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"The High-Speed Railway Matter"

Written by Unknown

Published in The Victor #278-#281, June 18 - July 9, 1966.
The Direttissima is a high-speed railway line linking Rome and Naples. It is being used that April of 1942 to move large number of German troops and their supplies south to buttress Rommel's maneuvers. It is the job of civil engineer and surveyor Captain Webb to "find out the most effective means of cutting the railway for a long time" as the British did not have enough bombers to make repeated raids.

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