The Life of Vera Atkins, the Greatest Female Secret Agent of World War IIBook - 2007
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British spy recruited at the age of
twenty-five by a legendary
spymaster worked within Churchill's intelligence
agency to provide pivotal work for Allied forces.
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Vera could not be tripped up. Her authority was hidden. She relied greatly on personal connections. She had coaxed a sympathetic squadron leader to lend her an RAF rescue boat to plant Rolande Colas on her first mission. The girl had made her way from the coast to Paris to discuss the raising of resistance armies, and returned to rendezvous with the boat at a set time. The twelve-day operation netted hard and current facts that otherwise would have been difficult to glean.
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