Spy vs Spy Week

Cross; Double Cross

When you start reading some historical accounts of espionage and counter-espionage, you start to realize that Great Britain is a master of the craft. Going all the way back to Elizabeth I and probably before, the Brits had developed a large network of spies and perfected the art of running spies. This skill proved very useful during the dark days of World War 2.
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Stealth Week

A Bodyguard of Lies

Winston Churchill once said to Stalin, “In wartime, truth is so precious that she should always be attended by a bodyguard of lies.” That attitude was the driving force behind one of the largest deception operations in the history of war, and lent its name of Operation Bodyguard. Continue reading A Bodyguard of Lies