David March, a foreign correspondent, pretends to defect to the Germans during World War II but in reality he's working for the Allies. In the opener, March is the only one who has access to a new German super weapon.
It's a classic case of the right hand not knowing what the left hand is doing when British Intelligence decides to liquidate March unaware that he's actually working for U.S. Intelligence and is not a traitor.
March comes up with a plan to free a captured Allied scientist imprisoned in Berlin.
In order to destroy a German weapons project, Marsh must rely on a female German scientist.
The Germans use March's brother to test his loyalty to the Axis cause.
March must rescue a captured Soviet spy from the clutches of the Gestapo.
March and two SS officers interrogate a captured American--in a building that's targeted to be bombed.
A Soviet agent threatens to expose March to the Gestapo unless he agrees to spy for the Soviet Union as well.
March is called upon to eliminate Hitler's personal astrologer who's telling the Fuhrer that the time is right for an invasion of England.
A disgraced Gestapo chief escapes from incarceration determined to expose March.
March must steal the engine from a German plane that recently crashed.
An 11 year old Hitler Youth member jeopardizes March's plans to intercept plans for a German rocket site in Norway.
The Gestapo assigns March to pose as an American GI and infiltrate Allied lines in Italy.
March is ordered by the Gestapo to trap a suspected plotter against Hitler.
The you know what hits the fan when the Gestapo breaks the code used by the French underground.
March tries to help a German traitor escape while he's attacking him publicly.
March is assigned to liquidate a German scientist who's on the verge of developing an atomic bomb.