Legion Pulp: By Way of Gratitude

The pulp fiction story for March comes from Adventure Magazine (15 March 1933) and was written again by Georges Surdez.  So it is roughly 87 years and a day old.  The story features plenty of action and a troublesome interpersonal rivalry between the Sergeant Lembacher, a potential officer candidate, and Captain Corleal.  The story begins in garrison, then proceeds to hard fighting in the hills of Morocco and ends in the infirmary–a typical Surdez story flow.

By Way of Gratitude

Sorry this story is published late.  It seems every time Microsoft pushes a Window update it causes things not to work on my PC.  Printer was offline, internet not accessible and my Adobe Acrobat stopped combining images into a document.  Not enough time or patience yesterday to sort it out.

About Jack Wagner

Retired Army.
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