This alternative history tells the story of resistance fighters in Nazi-ruled Britain against a puppet regime led by Lord Beaverbrook, Oswald Mosley and Enoch Powell.
It’s a thrilling page-turner with a chilling look inside the minds of Nazi SS officers.
It examines the tensions in a resistance movement that ranges from class-conscious communists to army brass.
Right wing journalist Peter Hitchens called it a “babyish, historically illiterate slur” on Powell—so Sansom must be doing something right.
The impact of industrial agriculture
A film that deserves its acclaim
The greater terror was internment