The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare
Takes place in 1939, when the Brits were being pounded by Germany in mainland Europe, and Winston Churchill wanted to hit back hard. His answer: stop fighting under accepted gentlemanly rules of engagement, and create a group of warriors who became the first ‘deniable’ secret operatives to strike behind enemy lines. They were basically Britian’s first black op unit. Members were recruited, knowing they were likely to be killed. They became a very tight knit group and their worked spanned WWII. They won important victories against the Nazis, breaking all the accepted rules of warfare in the process and using deception and even the bow and arrow to dispatch the enemy.