This is the face of Franz Sturmer, ruthless S.S. Captain, ruling his huge district by torture and terror.
Time after time heroes of the Resistance had tried to wipe out or capture Sturmer, to end his reign of terror. And they had tried – still trying. His special S.S. guards, his impregnable castle fortress, were obstacles to daunt even the bravest.
Then Britain sent a Commando, Sergeant Bob Lane, crack shot, Olympic pole-vault champion – 196 pounds of top fighting man. And from the minute Bob picked up Sturmer’s trail, the German began glancing fearfully over his shoulder . . .
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