Not Rated | | Drama, War
A hard-as-nails general takes over a bomber unit suffering from low morale and whips them into fighting shape.
There will be a briefing for a practice mission at 1100 this morning. That's right, practice. I've been sent here to take over what has come to be known as a hard luck group. Well, I don't believe in hard luck. So we're going to find out what the ...
The members of the 918th Bomb Group are taunted in a German propaganda broadcast which begins "Germany calling, Germany calling, this is Lord Haw Haw speaking..."
In real life, "Lord Haw Haw" was a derogatory nickname applied to the real-time propaganda broadcaster William Joyce in reference to the affected accent he assumed when speaking on the radio, and he would not have referred to himself as such.
Opening credits prologue: LONDON 1949