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MI9 EVASION SERVICE A HISTORY FOR IN OF WORLD ESCAPE THE SECRET WAR AND TWO

“THE STORY OF MI9 IS THE STUFF OF SPY FICTION, AND IT CERTAINLY MAKES FOR A FASCINATING SUBJECT”

Author: Helen Fry Price: £20 Publisher: Yale University Press

In her latest book, MI9: A History Of The Secret Service For Escape And Evasion In World War Two, Helen Fry tells the fascinating

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