Harry crosses paths with Lois again when she arrives to perform at the BEF base camp in France, while Tom finds himself in the middle of a naval battle in the South Atlantic.
User Reviews: I think this was the best episode to date, I watched most of it with a sunken feeling in my stomach, some of it was uncomfortable to watch. I don’t buy this soap opera thing that several have mentioned, it isn’t. There were some harrowing scenes, the on board attack, looked amazing, and had a real impact on those involved, the appearance of the Russian Soldiers at the Polish family home, and the scene where The Nazis catch up with Ludwig.
There were some relatively smaller issues, the story surrounding the pregnancy love triangle isn’t gripping me, but the relationship between Robina and little Jan has me enthralled, I am loving Lesley Manville in this, it’s interesting to see how the frosty, cold mother is warming to the young boy.
The production looks fabulous, the scenes at sea particularly look fantastic. I can’t really find much fault. Excellent. 9/10