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The Laws and Usages of War
Original TX date: 18/2/78
Mid-August 1940. Clive Martel's reconnaissance of the island proves futile when the British raid ends in a dramatic failure. Convinced that an islander helped the British navigate inland, Oberleutnant Kluge is presented with the name "Joe le Beq" as a likely suspect, though he, personally, believes Martel is the actual culprit. It is not until Joe le Beq is thought to be facing the firing squad that Clive Martel turns himself in, admitting his role in the failed attack. Dr. Martel watches in misery as his son is taken away to a POW camp, unaware that Kluge's investigation had made Clive's surrender unnecessary.
'V' for Victory
Original TX date: 25/2/78
Evidence of a British propaganda campaign begins sweeping the island in the form of small cut-out paper "V's." A new S.S. aide to Kommandant Richter, Hans Kurtmeier, who is an enthusiastic Nazi, decides it is necessary to stamp out such insolence immediately. Oberleutenant Kluge's intense questioning of the islanders irritates Peter Porteous, causing him to raise the campaign to a fever pitch, resulting in the arrest of an innocent bystander. The fate of this man may leave Peter questioning himself for the rest of his life.
The Polish Affaire
Original TX date: 4/3/78
A retired British diplomat, Sir James Prideaux, is aware of sensitive information that could benefit the Germans greatly. The desire for this knowledge has lead the Germans to design an elaborate trap involving Jan Arciszewski, a Polish colonel who had a passionate affair with Prideaux's wife, Diana, before the war. Pressured by fear of death, Jan plays a convincing role as a helpless escapee that may ultimately end in the arrest of the Prideaux's. The advice of Dr. Martell is the only hope for the salvage of a broken man's ethics and a pained couple's existence.