Now it can be told

United Kingdom, 1947

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A dramatised account of the training of special agents in Britain and their subsequent work with the French resistance movement. Sabotage culminated on D Day in insurrections by thousands of armed patriots who helped to paralyse the enemy’s communications and hastened its defeat.


production company

Great Britain. Royal Air Force. Film Production Unit






Black and White

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