The Adventures of Tartu

The Adventures of Tartu is a 1943 British Second World War spy film directed by Harold S. Bucquet and starring Robert Donat. It was a morale booster of the era portraying Nazis as highly corruptible due to their desire to seduce women and to gain personal advancement.

British agent Terence Stevenson goes undercover in Romania during World War II using his fluency in the regional languages t to pose as Jan Tartu and sabotage a Nazi chemical-weapons factory.