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Thomas Kendrick: MI6 spymaster who helped win WW2

Helen Fry discusses British intelligence officer Thomas Kendrick, who helped swing the Second World War in favour of the Allies

Published: December 22, 2021 at 12:20 pm
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Helen Fry speaks to Jon Bauckham about the remarkable life and career of Thomas Kendrick, an elusive MI6 intelligence officer who helped thousands of Jews escape Nazi-controlled Austria, before going on to mastermind the biggest Allied bugging operation of the Second World War.

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Helen Fry is the author of Spymaster: The Man Who Saved MI6 (Yale University Press, 2021)

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