The year is 1940, and the world is at war with itself. As German bombs fall on British cities, across the country the public must flee to any shelter they can find. One day, decades from now, Godric’s Hollow will become a place of death, but in 1940 it is a sanctuary. Together, muggles and wizards do anything to keep themselves safe from the war that is devastating Europe and the soldiers sent to fight for their country.
But the magical know that there is another dark threat, one with the potential to be much worse than anyone could dream. Grindelwald has gathered his armies and declares he will fight for the greater good.
Two men who stand for hatred and oppression, two men who would inflict their own twisted ideals on a world barely recovered from the last great war.
In Godric’s Hollow, they listen to the wireless for news of another casualty, another bombing, another family lost to a battle they never wanted to be in. Even while they pray for the victims though, there is a tiny, guilty sense of relief that it was not them to die. At least not today.