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Issue: #2 Published: December 1941, Price: 0.10 USD, Pages: 68, Editing: Joe Hardie [as Uncle Joe]
Color: Color Cover Dimensions: Standard Golden Age US Paper Stock: Binding: Saddle-stitched Publishing Format: Was Ongoing Series
Notes: Indexed from scans at http://digitalcomicmuseum.com
Cover (1 page)
Pencils: Myron Strauss [as M. S.] | Inks: Myron Strauss [as M. S.]
Biography of General Billy Mitchell, recounting his participation in many turn-of-the-century conflicts and his belief in aviation as a determining factor in how to wage World War I. Mitchell became the first US flier to fly over Germany and was made chief of the US Air Force. He also proved planes could easily sink battleships. Mitchell's career ended postwar when he charged the Air Force with incompetence in the crash of the Shenandoah, causing the Air Force to court martial him out of the service.
The Grudge Fight Between Andrew Jackson and C. Dickinson
Famous Duels of History
In the early 19th century, Dickinson insulted Jackson's wife and the two men dueled. Dickinson had a reputation as a deadly shooter and had first shot, but while his bullet remained lodged inside Jackson until the end of the man's life, Jackson survived; Jackson's returning shot killed Dickinson.
Script: Robert Turner (signed) | Pencils: Sam Glanzman (signed) | Inks: Sam Glanzman (signed)
Grant and Lee the Greatest Heroes of the Civil War
Traces the lives of Grant and Lee, including their few encounters with each other early in their military careers until they finally faced each other on the battlefield as enemies in the US Civil War and finally met when Lee surrendered to Grant to end the war.
Leading up to the 1889 Johnstown flood, Western Union telegrapher Hetty Ogle refused to abandon her station, remaining at the telegraph as long as possible so that she could warn others to get to higher ground. When the flood came, Hetty was drowned.
Pencils: Ralph Mayo (signed) | Inks: Ralph Mayo (signed)