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Live minute by minute with the fear that the German Battleship commanded by Admiral Lutjens who previously sank 115,000 tons of Allied shipping will breakout into our convoy streams and bring Britain closer to starvation.

I and my business partner are going to try and change the present by interfacing with the peoples values in the past and requesting those people there to not loose their humanity. To not turn into a greedy uncaring inhumane mass. Our intention is to change the present by interfacing with values of the past and requesting people to not loose their humanity.

The human being because they have to interact with time only in the present moment by moment, it is their perception that time is linear but because we physically can not go forward or backward it does not mean we can not model past or future and then move into it. Once there we believe that interaction between us the indigenous population could be beneficial.

In 1941 in England we had only BBC radio and newspapers.

The military was using radio and telephone for communication and both sides in the conflict had just started to employ radar. I believe giant concrete ears were built on the South coast of England to listen for enemy planes but were obsolete before 1939 when Britain declared war on Nazi Germany.

This battle - Flip- Times Sea Battles of World War 2 No.1 is the very brief career of the Kriegsmarine's battleship Bismarck . Our work is time related each event is reported exactly 70 years after it happened or was reported.

Although it is our intention to entertain the four months of research that went into the making also means we intend to inform viewers. We provide access to all we have learned. This is one of our minor projects - a sketch programme.

We at Flip-Time have done all the work - it is by us - everything - sound, music, drawings, animations, text, story line only history provided the result. Although primarily entertainment, we have provided a true story to the best of our research. We have treated the work as if expressing the views and knowledge from the period, not a result of the subsequent 70 years research. Over 3500 men died in those few days, this is a glimpse of their story.