Resistance: When the Nazis took Wales, new film about Britain’s secret underground army | Mail Online

Autumn, 1944: Russia has fallen, the D-Day landings have failed and the German Wehrmacht has invaded Britain. The country is now under enemy occupation. Panzer divisions and columns of Nazi troops sweep westwards, striking fear into a demoralised nation whose forces lie decimated across the shell-pocked landscape of mainland Europe.

In a remote valley in the Black Mountains of Wales, farmers’ wives awake to discover that the men of the village have vanished during the night. Like women across Britain, they silently suspect their husbands, brothers and sons have melted away to join the Resistance, whose members are hiding out in the hills and woods, awaiting the inevitable arrival of German troops.

via Resistance: When the Nazis took Wales, new film about Britain’s secret underground army | Mail Online.

In an age when the US is fighting counterinsurgencies, this looks like it might be an interesting film.