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In the Summer of 1940, Europe lay prostrate under the brutal conquest of Nazi Germany. Belgium, Holland, Scandinavia, and France-- as well as most of Eastern Europe-- had surrendered to Hitler's legions. Only Great Britain remained. If Britain were to survive, it would need a leader who would stand alone, a leader who would embody the old-fashioned virtues of courage and patriotism, and the belief in freedom. At the same time, that leader would need to be as ruthless, and fight as fiercely as the tyrants-- but in a better cause. That man, if he existed, would be Britain's last chance. Fortunately, in London, there was such a man.