Kamikaze attacks by Japanese pilots are familiar to almost anyone with even a passing knowledge of World War II. But few realise that Japan was not the only nation to use these desperate tactics. "No Surrender" probes the darkest corners of the third Reich to tell the story of Axis suicide squads. Military insiders reveal how the elite suicide teams were devised and how they were subject to an intense power struggle among the German high command. Though their vision was never completely realised, German soldiers did fly suicide missions, as this fascinating programme definitively documents. "No Surrender" also details how myths and legends from German and Japanese history were used to inspire the soldiers for their fatal task and explores the vast differences between the German and Japanese plans.