1941. Almost all of Europe is under the Nazi heel. Great Britain
still holds out, but the situation worsens with every passing day.
And in North Africa, gateway to the Middle East and its immense oil
reserves, Rommel now threatens Egypt, keystone of British defences.
In those desperate times, three men (David Stirling, Blair Mayne and
‘Jock’ Lewes), three unconventional officers, band together to create
a small, elite unit that will become a military legend: the SAS.