TV Mini-Series | TV-MA | | Action, Drama, Sci-Fi
A British homicide detective investigates a murder in a German-occupied England in a parallel universe where the Nazis won World War II.
In actual history, it was two refugee Jewish scientists in Britain who made the key breakthrough. The Frisch-Peierls memorandum of March 1940 revealed that a nuclear weapon could be made with about a kilogram of material, rather than several tons as most people believed then.
Neither are mentioned, but the circulating documents might be a development of their work.
The SS are aware that Detective Archer does not share their beliefs, and that his wife was killed by German bombing. Yet they choose to keep him as the chief local policeman on a case they view as enormously important.
In actual history, all occupied countries had some police who were pro-Nazi.
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