Legion Pulp: A Change of Weapon

A Change of WeaponsThis month’s Foreign Legion pulp story is another short-short from Georges Surdez which appeared in Collier’s Weekly, 19 November 1938.  It’s of the renegade Legionnaire joins the Rif genre.  In this case, Gerbach, the renegade is believed to have been captured but there is no telling him apart from the other half-wild tribesmen.   He’s gone native and effectively evading the firing squad until his Prussian military training exposes him.

A Change of Weapons

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About Jack Wagner

Retired Army.
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One Response to Legion Pulp: A Change of Weapon

  1. Eugene Olivier says:

    The story itself was good, a clever trick. but I find it hard to believe that the German’s identity was difficult for the Captain to detect in the first place. . Thanks anyway.

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