Hogan and his men are given the task of killing all the German generals, who will be meeting for a conference in town. Although it is considered pretty much a suicide mission, they readily accept the mission. They plan on achieving their goal by planting bombs in the meeting room with the aid of chef Jacques Mornay, a French resistance fighter who was a chef before the war. However, the plan hits a snag when they find out that one of the generals, Felix Mercer, is really a British agent. Mercer then informs them that there are very important battle plans that must not be destroyed. Can Hogan get the plans out of room before the bombs go off? Written by
Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
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Klink and Shultz are in the banquet room with the rest of the generals. If the bombs planted in the room had gone off as planned, they would have been killed as well. How did Hogan and the others plan to continue their operation at Stalag 13 with new (and likely more alert) replacements? See more
Col. Wilhelm Klink
[reading a list of invited people to the meeting
It doesn't have the name "Colonel Klink" in there. Probably an oversight at headquarters.
General der Infanterie Albert Burkhalter
I consider it the perfect oversight.
References The Night of the Generals