Foyle's War: Season 2, Episode 3

War Games (30 Nov. 2003)

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When a British food corporation signs a secret agreement with the Nazis to provide essential food services to the enemy during wartime, murders result.

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Ian Redford ...
Sir Reginald Walker
Tim Preece ...
Philby
Caroline Faber ...
Agnes Browne
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Simon Walker
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Stephen Beck
Will Knightley ...
Arthur Browne
Charlie G. Hawkins ...
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Luke de Woolfson ...
Harry Markham (as Luke De Woolfson)
Christopher Benjamin ...
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October 1940: A young secretary falls to her death out the window of her office. Foyle plays referee to the Home Guard's war games, but there's live ammunition and one of the Home guard ends up dead. The local children collecting paper and metal for the war effort prove instrumental in solving the case. Written by VM

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Stephen Beck: [to Harry, angrily] I've been a barrister for thirty years. I know a lie when I hear one!
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More insight into wartime Britain
21 September 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Every episode of Foyle's War shows some novel aspect of Britain between the onset of the war in 1939 and the entry of America in 1941. The atmosphere is one of imminent invasion from Germany with a Nazi victory likely.

This episode touches on corporate collaborators - companies who struck deals with the Nazis in anticipation of a German victory. It also shows the raw material resource shortages and the salvage drives that results.

Hardly the stuff of history books.

Another first-rate episode.


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