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At the SOE, Dorothy Baden-Powell was engaged in sending saboteurs into occupied Norway and debriefing them on their return to London. After spending a year and a half with the SOE, she was given an assignment in the WRNS to try to break a ring of enemy spies. They were based on HMS Raleigh and were sending information to Germany about the movements of British warships from nearly every port in the United Kingdom.
Finally, she uncovered an enemy agent, and by a combination of bravery, sheer determination and luck, succeeded in having him captured. With her assignment successfully completed she gladly returned to her job with the SOE.
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Dorothy Baden-Powell was born in 1920, a great granddaughter of Christian Salvesen, founder of Christian Salvesen, PLC. She was in Norway when the war broke out in 1939 and returned to England. She served in the Finnish legation during the Russo-Finnish War. She later moved to the Foreign Office, where she worked in the German section of the Political Intelligence Department, and was transferred from there to the Special Operations Executive in July 1940. Towards the end of 1941 she was seconded to the WRNS. She now divides her time between London and Ireland. She has four children and ten grandchildren. Hale also published her earlier books Pimpernel Gold and Operation Jupiter.
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Book Description Reminiscence Large Print, 2006. Condition: Good. Lrg. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP79384729