Legion Pulp: The Blue Sultan

This month’s story is from the March, 1935 issue of Thrilling Adventures.  The author is the esteemed Major George Fielding Eliot whose real life experiences might rival those found in pulp fiction.  The story involves an American intelligence officer of the Foreign Legion (Captain Logan) who must match wits with a rebellious native chieftain and the  chieftain’s more notorious and wily German henchman who calls himself Friedrich Barbarossa.

The Blue Sultan

About Jack Wagner

Retired Army.
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1 Response to Legion Pulp: The Blue Sultan

  1. peter holland says:

    Good story of derring do

    Like

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