Appearing in "A Farewell to War"
- Sergeant Chat Noir (Dies)
- Sparrow (Dies)
- Inge (Dies)
- Adolph Hitler (Dies)
- Standartenführer Kessler (Only appearance; dies)
- Hermann Göring
- Eva Braun (Dies)
- Otto Krebs (Only appearance; dies)
- Germany (1945, World War II)
- Berliner Zoo
- The Berlin Sewers
- Brandenburg Gate
- New Orleans (Mentioned only)
- Nosferatu (Destroyed)
- World War I (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for "A Farewell to War"
Appearing in "And Then There Was One"
Synopsis for "And Then There Was One"
- Synopsis not yet written.
- This book was first published on July 22, 1982.
- Although this is the last chronological appearance of the Unknown Soldier, he appears again in a four-issue limited series written by Garth Ennis, which takes place some time prior to his death in this issue.
- This issue takes place on April 30th 1945.
- Unknown Soldier Recommended Reading
- World War II Recommended Reading
- Adventures in the Rifle Brigade (Volume 1)
- Adventures in the Rifle Brigade (Volume 2)
- All-American Men of War (Volume 1)
- All-Out War (Volume 1)
- Blackhawk (Volume 1)
- Blitzkrieg (Volume 1)
- Capt. Storm (Volume 1)
- Four-Star Battle Tales (Volume 1)
- G.I. Combat (Volume 1)
- Men of War (Volume 1)
- Military Comics (Volume 1)
- Our Army at War (Volume 1)
- Our Fighting Forces (Volume 1)
- Sgt. Rock (Volume 1)
- Sgt. Rock (Volume 2)
- Star-Spangled War Stories (Volume 1)
- Unknown Soldier (Volume 1)
- Weird War Tales (Volume 1)
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