World War Two spy's row with wife 'almost ruined D-Day'

World War Two spy's row with wife 'almost ruined D-Day'
 

A row between a spy and his wife almost compromised World War Two D-Day operations, secret MI5 files show.
Juan Pujol, who was codenamed Agent Garbo, had helped to convince the Nazis the landings would not take place in Normandy but in the Pas-de-Calais.
But after being confined to their London house to protect his identity, his wife threatened to go to the Spanish embassy in a row in June 1943.
She said she would tell all unless she was allowed to visit her mother.
Homesick The family was based in Harrow, north-west London, where Agent Garbo had a network of sub-agents sending false... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Regional, Views: 43
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