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 === March === === March ===
  
-  * March 14: In Hamburg, Germany, a truckload of gun parts bound for the Eastern Front is stolen by a hijacker named Denny Dyce. ["The Marksman: Unusual Suspects, Book One"]+  * March 14: In Hamburg, Germany, a truckload of gun parts bound for the Eastern Front is stolen by a hijacker named Denny Dyce. ["The Marksman: Unusual Suspects"​]
   * March 15: In Occupied England, Wilhelm Schultz evades the Nazi super-agent the Ray II. The Jester II steals a new German secret weapon and uses it on the Ides of March just after midnight to destroy Big Ben and the Dover Radar Line Headquarters,​ eliminating radar capabilities for nearly four hours. ["The Jester: Laughter in the Dark"]   * March 15: In Occupied England, Wilhelm Schultz evades the Nazi super-agent the Ray II. The Jester II steals a new German secret weapon and uses it on the Ides of March just after midnight to destroy Big Ben and the Dover Radar Line Headquarters,​ eliminating radar capabilities for nearly four hours. ["The Jester: Laughter in the Dark"]
-  * March 15: While the radar capabilities in England are down early that morning, the gun parts stolen in Hamburg are shipped off to England, where they are received by the British Resistance. That day, five criminals in Hamburg are arrested on suspicion of committing the hijacking -- Red McGraw, Dickie Stanton, Denny Dyce, Wolfgang Hurtz, and Alexander "​Mouthpiece"​ Koda. After they are summarily released the next day, the five men decide to team up for another hijacking together later that week. Successful, the hijackers meet a man in Verona, Italy, for another job. ["The Marksman: Unusual Suspects, Book One"] +  * March 15: While the radar capabilities in England are down early that morning, the gun parts stolen in Hamburg are shipped off to England, where they are received by the British Resistance. That day, five criminals in Hamburg are arrested on suspicion of committing the hijacking -- Red McGraw, Dickie Stanton, Denny Dyce, Wolfgang Hurtz, and Alexander "​Mouthpiece"​ Koda. After they are summarily released the next day, the five men decide to team up for another hijacking together later that week. Successful, the hijackers meet a man in Verona, Italy, for another job. ["The Marksman: Unusual Suspects"​] 
-  * March 22: McGraw, Stanton, Dyce, Hurtz, and Mouthpiece hijack a shipment of diamonds but end up killing three men and discovering heroin instead of the expected diamonds and realize they are being manipulated by someone. ["The Marksman: Unusual Suspects, Book Two"] +  * March 22: McGraw, Stanton, Dyce, Hurtz, and Mouthpiece hijack a shipment of diamonds but end up killing three men and discovering heroin instead of the expected diamonds and realize they are being manipulated by someone. ["The Marksman: Unusual Suspects"​] 
-  * The Freedom Fighters learn of a German plan by a Nazi agent called ​Dr. Dreizehn (Dr. Thirteen) to find mystical artifacts to help them win the war. //Note: This story is in development. Following this case, the original Freedom Fighters have no more public cases for awhile as part of Uncle Sam's plan to infiltrate the S.S. Ubermenschen with the Ray in place of the Nazi Ray, since the real Ray's absence from a more public team would be noted. Each of the Freedom Fighters go on individual deep cover assignments in their civilian identities, while a new and larger temporary team of Freedom Fighters is later established,​ as seen in "​Freedom Fighters: The Clock Strikes."//​ ["​Freedom Fighters: Bend Sinister"​]+  * The Freedom Fighters learn of a German plan by a Nazi agent called ​Doktor ​Thirteen ​(Johann Schmidt), leader of the Thule Society, ​to find mystical artifacts to help the Germans ​win the war. //Note: This story is in development. Following this case, the original Freedom Fighters have no more public cases for awhile as part of Uncle Sam's plan to infiltrate the S.S. Ubermenschen with the Ray in place of the Nazi Ray, since the real Ray's absence from a more public team would be noted. Each of the Freedom Fighters go on individual deep cover assignments in their civilian identities, while a new and larger temporary team of Freedom Fighters is later established,​ as seen in "​Freedom Fighters: The Clock Strikes."//​ ["​Freedom Fighters: Bend Sinister"​]
  
