Meeting: A Very Secret War: Bugging Hitler’s Generals in World War 2
Speaker: Dr Helen Fry
Wednesday 25th September 2019; 7:30 pm
Woodcote Village Hall, Reading Road, Woodcote, RG8 0QY
A Very Secret War: Bugging Hitler’s Generals in World War 2
The charity donation from Helen's talk: The Military Intelligence Museum
Meeting Venue: Woodcote Village Hall RG8 0QY
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Biographical notes – Dr Helen Fry.
Helen has written and edited over 25 books. Her works cover the social history of the Second World War: British Intelligence and the secret war; spies and espionage; and MI9 escape and evasion.
Helen continues to bring fresh insight into the clandestine operations of World War 2, including widespread coverage of the greatest deception of the war: the bugging of Hitler’s generals at Trent Park, North London.
Because of her expertise in British Intelligence in both World Wars, she has been involved in a number of documentaries – including David Jason’s Secret Service.
She has conducted advisory work for TV and drama; something which she particularly enjoys, as well as numerous radio & TV broadcasts including the recent D-Day commemorations in Normandy.
Helen has also written extensively about the 10,000 Germans who fought for Britain in World War 2.
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