The Court Marshall and execution of Tommy Hicks for desertion during World War I, ignites a feud between the Hammonds and the Hicks, which has lasted for 90 years. Unlike his descendents, Duggie Hammond always felt guilty about his forced involvement in Tommy’s unjust death. During a ceremony at the village war memorial Tommy’s son, Lionel Hicks, unveils a plaque for his father. Colonel Henry Hammond, who supported his father’s actions, finds the ceremony farcical and lets his feelings be known. When Henry is later executed Barnaby and Jones investigate.
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