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Six comics of World War One

Six comics of World War One

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Published by Peter Way Ltd in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[edited by Dennis Gifford].
SeriesGreat Newspapers reprinted special -- no. 2
ContributionsGifford, Denis, 1927-
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21404812M

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NOTE: This will be the last issue of the first volume of the World War II series, to be followed by a six-part Kamikaze: series starting next month on a bimonthly schedule. A new World War II: series will return in the future. FC, 20pg Cover price $ Captain America was one of the major players of the Golden Age of Comics during World War II. But after superheroes fell out of vogue in the s, his book was discontinued. Years later in Avengers #4 (March ), the dynamite creative team of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby revived Steve Rogers in the storyline “Captain America Lives Again!”.

Lots of history books have been written on World War 1 facts and why it started. But it all boils down to the fact that Europe had split into two large families of countries. The Allies — the British Empire, France, Belgium, Russia and later, the USA — were in one family. World War I or the Great War was a global war fought between the Allies and the Central Powers that lasted from to A.D. On J , "The Great War" began when Archduke Franz Ferdinand, heir to the thrones of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire, was killed by an assassin from Serbia. Austria-Hungary declared war on Serbia. Due to various treaties Germany allied with Austria-Hungary.


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