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Witchcraft Street, Episode Six

  The Renault FT, frequently referred to in post-World War One literature as the “FT-17” or “FT17” and by some as the world’s first modern tank, was a French light tank designed largely by French industrialist Louis Renault, and was among the most revolutionary and influential tank designs in history. It was the first production

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Witchcraft Street, Episode Four

Notations There were German reprisals against civilians in occupied countries during World War Two; in France, the Nazis built an execution chamber in the cellars of the former Ministry of Aviation building in Paris. Below, forces of the Interior and Paris policemen inspect the execution chamber in the cellars of the former Ministry of Aviation

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Witchcraft Street, Episode Three

Notations Jean refers to the newspaper, a daily called La France au Travail, which began publication after the invasion. Its slogan was “national communism” and, given milder censorship in the occupied France than elsewhere under the Nazis, was patriotically French. In an article for the Fourth International published in June 1941, Terence Phelan says that “While ‘admitting’

Early Iron Moon pages revealed

  Long before the colour version of Iron Moon was published by Print Media (and digitally by ROK Comics), Charlotte Corday aritst Keith Page developed an earlier version of the story which was changed dramatically when writer Stephen Walsh joined the Charlotte Corday team. Featured below are the six pages Keith wrote and drew. “I

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Witchcraft Street, Episode Two

  Notations “La Bievre” runs under the fifth and thirteenth arrondissements of Paris, and was covered in 1912 after centuries of service to dyers, tanners and other crafts people. The river itself originates 33 kilometres from Paris in the Yvelines (near Versailles) and feeds into the Seine at Gare d’Austerlitz. The Bièvre was once a

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