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Legion Pulp: Land of the Sword

This month’s pulp story, Land of the Sword, is a complete novelette (39 pages) written by Robert Carse.  It appeared in the 03 November 1934 issue of Argosy Weekly.  The story concerns two young men, cousins from opposite ends of … Continue reading

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Legion Pulp: Sahara Duty

This month’s Foreign Legion pulp story is actually about the French Camel Corps and their battle with the Senussi rebels in the far eastern Saharan Desert.  It takes place after WWII and concerns the actions of 8 surviving members of … Continue reading

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Legion Pulp: The Burning Road

This month’s pulp story is Burning Road by Robert Carse.  It appeared in Argosy Weekly on 19 September, 1931.  This story features some racing of a different sort when American race car diver Shorty Graw winds up in the Foreign … Continue reading

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Legion Pulp: Long Ears

Today we have a short pulp story written by Robert Carse.  This appeared in Argosy (18 September 1937).  It concerns an American muleteer fighting with the Legion against the Rif in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco.   Hawkey and his mule, … Continue reading

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Legion Pulp: Recall to Arms

This post marks my 100th post to this blog.  So in celebration I will post one of my favorite pulp fiction stories of the Foreign Legion.  This story is twenty two pages long, written by Robert Carse and appeared in … Continue reading

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Short Biography of Georges Surdez

I found the item below in a vintage Blue Book Magazine.  Stories of Adventure by Men for Men!  (I rearranged the pictures a bit to fit on one slide).   It was part of a feature in this magazine to promote … Continue reading

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Legion Pulp: Maximillian’s Men

A story by Robert Carse about the Legion in Mexico and the Battle of Camarón.  It’s about a survivor of the battle and his subsequent part in making history (and romance).  Saturday, 30 April, is Camarone Day. I’ve bought some … Continue reading

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Legion Pulp: Sands of Sahara

I received my first authentic Argosy pulp magazine last week.  I quickly scanned the story “Sands of Sahara”, by Robert Carse, for your reading pleasure.  It’s not really a Foreign Legion story but it does have all the elements of … Continue reading

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Legion Pulp: The Whip

I haven’t posted any pulp fiction in a while so I thought I would slip this in early today.  This story is an example of why I think the French Foreign Legion is a fertile ground for a variety of … Continue reading

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