Johnny Red was the nickname of British pilot John Redburn who flew with the Russian fighter squadron, the Falcons, after being dishonourably discharged from the RAF for striking an officer as an air cadet.
Danny Budd becomes a Marine in World War 2 and fights in various theatres of war.
Charley Bourne is the principle character in the seminal British comic strip, "Charley's War", a realistic, grim, blackly humourous and heartbreaking account of the First World War told through the eyes of a young working class lad doing his duty. Appearing in the late 1970s, Pat Mills, writer and Joe Colquhoun, artist, created an astonishing storyline where regular characters died against the backdrop of the real events of the so called Great War.
Mike Nelson, code name Eagle, with his trusty FG42 rifle fights behind enemy lines in World War 2, in both Europe and the Pacific.
"D-Day Dawson" takes a bullet near the heart on D-Day, but chooses to fight on. How long can a "dead man" live?
Laconic World War II soldier. Major Eazy first appears in the Italian Campaign. Later issues "return" to his time in North Africa. He also spends a period of time in charge of Rat Pack.
Crazy World War Two 'Captain' Joe Darkie leads a rag-tag bunch of British soldiers behind Japanese lines in Burma.
Panzer Grenadier, WW2
Joe Two Beans, is an American Indian in the US Marines in the Pacific Theatre of World War Two.
The New York cop with his own brand of justice.
German Paratrooper Paul Fallman is broken to the ranks as World War II begins, but fights on for his homeland
A British Operative during the Second World War. While behind enemy lines in Paris he is captured and tortured by Colonel Bluthel 'The Paris Butcher', who mutilates his right hand.
Private Ben Bradley is accused of cowardice whilst fighting in Burma and has to clear his name.
A British bomber pilot, flight-lieutenant Jeff King, RAF, is assigned to an American Flying Fortress Squadron as a liaison officer.
RAF Squadron Leader "Big Dave" Chandler is in charge of "Yellow Squadron" in World War 2, for men accused of cowardice, giving them a chance to regain their self-confidence.
British Agent with the Resistance in Occupied France, WW2
Captain of the U-159, Kurt fights for Germany in World War Two
A veteran by the start of World War Two, "The Sarge" uses all his cunning to keep his boys alive, what ever the Germans, or his officers, throw at him.
Commander Knight is captain of HMS Sword, a British Destroyer in World War 2.
Recurring character in 'Battle' comic story "Ryan's Revenge". When Pete's father is killed by a German saboteur, 16 year old Pete alters his birth certificate to enable him to start training in the RAF.
Corporal Arnie Sharp - con-man and coward
Protagonist of a serial in Battle Picture Weekly, titled "They Can't Stop Bullet", Nick Carter is a motorcycle courier in WW2.
Bill Saxon loses his sergeant's stripes but continues to lead his squad against the Japanese in "Sergeant Without Stripes", published in Battle Picture Weekly
Jack Loot goes from coward to seeming hero, in pursuit of a truckload of stolen gold in the North Africa campaign of World War Two.
'Shark' operates under the cover of darkness, helped by four schoolboys, in the occupied Channel Islands of World War Two
Tom Craddock is a Sergeant who loses his memory before Dunkirk. As an 'Unknown Soldier', he is assigned to the platoon of the man who left him to die.
The man who ruled over Nazi Germany during World War II. He wished to wipe leftists, Jews and other "inferiors" from the planet and rule over the world propagating an Aryan race agenda, an ideal that he oddly did not fall into himself.
Although a rifleman, Private Robert Steele has suffered severe frostbite and so can not pull the trigger, meaning he can only fight with his bayonet. Recurring character in Battle Comic.
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