I quite agree that there should be nothing wrong with some sort of marker; he was an important man in history and should be remembered accordingly, no matter that he was from the other side.
If he'd been that brave he'd have shot Hitler in the head.
Apollo wrote:its real use as an internment or detention camp for agents that could not be let loose in in public. They were not prisoners as such, but individuals who had failed or dropped out of training for a secret operation, and could not be allowed to return to public life while they information they had in their heads was still classified as secret.
Toby Dammit wrote:Sounds a helluva lot like a certain TV series that starred Patrick McGoohan in the 1960's (and I don't mean DANGER MAN).
Apollo wrote:Would it surprise you to learn that PMG's buddy, George Markstein, was a WWII journalist, with British Intelligence connections
Apollo wrote:I doubt the censors would have allowed the media to dream up a story that didn't accord with their wishes at the time.
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