When allied troops liberate a small battle-scarred Belgium town in 1944 the American and British commanders do all they can to help the war-weary people back on their feet. There are mental and physical wounds to heal, fields to plough, the church to rebuild. But a top Nazi, knowing the War is lost, has infiltrated the town and is fostering dissent and disunity. Written by
Jeremy Perkins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The dramatic shock of the century!
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The British officer Captain William Forsythe gives a palm down American style salute. See more