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Masquerading as a friendly local you’d never guess these characters are the enemy in disguise…or would you?
I say old chap, jolly rum show of it disguised nuns with guns! Who’d’ve ever seen the like, What!
Sister Bouché – Cloistered in the local nunnery has made this chap rather cranky! I say… that’s a rather big stick you have!
Sister Monaghan – Having to share the habit with Bouché it’s no wonder he’s got his pistol out!
Tricky Dicky – now here’s a chap the local constabulary knows all about… or do they? Is he on anyone’s side or his own?
Herr Flick – using the powers of disguise taught in depth at Gestapo headquarters, his mission to make contact with the Sisters may not go according to plan…
We’re a stubborn lot us English and these characterful figures epitomise our will to fight on and defend our rights our country and our sovereignty!
Some might say a gallery of rogues but these people are all stalwarts of the Bull Dog spirit…
Billy “the Whiz” Morgan – Willing to get stuck in even though too young to fight, Billy the boy scout is highly proficient with his homemade catapult… as Mrs Miggins’s cat at number 10 can confirm!
Shifty Tifty – Loves a cup of char – often found near the officers’ mess on the scrounge – his NCO and section never seem to want for comforts.
J. Stallard – owns the local toy shop and knows how to get his skates on! In between selling his toy soldiers he can also be found playing widow twanky in the local panto.
Bobby Bostock – The glue holding the community together, this local bobby on the beat knows all the tricks – and he’s way too free with his truncheon.
Warden Lister – Stickler for order, can often be heard over the air raid sirens: “PUT THAT LIGHT OUT NUMBER 43!”
Belle of the ball, Agent Stewart – code name “Ruth”
All work & no play, Agent Bereza – code name “Joan”
Agent Lewis – is he a Friend or Foe… or does he just lurk suspiciously on street corners?
Operation Sea Lion: Enemy Agents Source
Operation Sea Lion: Defenders of the Realm Source