In early 1943, more than three long years into the war, both sides were desperate. Scientists everywhere were experimenting with weaponry and technology, hoping they might turn the tides of battle in their favour. Professor David Alexander was one such man.
Working at a military base off the coast of Canada in the North Atlantic, Alexander was recruiting men to help test a new prototype for something codenamed Project Habakkuk . . .
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