 === April === === April ===
  
   * Hourgirl is called in to help Ah Chan, an old friend of her foster father who runs the Hedley Heights Retired Living Community. There, she meets [[Drusilla Zero|Dr. Drusilla Zero]], daughter of 1940s ghost-breaker Dr. Stephen Zero, and together they uncover the criminal plot by another retirement home owner to discredit Ah Chan. ["​Hourgirl:​ The Haunting of Hedley Heights"​]   * Hourgirl is called in to help Ah Chan, an old friend of her foster father who runs the Hedley Heights Retired Living Community. There, she meets [[Drusilla Zero|Dr. Drusilla Zero]], daughter of 1940s ghost-breaker Dr. Stephen Zero, and together they uncover the criminal plot by another retirement home owner to discredit Ah Chan. ["​Hourgirl:​ The Haunting of Hedley Heights"​]
-  * April 15: McGraw, Stanton, Dyce, Hurtz, and Mouthpiece meet with an English lawyer representing the mysterious and dreaded crime lord, Baron Povalsky. The lawyer reveals they have all stolen from the Baron and owe him. After Stanton turns up dead, the men attempt to kill the lawyer but are instead blackmailed into stopping an drug deal by a rival gang of Afghan opium smugglers. ["The Marksman: Unusual Suspects, Book Two"] +  * April 15: McGraw, Stanton, Dyce, Hurtz, and Mouthpiece meet with an English lawyer representing the mysterious and dreaded crime lord, Baron Povalsky. The lawyer reveals they have all stolen from the Baron and owe him. After Stanton turns up dead, the men attempt to kill the lawyer but are instead blackmailed into stopping an drug deal by a rival gang of Afghan opium smugglers. ["The Marksman: Unusual Suspects"​] 
-  * April 18: The five hijackers disrupt the drug deal, only to find that there are no drugs, and all the men except Mouthpiece are killed. Hurtz is himself shot in the chest with a crossbow by Baron Povalsky. ["The Marksman: Unusual Suspects, Book One-Two"] +  * April 18: The five hijackers disrupt the drug deal, only to find that there are no drugs, and all the men except Mouthpiece are killed. Hurtz is himself shot in the chest with a crossbow by Baron Povalsky. ["The Marksman: Unusual Suspects"​] 
-  * April 25: After receiving complete immunity, Mouthpiece is grilled by Count Helmut von Stauffen, the Black Knight of the S.S., who believes Hurtz is Baron Povalsky. Meanwhile, the Red Tornado II of the S.S. Ubermenschen interviews a witness to the slaughter who is the only man alive to have seen the Baron. Mouthpiece leaves the police station in Venice before a sketch made from the witness'​ description identifies Mouthpiece as the Baron. Baron Povalsky returns to his mountain stronghold, where he introduces himself to the four men he had recruited (and whose deaths he faked) as the Marksman II. Red McGraw becomes the [[Dragon II]], Dickie Stanton becomes [[Madam Fatal II]], and Jake Horn (the real name of Denny Dyce) becomes the [[Horned Owl]]. The Baron reveals to Hurtz that he is his twin brother, raised by different parents. All the men join the [[European Resistance|Resistance]], a Europe-wide underground resistance organization. ["The Marksman: Unusual Suspects, Book One, Book Two"]+  * April 25: After receiving complete immunity, Mouthpiece is grilled by Count Helmut von Stauffen, the Black Knight of the S.S., who believes Hurtz is Baron Povalsky. Meanwhile, the Red Tornado II of the S.S. Ubermenschen interviews a witness to the slaughter who is the only man alive to have seen the Baron. Mouthpiece leaves the police station in Venice before a sketch made from the witness'​ description identifies Mouthpiece as the Baron. Baron Povalsky returns to his mountain stronghold, where he introduces himself to the four men he had recruited (and whose deaths he faked) as the Marksman II. Red McGraw becomes the [[Dragon II]], Dickie Stanton becomes [[Madam Fatal II]], and Jake Horn (the real name of Denny Dyce) becomes the [[Horned Owl]]. The Baron reveals to Hurtz that he is his twin brother, raised by different parents. All the men form the new [[Death Patrol]], part of a Europe-wide underground resistance organization. ["The Marksman: Unusual Suspects"​]
  
 === May === === May ===
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