Meeting: Our Man in Hamburg; A True Spy Story of WW2
Speaker: Robert Dicketts
Wednesday 5th February 2020 – 7.30pm
Woodcote Village Hall, Reading Road, Woodcote, RG8 0QY
On Wednesday, Robert Dicketts gave the BMMHS a fascinating true spy story of WW2… ‘Our Man in Hamburg’. Double agents, MI5, the Abwehr and Gestapo with intrigue and huge somewhat questionable personalities in the heart of wartime Hamburg which Ian Fleming, as a story would have been proud of. All with a magnificent twist at the end. A full house at BMMHS enjoyed a fun evening with food and refreshments and raised £160 for Robert’s nominated Special Forces charity.
Thank you Robert for an excellent talk.
Our Man in Hamburg; A true spy story of WW2
Event Details & Entry Cost
When we host Meetings in Woodcote Village Hall, entry cost is just £8, payable (cash only) on the door. This includes your entry ticket to the talk, a Q & A, refreshments (beer, wine, soft drinks) and light snacks (sandwiches etc.). At each talk, we also make a contribution to a military related charity of our speaker’s choice. We also hold a raffle at each talk.
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Meeting Venue: Woodcote Village Hall RG8 0QY
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Biographical notes – Robert Dicketts
Robert Dicketts is a retired Chartered Accountant and has always had a keen interest in Military History especially anything to do with espionage and intelligence work. He has a close association with a Special Forces Regiment following the death of his son, Oliver, whilst on operations in Afghanistan in 2006. He and his wife were instrumental in founding the Regimental Charity for the Special Reconnaissance Regiment. He has been happily married to Priscilla for over 45 years! His other interests include golf and fly fishing.
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