Lottie shows Joe video footage of the push into Belgium.
I guess the Germans were sticking like glue to the coast, trying to block Allied supplies from getting in.
Lottie shows Joe video footage on an old fashioned of the push into Belgium.
That meant the Algonquins had to go in and clear out the Scheldt, a series of swamps, marshes and ditches sure to make a guy’s life hell.
Joe stops Lottie, noticing a windmill in the footage. He asks her to re-wind the film.
Then I saw it, whoa I said, back that up, and Lockheart played it again, and there it was: a windmill. Of course, the canal and the windmill. The Scheldt.
Then it was as clear as anything – this knife and windmill was about the Algonquin’s push from Normandy up through Belgium and on to liberate Holland - and Cassidy’s role in it.
Joe is then in the hallway and is hanging Cassidy’s painting of the windmill on the wall.
I said sayonara to Lockheart and headed out to write my magnum opus.