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Hidden & Dangerous 2: Saber Squadron Hidden & Dangerous 2: Saber Squadron () is a video game developed by German studio Realore Studios and published by . The game takes place during the Second World War.
The main character is Major Walter Sanderson. In one of the missions, Major Sanderson is captured by the Germans, where he is offered to work for them in order to obtain secret information about the allied forces. After that, Sanderson starts working for the Germans and gathers information about the allied forces.
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The Wakefield Tramways was an electric tramway system that operated in Wakefield, England.
Wakefield Corporation Acted (1870) to organise a system of tramways for the city of Wakefield. The company was incorporated on 26 July 1870.
The first tramcars ran on the new tramway between a depot at Market Place and a terminus at Long Street and High Street. The network initially consisted of just the Wakefield Corporation Tramways Ltd. and five other local companies.
The Wakefield Corporation Tramways initially operated as a tramway and an electric bus company, with the Wakefield Corporation Act (1870) providing the basis for this dual operation.
A second tramway branch was opened on 13 September 1890 to a terminus near the Shambles.
World War I
The Wakefield Corporation Tramways ceased operations during the Great War (1914-1918). A revival of the system was possible because during the War the city of Wakefield was not bombed.
World War II
The post-war city of Wakefield had a fully restored tramway system. The bus service was also re-established.
Public Transport Act (1948)
The Wakefield Corporation Tramways was transferred to the West Riding County Council on 6 July 1947, and the Wakefield Corporation Tramways Co Ltd was replaced by the Wakefield District Tramways. The company was absorbed by the Wakefield Passenger Transport Executive (RPE) on 9 June 1948.
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