List of Secret Army Episodes

List Of Secret Army Episodes

This is a complete episode list for the BBC television series Secret Army, which ran for three years from 7 September 1977.

The series follows the lives of a Belgian resistance cell dedicated to returning Allied airmen, usually having been shot down by the Luftwaffe, back to Britain. It follows the timeline of the war and shows its impact on the people of Belgium.

In all 43 episodes of Secret Army were produced; however the final episode "What Did You Do In The War, Daddy?" was never aired in the UK.

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