Credits: Pencils: Ken Battefield ? | Letters: Ed Hamilton
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: William De La Marck; Margaret of Parma; William of Orange; Duke of Alva

Comic Story (4 pages) Iron Man of the Hon
Synopsis: John Huelsdonk killed more than 200 cougars in western Washington state.
Credits: Pencils: Ken Battefield ? | Letters: Ed Hamilton
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: John Huelsdonk

Text Story (2 pages) A Loaf of Bread
Credits: Script: Lorraine Beim | Pencils: Charles M. Quinlan ? | Inks: Charles M. Quinlan ? | Letters: ?; typeset

Comic Story (6 pages) Commander James. A. Hershfield U.S.C.G.
Synopsis: James A. Hirshfield aboard the Coast Guard Cutter , Campbell, fights it out with Six U-Boats.
Credits: Letters: Ed Hamilton
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: James A. Hershfield

Comic Story (3 pages) Blip The Story of A Gun!
Synopsis: The story of a 37-Millimeter Tank-Buster.
Credits: Pencils: Ken Battefield ? | Letters: Ed Hamilton
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Sergeant Haas; Lieutenant Gibbs; Hendrix

Comic Story (7 pages) Pedro Menendez First Settler of Florida
Synopsis: Pedro Menendez moved to Florida in 1565 to serve as the Governor and founded St. Augustine.
Credits: Pencils: Charles M. Quinlan (signed) | Inks: Charles M. Quinlan (signed) | Letters: Ed Hamilton
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: Pedro Menendez; Ribault

Comic Story (6 pages) Chief Radioman Geroge R. Tweed The Man the Japs Couldn't Find!
Synopsis: George Tweed was on Guam from 1939 -1941, and then took to the jungles when the Japanese conquered Guam. He was rescued in July 1944, after 31 months.
Credits: Pencils: Ken Battefeld ? | Letters: Ed Hamilton
Genre: Non-fiction
Characters: George R. Tweed

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