Based on the real-life events of Ian Fleming's 30 Commando during World War II this is a story which takes our heroes from the edge of defeat on the beaches of Dunkirk to the mountains of Norway on a dangerous mission behind enemy lines that, if successful, could change the course of the war.
The Were Britain's Commando Elite.
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Did You Know?
Ian Fleming used the name James Bond for the name of a secret operation to fool Nazi intelligence into thinking they should be looking for a single agent. It was abbreviated to OPJB. There is book of the same name that explains more. Fleming thought it was such a good name he used in a novel, the rest is history. See more
Even if the Commandos reached Sweden, they would have been interned and not returned to England. Sweden was neutral during WW2. See more
If it looks like he's gonna be captured... or if he is... shoot him