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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.
October 1940: Asked to act as a referee at a local Home Guard military exercise, DCS Foyle is soon investigating a murder when one of the part-time soldiers, Harry Markham, is found shot through the head. He was a one-time burglar and was a suspect in the recent burglary attempt at the home of Sir Reginald Walker, head of a major food processing company. Foyle's suspicions are aroused when Walker failed to file a complaint with the police leaving him to think that they have something to hide. Meanwhile, Sam is put in charge of a group of children who are scouting the village to collect anything recyclable in the hopes of winning a contest. In the end, they prove invaluable to uncovering a hidden pact with the Nazis.
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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