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Student radicals and Crete in WWII

Esmée Hanna explores the 1960s wave of student protests, while Rick Stroud describes an audacious kidnap attempt in Nazi-occupied Crete.

Published: December 11, 2014 at 1:21 pm
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Esmée Hanna explores the wave of protests that took place in a number of British universities in the 1960s. Meanwhile, Rick Stroud tells the story of the audacious kidnap of a Nazi general in Crete during the Second World War and describes the role of British agents in the adventure.

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