Sheridan discovers that Morden has a connection with his dead wife. Nightwatch, a new agency on Earth is trying to recruit new personnel.

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Sheridan discovers that Morden has a connection with his dead wife. Nightwatch, a new agency on Earth is trying to recruit new personnel.

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This is the first mention of the Ministry of Peace, when Pierce Macabee introduces himself as its representative to Talia Winters. The term "Ministry of Peace" (and its ironic abbreviation) was first used in George Orwell's 1948 novel '1984', where it was the name of the War Ministry. It co-existed with ministries for propaganda (Ministry of Truth, or MiniTru), rationing (Ministry of Plenty, or MiniPlenty) and secret police (Ministry of Love, or MiniLuv). See more »

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Capt. Sheridan claims British codebreakers knew ahead of time that Germans were planning to bomb the city of Coventry on November 14, 1940, and that Winston Churchill's administration deliberately left Coventry to its fate instead of evacuating it, so as not to give away that Britain had cracked Germany's code. Historians widely regard this as a myth, and that the British expected an attack but did not know what city it would target.

[Sources IMDb may wish to consult include:] "Coventry: What Really Happened" by Churchill historian Martin Gilbert www.winstonchurchill.org/resources/myths/1561-coventry-what-really-happened

Other historians like Terry Charman and Norman Longmate are cited in: www.bbc.com/news/uk-11486219

www.dailymail.co.uk/home/article-1004223/Did-Churchill-annihilate-Coventry-protect-bigger-prize.html [End of sources.] See more »

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Michael Garibaldi: Zack, what've got?
Zack Allan: Another 200 refugees in from Sector 29. And we've got 5 more ships due by the end of the day...
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Not the best, but one of the best of the season!
8 January 2007 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is an absolute not to be missed episode of Babylon 5. Part of this is because the episode is so interesting but also because so many important plot elements are addressed that will become super-important to the series in later seasons.

The ever-evil and slimy Mr. Morden is once again on the station. However, for the first time, the captain and security begin to recognize that he might be a threat to the station and to the Earth Allience--particularly when they scan the computer network and find that Morden had been killed during the same mission in which Sheridan's wife was killed!!!! The fact that he appears to be very much alive is a major concern--particularly for the Captain Ahab-like Sheridan who MUST know what, exactly, happened to his wife at Z'Ha'Dum! The episode is well-written and exciting from start to finish--super important show to be seen by all lovers of the series.


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