The following films have received support from The Gerry Holdsworth Special Forces Charity.


This informal interview was filmed in 2010 for the Gerry Holdsworth Special Forces Charity. Maj Nicholas Campling was the then Secretary of the Trust and Prof Foot, who was a British political and military historian, and former British Army intelligence officer with the Special Operations Executive during the Second World War.


Now it can be told: Re-told

SECRET AGENT SELECTION – this thirty-three minute educational film deconstructs the classic feature-length 1946 film about SOE, by using excerpts from the filmed and recorded testimony of agents, recruiters and members of SOE responsible for security, combined with the expertise of specialist historians.

Watch the film on Vimeo

Details of the film on the Secret WW2 website

Supported by the Charity, produced by Martyn Cox for The Secret WW2 Learning Network –


The Shetland Bus Story

Part of the work of the Scalloway Museum in commemorating the famous wartime ‘Shetland Bus’ link between the Shetland Isles and Norway.