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WWII spy files reveal Nazi secrets

Secret MI5 files have been released that reveal an unusual liaison between a British teenager and a Gestapo officer in Paris in the 1940s.

The files also shed new light on how the writer PG Wodehouse came to broadcast from Germany during World War II.

The author, best known for creating Jeeves and Wooster, made a series of infamous radio broadcasts for the Nazis.

Gordon Corera reports.

  • 26 Aug 2011
  • From the section UK
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