Dover, June 1940. After decisive defeat in the Battle of France, German forces hover poised a mere 20 miles away across the English Channel. Artillery is rushed to the Dover area, and shelters and bunkers are dug into the famous White Cliffs. Then, beneath the town, a strange discovery is made.
Buried within the cliffs of 100-million-year old chalk lie the remains of an unusual building. The landing-ground... [click here for more]
It is August 1940 and the Netherlands is still reeling from the German Invasion just three months earlier. Queen Wilhelmina and her administration have fled into exile and an uneasy peace settles over the country, as the first embers of resistance begin to smoulder.
From the small Dutch fishing town of Nermegen, reports reach Britain’s Section M of a strange installation being constructed on the... [click here for more]