SABOTAGE, SPYING AND SUBVERSION

Virginia Hall is one of the most decorated Allied spies you’ve probably never heard of. Fiona Keating examines the wartime exploits of this extraordinary SOE operative

The French Resistance leaders of World War Two called her ‘la dame qui boite’ or ‘the limping lady’. To the Gestapo, she was known as Artemis, one of the most dangerous spies for the British in occupied France.

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