In 1969, Albert, Monique, Natalie and Alain contribute to a British television documentary "In Our Time" to mark the 25th anniversary of Brussels' liberation from the Nazis. Manfred Dorf, a German industrialist, is challenged by investigative journalists who (correctly) believe that he is Kessler. The ex-Lifeline members meet at the Candide, still owned by Albert, and reminisce about their common past.
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Natalie notes that the Communists are responsible for the deaths of 137 million people, making the Nazis look like amateurs in comparison. Kessler made a very similar comment in Kessler: Episode #1.6
(1981), which was likewise written by John Brason
. See more
Both Lisa's grave and the BBC documentary "In Our Time" state that she was born in 1921 and died in February 1943, meaning that she was at most 22 at the time of her death. However, in Secret Army: Lisa - Codename Yvette
, her aunt Louise stated that she was 24. See more