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This is the story of the battle between appeasers and anti-appeasers in the period before - and just after - the start of the Second World War, and the formation of the 1940 coalition government which, like the election of 2010, abruptly ruptured all previous political alignments. Based on real events, this is a fascinating and little known tale of idealism, blackmail, and political skulduggery.

Starring Charles Edwards, Kim Wall, John Rowe, Richard Dillane, Carl Prekopp, Adam Billington, Gerard McDermott, James Lailey, and Adjoa Andoh. Other parts played by Christopher Webster and Rikki Lawton. Directed by Marc Beeby.

©2012 John Fletcher (P)2012 AudioGO Ltd

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  • 08-22-20

Excellent Intense 1940’s War Drama at Sea

If you like a good 1940’s period sea drama built around espionage and spies, this excellent production will keep you nicely entertained. I have had this for many years now and I still enjoy listening to it as it flows along nicely pulling you into the feeling of the 40’s era showing what it was like when normal life came to a halt as our Country fought for its life and those at sea did their bit. Very well acted, this is a little gem.

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