Shakespeare's Henry the Second had it right when it comes to the Rev. Barnstaple. Around turn 5, he got a serious attack of conscience, locked away all the equipment, and threw away the key for the rest of the game! I sent Dr. Greystone to help him snap out of it, but the good doctor was immediately exposed as Chaplin, and shot dead.
I managed an average result, mainly due to the Germans throwing the vast majority of their troops at the Main Road and the Schoolhouse, both of which were fortified and the latter had a Vickers MG, manned by Sgt. Drake and Betty Tanner. Sadly, they both died on the last turn.