Schulz lands in Britain and buries most of the money next to a road, using a milestone as a landmark. After arousing suspicion by trying to order first whiskey, and then coffee, in a pub, he telephones the contact he has been given, Melfort, to arrange a rendezvous. Schulz is rightly cautious as Melfort is controlled by the British and leaves instead of keeping the rendezvous. Already suspected of being a spy, he runs to the coast and steals a small boat, crossing the Channel to arrive at the Dunkirk evacuation. Fleeing further inland, he arrives at a seemingly deserted Chateau, where he is found by the advancing German army.
Did You Know?
The corpse in a coffin encountered by Shulz on arrival in in Dunkirk not only gently breathes but has a twitching thumb. See more
It says here that Hitler's generals have traveled to the front to personally direct the troops on the battlefield. Why can't our generals do that?
Their wheelchairs would get stuck in the mud. Are you gonna do any work today?
I'm just trying to find out how the war's going.
Down the drain, where this pub'll go if you don't get on with cleaning it.