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Legion Pulp: The Missing Men

Here is another Robert Carse Foreign Legion story that wound up in a mystery pulp instead of the usual fiction pulps like Argosy, Short Story or Adventure.  In this case, The Missing Men appeared in the March 1937 issue of … Continue reading

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Legion Pulp: Legion Law

Here is the pulp fiction story for the month of October–a day late.  This tale is from Action Stories pulp magazine.  This Fiction House publication ran from September 1921 to the  Fall edition of 1950 with a run of 225 … Continue reading

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Legion Pulp: Murder Joins the Legion

The Foreign Legion pulp story for this month comes from an unusual source but a familiar author.  Robert Carse’s story, Murder Joins the Legion, appeared in the 20 July 1940 issue of the pulp Detective Fiction (formerly known as Flynn’s … Continue reading

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Legion Pulp: When the Dead Arise

Here is a Foreign Legion tale by J. D. Newsom that first appeared  in the 10 January 1930 issue of Short Stories and again in the January 1951 issue (when the dying magazine was relying on reprints).  Newsom was a … Continue reading

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Legion Pulp: Man at Arms

Here is the last Foreign Legion pulp story for this year.  It’s written by Georges Surdez and was featured as a “Foreign Legion Novelette” in the August 1939 issue of Adventure.  I’ve not read it yet but will do so … Continue reading

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Legion Pulp: Glory Road Part 2

This month’s pulps story is the conclusion of Robert Carse’s two-part Glory Road which appeared in Argosy in the 27 July and 03 August issues of 1935.   The first part of this story left a wounded Lieutenant Bowan in the … Continue reading

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Legion Pulp: Glory Road

Glory Road appeared in Argosy in two parts–in the 27 July and 03 August issues of 1935.  This month we have the first part of a story that is a very typical tale from the prolific pulp writer and Foreign … Continue reading

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Legion Pulp: Sahara Squadron

The pulp adventure for this month is entitled Sahara Squadron.  It comes from the January 1951 issue of Adventure and was written by Robert Carse.  By 1951 Adventure had become a slim shadow of what it used to be in … Continue reading

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Legion Pulp: Stepsons of France

This month’s pulp story of the Foreign Legion is from the pen of Robert Carse.  The story appeared in Argosy Weekly 11 January 1941.  It’s a tale of the more modern Foreign Legion who fought in against the Italians in … Continue reading

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Legion Pulp: Loot

October’s vintage Foreign Legion story is from the pen of Robert Carse.  It appeared in Argosy Weekly on 09 September 1933.  The story is as old as the Foreign Legion–past crimes finally catch up to one who hides in the … Continue reading

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