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Witchcraft Street – Back in January 2015!

We’re taking a festive break… Witchcraft Street will resume on 1st January 2015. Enjoy the holiday season and thank you for reading! By way of a Christmas present, we’re pleased to report that Paint It Black will be released in April 2015 as a hardback book, the story of Paraffin Jack MacNab of the Scotland

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“London Calling” goes digital, on sale now

  The Charlotte Corday adventure London Calling, published by Timebomb Comics, has just been added to the ROK Comics digital app for iPad, taking its place alongside Iron Moon, which was published in print by Print Media. Wolverhampton-based audio comics publisher ROK Comics recently revamped its ‘aggregator’ app, which brings together all its ROK Comics – and titles

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Witchcraft Street, Episode 31

The Peugeot 302, which has a top speed of around 65 miles per hour, was a mid-weight saloon introduced at the 1936 Paris Motor Show by Peugeot and listed, for just 18 months, until April 1938. The French L’automobile Ancienne web site , which offers a detailed guide and history of the car, notes only 25,000

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Witchcraft Street, Episode 30

  The MP 38 and MP 40 (MP designates Maschinenpistole) were submachine guns developed in Nazi Germany and used extensively by Fallschirmjäger (paratroopers), platoon and squad leaders, and other troops during World War Two. Both weapons were often erroneously called the Schmeisser, despite weapons designer Hugo Schmeisser’s non-involvement in their design and production. By the

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Witchcraft Street, Episode 29

  The Westland Lysander was a British army co-operation and liaison aircraft produced by Westland Aircraft used immediately before and during the Second World War. After becoming obsolete in the army co-operation role, the aircraft’s exceptional short-field performance enabled clandestine missions using small, unprepared airstrips behind enemy lines to place or recover agents, particularly in

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