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How Silk Stockings Almost Scuppered Adolf Hitler's Defeat

The threats of a Spanish spy’s wife who longed for home comforts and a decent meal almost blew the cover of Britain’s most important double-agent, newly declassified documents have revealed.   Juan Pujol Garcia, codenamed Agent Garbo by MI5, was a Spanish national living in the London suburb of Harrow during the Second World War. From there, he ran a network of fictitious sub-agents sending back a steady stream of false intelligence reports to his German spymasters.
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