The Germen Counter-Espionage Situation
First appearing in The Rover #1837, Sep. 10, 1960. Reprinted in The Victor #254, Jan. 1, 1966.
When Moulin receives word that a fellow Resistance leader has likely perished, he knew that the man had been in possession of vital messages to and from London. It was imperative that Ben Bloggs locate that team's number two man to see if he knew where the messages were hidden. That second in command, named Gaugine, happens to live in an apartment right next to the regional German counter-espionage group.