Action 62 (July 1943) does put Superman into a World War 2 adventure, but the cover does not depict the actual story.
Don Cameron and Ed Dobrotka take an interesting route to telling a World War 2 story with Superman. It was difficult to show the heroes in battle. The course of actual events could make the stories very inappropriate.
This one starts off in the distant future, a happy, peaceful one. The story is told in flashback, but set in 1943. Lois Lane is doing an article on a fisherman, Captain Zeb. She and the rest of the crew get captured by Nazis.
Superman finds an underwater Nazi base, and destroys it.
The last couple of panels of the story show Superman alive in this distant future, over 200 years old, and not appearing to have aged a bit. This may be the first time that Superman’s longevity has been discussed. I will keep an eye out when I come to his own book.
Americommando is in Romania in this story by Greene and Baily., with Dr Ito hot on his trail. The story has Tex working with the resistance movement again, helping to blow up an oil plant.
There is a good, climatic fight on a train between Americommando and Ito, who appears to fall to his death *he’ll be back.) Tex no longer wears his mask as Americommando, so seems to have completely given up on trying to disguise himself.
Congo Bill’s story is once again war-based. Samachson and Smalle have him up in the Aleutian Islands, helping to defend a fort against a Japanese assault.
The story is good,nothing really special. But I included it simply because it has taken Congo Bill about as far from the Congo as he could get.