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Title:The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare: History vs. Hollywood

The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare true story is compared to the Guy Ritchie WW2 movie about Operation Postmaster, a mission carried out by the British Army's No. 62 Commando, also known as the Small Scale Raiding Force (SSRF). The Small Scale Raiding Force operated as part of Winston Churchill's broader covert division, the Special Operations Executive (SOE). Led by Major Gus March-Phillips, who is portrayed by Henry Cavill in Guy Ritchie's Operation Postmaster movie, the British special ops team attempts to steal three axis-aligned ships from the harbor of Santa Isabel on the island of Fernando Po off of West Africa. Does The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare's real story resemble the version of history in this Operation Postmaster movie? In this fact-check, we answer numerous questions regarding this Guy Ritchie WW2 movie's historical accuracy. For example, did Anders Lassen (portrayed by Alan Ritchson) use a bow and arrows in combat? Which of The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare's characters are based on real people? Was Marjorie Stewart (Eiza González) a part of Operation Postmaster? In the true story, did the mission result in that high of a body count? Finally, the Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare's ending is explained, including whether Prime Minister Winston Churchill thanked them by serving them lobster. To read our full fact vs. fiction analysis of this Guy Ritchie war film, check out our History vs. Hollywood article here:


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