Published in The Victor, #311-312, February 4 and 11, 1967, 7 black and white pages.
George Preston is heading back to Paris, traveling on a train using forged papers identifying him as a colonel in the German Secret Police. After learning a General Lehmann is also on the train, Preston manages to steal his satchel loaded with papers of Operation Sealion, the invasion of England. He also learns the itinerary of Hitler over the next few days. His next attempt will be thwarted by a German sniper but not before eliminating several generals by grenade.