http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2301720/Churchills-secret-guerillas-poised-execute-senior-British-figures-risk-helping-Germans-Nazi-invasion.html It must be ten or fifteen years ago I picked up a used book in London entitled "The Last Ditch." It was such an amazing story of these blokes - and some women who were their wireless operators and messengers - that if the book were serialise today everyone would claim it's another Daily Mail "exclusive." These people were terminally nasty and very highly trained by the Commandos in Scotland. The units also had Thompson SMGs before the commandos. In one incident, the local commander contacted the senior officer of an RAF station and told him they were going to infiltrate his base. Being warned in advance, security was supposedly air tight. One morning later the OC was surprised to find someone had entered his office and nicked his rubber stamp rack. At war's end they were stood down and one local commander kept waiting for the Army to come collect the "goodies" he'd been issued. His wife, feeling uneasy about the crates of hand grenades beneath their bed, convinced him to start making inquiries. But those in the know had been demobbed and the others were clueless. Finally he stretched the point and told one young officer he'd "found" some leftover ordinance. The officer, feeling granddad probably had a few rifle cartridges, sent a sergeant to the man's estate. Must have been an interesting phone conversation when the sergeant told the officer how many lorries would be needed to haul away the grenades, crates of small arms ammo, more crates of sweating explosives and - possibly - a large stash of semi- and fully- automatic weapons. The book is long out of print but still available. It is an excellent read . . . the sort of thing one would expect was hatched in the imagination of the DM.