Hogan is summoned back to England and finds out that D-Day is close at hand and is given the assignment to disrupt a conference by the German generals' staff to delay any action they may take during the invasion. To this end Hogan has Kinch imitate Hitler and has him call Klink to inform him that due to his being the most inept officer in Germany that he has been chosen to be the new chief of staff, replacing General Von Scheider. However, the fun really begins when the invasion begins and Klink has no idea what to do. Also, Hogan must contact Von Scheider's wife Lilli, who was a deep planted English agent prior to the war, who is to be informed her assignment is over. However, Hogan isn't sure where her loyalties lie and whether or not she is still on the side of the Allies. Written by
Brian Washington <Sargebri@att.net>
Did You Know?
The title references D-Day, the allied invasion of France on June 6, 1944. See more
(at around 16 mins) Newkirk refers to "General Rommel." Erwin Rommel was promoted from general to field marshal in 1942, before the Normandy invasion referred to in the story. (at around 20 mins) Schultz refers to "General von Rundstedt." Gerd von Rundstedt was promoted from general to field marshal in 1940. See more