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October 1944: as World War II draws towards its conclusion, a Nazi defeat begins to seem almost inevitable. But that might be about to change....

Two intruders are captured in the grounds of Colditz Castle, the most secure POW camp in Germany. At first the guards think they're dealing with British spies. But the strangers arrived in an advanced travelling machine, the likes of which they've never seen before.

With this Tardis in their hands, the Third Reich might triumph after all.

Written by Steve Lyons. Directed by Gary Russell.

©2001 Big Finish Productions (P)2001 Big Finish Productions

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  • katrine
  • 05-05-18

A true gem!

I really love how Ace develops in this story! And the Seventh Doctor is just strange enough to be himself, without it being too "Greatest Show in the Galaxy"! Plus, the added bonus of hearing David Tennant as a Nazi.

I would recommend this to people starting out in the world of Doctor Who Audio Adventures and books, because it really is just like a great episode; a super TARDIS grew, an intriguing setting, the Doctor at his best, the companion being allowed to grow on their own, and a well thought plot.

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