SATURDAY AT M.I.9 The Classic Account of the WW2 Allied Escape Organisation

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Easter Sale: £3.99

Airey Neave was the first British POW to make a ‘home run’ from Colditz Castle. On his return he joined M.I.9 adopting the code name Saturday, he recounts the story of the resistance in France and the low countries supported by Room 900 of the SOE. His life was tragically cut short by the IRA who assassinated him in 1979 when he was one of Margaret Thatcher’s closest political allies.

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