MI9 : a history of the Secret Service for escape and evasion in World War Two.
Publication year: 2021
Media class: Paperback
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, 2021.
ISBN: 9780300260939 (pbk.) : £10.99
When Allied fighters were trapped behind enemy lines, one branch of military intelligence helped them escape: MI9. The organisation set up clandestine routes that zig-zagged across Nazi-occupied Europe, enabling soldiers and airmen to make their way home. Secret agents and resistance fighters risked their lives and those of their families to hide the men. Drawing on declassified files and eye-witness testimonies from across Europe and the United States, Helen Fry provides a significant reassessment of MI9's wartime role. Central to its success were figures such as Airey Neave, Jimmy Langley, Sam Derry, and Mary Lindell - one of only a few women parachuted into enemy territory for MI9.
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352 pages : illustrations (black and white), map (black and white) ; 20 cm
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