Look back on younger days with the Five as they take on Nazis in 1944.




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Episode credited cast:
Capt. Jack Zimmerman
Henry Foss (credit only)
Kate Freelander (credit only)
Col. Franz Korba (as Douglas O'Keefe)
Erin Lacourciere ...
Jeanette Anaise
U.S. Sergeant
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lieutenant Hallman
German Major


Look back on younger days with the Five as they take on Nazis in 1944.

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Release Date:

23 May 2011 (USA)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

16 : 9
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Did You Know?


In real history, Tesla had nothing to do with WW2 codebreaking. The hundreds of folks at Bletchley Park in England did the codebreaking work on Enigma during WW2. Among them, and arguably the greatest among them, was the mathematician Alan Turing, who made the conceptual advances that broke Enigma thus shortening the war by years. After the war, a not so grateful UK government convicted Turing of being a homosexual and chemically castrated him. See more »


At approx 5 minutes into this episode which is set in June 1944, Nicola Tesla is standing in front of a blackboard clearly displaying a Feynman diagram...which were not introduced by Richard Feynman until 1984. See more »

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Good except for one thing...
16 December 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

...having listened to the commentary on the DVD, I am struck by the contradiction between the producers expressed concern for respect and accuracy in portraying the events of the time, and the attribution of the cracking of the Enigma code to the character Tesla. Every time I watch this episode of a series I really love, I find myself really irked by this misrepresentation. It strikes me as a shocking misjudgement. It totally ignores the real life efforts and achievement of firstly, the Poles and subsequently the people at Bletchley Park, including Alan Turing. I wonder if those involved have seen the recent film of Turings life, and if they have, whether that choice has come back to haunt them.

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