Meet the Heroes: Hogan, Klink & Schultz

Check out our hommage to Hogan’s Heroes. 🙂

 

For those of you who haven’t heard of Hogan’s Heroes before, I recommend to take a couple of minutes and to check it out on YoutubeI haven’t watched them all I have to admit, but I did watch most of Season 1 (in black and white) and some of the episodes are absolutely hilarious! 🙂

If you don’t have time for Youtube right now, here is the Executive Summary:

 

German Kommandant Oberst Wilhelm Klink & Oberfeldwebel Hans Georg Schultz

Oberst Wilhelm Klink is the Kommandant of a prisoner camp called Stalag 13 and he loves to point out on a regular basis that no prisoner has ever escaped from Stalag 13.
Oberfeldwebel Schultz is the camp’s Sergeant of the Guard and he has a solid philosophy that helps him to avoid being transfered to the Russian front: “I know nothing. I see nothing. I hear nothing.”

United States Army Air Forces Colonel Robert E. Hogan

Colonel Robert E. Hogan, senior ranking POW officer in a prison camp called Stalag 13. He often likes to refer to himself as “Hoganmüller”, “Hoganschmidt”, “Hoganheimer” or “Hoganburg”
and he runs a secret anti-Nazi organization inside the prison camp specialized in sabotage, spying and rescuing Allied airmen & sending them back to England.

All of them are now available in our shop and via our resellers.

In the meantime, join the Stoessi’s Heroes group on Facebook and possibly also our Facebook page, so that you don’t miss any announcements for new releases.

2 Replies to “Meet the Heroes: Hogan, Klink & Schultz”

  1. John Petrelli says: Reply

    How do you order? There is no place to order on the Facebook link. Also, how much for all 3?

    1. Thomas Stoesser says: Reply

      Hi John, take a look at the navigation bar at the top of the page and follow the link that says “SHOP” (http://www.stoessisheroes.com/product-category/all-heroes/). If you are based in the UK, you can also order from greatescapegames.co.uk. In the US, you can order from kingshobbiesandgames.com or from thingsfromthebasement.com. Hope that helps!

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