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"Unknown Soldier: "Totentanz"": The Unknown Soldier is sent to the Totentanz concentration camp to rescue Erika Hauser, code name "Berengaria," who helped hundreds of important people and children escape from the Nazis. Furthermore, she is deeply tie to the entire network of underground fighters



Appearing in Unknown Soldier: "Totentanz"

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  • Berengaria (Erika Hauser)

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Synopsis for Unknown Soldier: "Totentanz"

The Unknown Soldier is sent to the Totentanz concentration camp to rescue Erika Hauser, code name "Berengaria," who helped hundreds of important people and children escape from the Nazis. Furthermore, she is deeply tie to the entire network of underground fighters in Germany. Berengaria was captured by the Gestapo, but they do not yet know of her identity.

The Soldier allows himself to be capture and taken to Totentanz. After smuggling a packet containing his disguise to the camp, he then disguise himself as Obersturmführer Adolf Eichmann and tricking the camp commandant Colonel Schneider in releasing Berengaria to his custody. The ruse is eventually discover when the real Eichmann was on his way to the camp. Fortunately, the Soldier and Berengaria successfully escape to Switzerland.

Appearing in "The Flattened Point"

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Synopsis for "The Flattened Point"

This story is reprinted from Our Fighting Forces #74.

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Synopsis for "Enemy Ace"

This story is reprinted from Our Army at War #151.

Hans celebrates his 50th kill when he is grazed by the wildly fired bullet of his 51st victim. He hovers in and out of consciousness, but still manages to land his plane. He broods on the fact that even in the arms of a beautiful nurse and among his fellow pilots, he still feels lonely as if they stand apart from the "killing machine". He finds some solace in taking a rifle into the forest and hunting for awhile with another predator, a wolf, who recognizes a kindred spirit. Then, Hans takes to the skies once more to defend a zeppelin on a bombing run from three enemy fighters. He manages to shoot two down, but the third deliberately rams his damaged plane into the zeppelin.

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Synopsis for "Lame Duck Glider"

This story is reprinted from All-American Men of War #57.

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