The Daring Undercover Spy Missions In Occupied France | A Most Secret Service

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Here we expore the clandestine secret service of WW2. Hugh Verity was a night flight pilot in WWII until 1942 when he volunteered for RAF special duties and became involved in one of the most extraordinary and effective operations of the secret war – flying from Englands Sussex coast in a single-engine Lysander aircraft and landing in German occupied France delivering and collecting agents of the French Resistance in absolute secrecy – by the light of the moon. This is the story of those secret missions by moonlight. Between 1941-44 Diana Viscomtesse de Rosso moved in the shadowy world of secret agents and secret information as a private courier for two of the most powerful spymasters of World War Two

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