Episode: 301 | Aired: September 08, 1967
Hogan is frustrated by both friend and foe when he attempts to destroy an important Nazi convoy.
Episode: 302 | Aired: September 15, 1967
The Germans scheme to hoodwink the Royal Air Force by sending pilots over England in captured British planes.
Episode: 303 | Aired: September 22, 1967
Hogan and his men aid the Allies' D-Day landing on the coast of France by getting Klink promoted to German Chief of Staff.
Episode: 304 | Aired: September 29, 1967
The Gestapo assigns a seductive female agent to entice information about Stalag 13 from gullible Sgt. Schultz.
Episode: 305 | Aired: October 06, 1967
Hogan uncovers and comes to grips with a German plot to assassinate British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
Episode: 306 | Aired: October 13, 1967
General Burkhalter's attempt to match his widowed sister Gertrude with reluctant Col. Klink threatens Hogan's sabotage project.
Episode: 307 | Aired: October 20, 1967
Hogan plays a matchmaker and talent scout in an attempt to enlist a valuable Swedish scientist in the service of the Allies.
Episode: 308 | Aired: October 27, 1967
Hogan finds a load of bulletproof vests and a French courier on his hands, with no apparent way to get them out of Stalag 13.
Episode: 309 | Aired: November 03, 1967
Hogan sets out to destroy counterfeiting equipment and a Nazi plan to flood the world markets with phony Allied currency.
Episode: 310 | Aired: November 10, 1967
While trying to destroy a secret German artillery piece, Hogan is shaken by another problem - a renegade American POW.
Episode: 311 | Aired: November 17, 1967
A Parisian cabaret entertainer becomes involved in one of Hogan's espionage capers because of her friendship with a German general.
Episode: 075 | Aired: November 24, 1967
Hogan hides a downed Soviet pilot, intending to smuggle him to England, but the Russian insists on returning to his homeland.
Episode: 313 | Aired: December 01, 1967
While arranging to blow up a roomful of Nazi brass, Hogan and his men learn that a top Allied agent is in the group.
Episode: 314 | Aired: December 08, 1967
Hogan and his henchmen build a hollow snowman in an effort to smuggle the crew of a downed American bomber out of Stalag 13.
Episode: 315 | Aired: December 15, 1967
Marya, a beautiful White Russian, virtually assures Hogan's death by one of his own sabotage bombs.
Episode: 316 | Aired: December 22, 1967
Prisoner Carter masquerades as a defector to learn the location of a German chemical warfare factory.
Episode: 317 | Aired: December 29, 1967
Hogan learns that a Gestapo official knows something of the top secret Manhattan Project in the United States.
Episode: 081 | Aired: January 05, 1968
Col. Klink is taken ill just when the success of one of Hogan's espionage projects depends upon the Colonel's good health.
Episode: 319 | Aired: January 12, 1968
Hogan is ordered to London for reassignment and the bumbling Col. Crittendon comes in as his replacement.
Episode: 320 | Aired: January 19, 1968
Prisoner Newkirk sneaks a pretty German girl into Stalag 13, not knowing she's an informer for the Gestapo.
Episode: 321 | Aired: January 26, 1968
Hogan engineers a hoax to make Germans Col. Klink and Major Hochstetter believe that World War II has ended.
Episode: 322 | Aired: February 02, 1968
At Hogan's instigation, Col. Klink prepares for a secret flight to "Argentina" to escape the deadly wrath of a German general.
Episode: 323 | Aired: February 09, 1968
Hogan uses propaganda broadcaster Axis Annie in a scheme to get information to an underground agent.
Episode: 324 | Aired: February 16, 1968
Hogan outwits the Nazis when he builds a balloon to transport an undercover agent to England.
Episode: 325 | Aired: February 23, 1968
LeBeau craftily conceals the fact that the underground agent to whom he regularly takes information is a beautiful girl.
Episode: 326 | Aired: March 01, 1968
Hogan hides 30 prisoners to keep 10,000 SS men searching for them while the Allies bring up fresh troops.
Episode: 327 | Aired: March 08, 1968
Hogan and his men conspire to prevent a German general from taking personal possession of a fortune in French art treasures.
Episode: 328 | Aired: March 15, 1968
Hogan maneuvers to siphon a fighter aircraft away from an important German target so it becomes vulnerable to Allied bombing.
Episode: 329 | Aired: March 22, 1968
When other means fail, Hogan calls on a cooperative German chimpanzee to deliver an important radio part to the underground.
Episode: 330 | Aired: March 29, 1968
Hogan and his henchmen mine a bridge and then learn the first truck crossing it will be carrying American war prisoners.