3806 drive or die

Back Cover SummaryEdit

It was meant as a birthday present for wartime Italian leader, Benito Mussolini. So how then did a specially-built, bullet proof, German kubelwagen end up on the Yorkshire moors in the garage of Steve Lambert?

From the battlefields of Germany to the war-torn countryside of Italy, from the Kremlin square in Moscow to the rubble-strewn streets of Warsaw in Poland, the car somehow appeared wherever the action was the fiercest - and every man who sat behind the wheel found he had to drive or die!


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Publishing HistoryEdit

First published as no 3806 in April 2005.


Inside front cover feature - Fly Past - Shorts Sky Van 3M (Art by Ian Kennedy) Inside rear cover feature - Tank Killers of the Second World War - Panzerschreck (Art by Gordon Livingstone)

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