Beaulieu: the finishing school for secret agents 1941-1945
This book lifts the veil of secrecy surrounding Lord Montagu's Beaulieu estate as the Training Centre for secret agents in the Second World War. More than 3,000 agents passed through and from those who completed the course they faced a one-in-three chance of being captured, tortured or executed.
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Beaulieu: The Finishing School for Secret Agents, 1941-1945
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