Noor Inayat Khan
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Memorial for 'Spy Princess' Noor Inayat Khan unveiled

During World War II an Indian princess with interests in music and drama led a double life as a secret agent.

Princess Noor Inayat Khan risked her life to go behind enemy lines and was parachuted into occupied France.

She was tortured and starved by her captors for 10 months before being shot without revealing any secrets

Now a memorial is to be unveiled in a London square.

Robert Hall reports.

  • 08 Nov 2012
  • From the section UK
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