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There were many who scoffed when it was said that the battlefield at Arras was haunted - haunted by the ghosts of the soldiers who had fought and died there in the First World War.
But when the tide of battle in World War II flooded over the same ground, strange things happened.
To the men who fought there it seemed as though the spirits of the glorious British dead had risen again and were fighting shoulder to shoulder with them in one of the most vicious actions of the whole war.
Fog of Doom, originally published in Commando #45 (November 1962)