The untold story of how two Allied Spies infiltrated a theater, drama, and entertainment based prisoner of war camp and took down the Nazi Party.
Elmer puts a bow on our report with the post-Heidelberg lives of our surviving characters.
Chapter 8, Part 2 - The Story of Passover, The Musical
It’s show day. Klaus stresses about last minute arrangements and executions. Meanwhile, Herman meets his hero, and Carter enforces his wristband-only policy. The spies make one last ditch effort to hit their target.
Chapter 8, Part 1 - Martinez
Elmer gets some storytelling help from three anonymous witnesses – Ludvig, Dominic, and Gary. Heidelberg reels from an explosion that burns two of their own. The Allies join forces with terrorists to take down a greater evil. Milo and Ilsa take advantage of the chaos and hatch a plan.
Chapter 7 - The Meat of the Hamburger
A new Obersturmbannfuhrer rules shakily over an unstable Heidelberg. A death in the camp sparks vengeance from a dangerous group. The spies catch a break with the return of an old partner. Klaus deals with National Socialist Healthcare.
Chapter 6 - A Breaking Point
With a certain special guest now firmly set on seeing the show, Klaus’s mental fortitude wears thin – and he turns to self-medication. Felix and Maximilian develop a surprising bond. Ernestine suspects insurgence. The afflictions grow worse.
Chapter 5 - The Perfect Sturm
Elmer shotguns a beer and deep dives into the origin story of Finance Minister Carter Newport. Later, tumult at the camp has Klaus’s father doubting the progress of their production, so he sends a theater critic in to review – and a rather famous one at that. Carter and Ernestine have a few visitors themselves who have chosen to invest in their new financial venture. Meanwhile, the camp experiences some notorious, familiar…afflictions.
Had no idea what I was in for before I pressed play, no regrets!!! Can’t wait for the remaining episodes!
SO excited for episode 7 to come out tomorrow!! If it’s as great as all the others especially 6 which is my fave to date, I will be listening over and over!!!
Laugh out loud funny, but also a strikingly accurate take on Nazi insecurity in 1944, but with a genius comedic (and entirely fictional) twist. Excited for episode 6!