which could not have been soe well effected without his helpe."
Most agents in occupied Europe made mistakes when using SOE's double transposition ciphers which were difficult to use, especially in the field.
garbled messages would be decoded by specialist staff at SOE's Baker Street headquarters.
To the SOE, the Lysander was known as the ' scarlet pimpernel of the air ' .
The new GroupWise Windows client version will be delivered with SOE v3 or as a point release for those using previous SOE versions.
Soe that blew rays suffer a greater refraction then red ones.
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