As if it's not busy in Iraq and Afghanistan, Britain will soon be facing another war with a former enemy - Germany.
'Allo 'Allo a documentary about France under the Nazi occupation, will be screened on German TV for the first time since 1945. The 8-series documentary was discovered in a cellar by Tony Robinson's Time Team and has been sold ProSiebenSat1.
However, it has been dubbed a 'provocative act' by its' makers, the BBC, who never intended to show it to the Germans. A spokesman for the BBC Gordon Bennet who played a part in the original film as a tank said;
"We know that the Germans have never had a sense of humour ever since we showed them the Dad's Army episode when the German U boat crew took the church hostage. Not one of the viewers laughed. In fact the whole series went down like the Luftwaffe over the English Channel. When Basil Fawlty advised us "don't mention the war" we should have listened to him."
He added; "It's a bit insensitive to show this rare footage of real wartime events when there are some Gestapo folks still alive; Herr Flick is known to be alive and well and still plays Hitler's speeches backward on his gramophone which still works!"
'Allo Allo' chronicles the Germans' pursuit of a famous painting by Pablo Picasso, (who was 4 years-old at the time) and called 'The Fallen Madonna With The Big Boobies'. They can both be seen hanging in the Louvre, Paris alongside some of Hitler's own works of art.