BADGE OF COURAGE
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The mighty German battle-cruiser lay silent in the Atlantic fog, waiting, her guns loaded and ready. And straight into this trap a convoy of heavily-laden merchant ships was sailing.
On a radar screen the German Captain watched its progress with a grim smile. He was master of their fate and would spare not a single ship.
But there was a gleam of hope for the convoy - the gleam of the golden badge of the Royal Navy aboard one ship - a tiny ship. But crammed with British fighting courage…
First published as no 7 in September 1961. Republished as issue 4399 in June 2011.