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  • Paul McCue

    Off at a tangent, here, but the Hotel de la Calandre (as photographed by your father) was an impotant ‘letter box’ during WW2 for a circuit of Britain’s Special Operations Executive (SOE). One of SOE French Section’s most successful and courageous agents, Andre Dubois, used the place. The owners, the Braults, were eventually arrested by the Germans. Dubois’s daughter is still alive (he was executed by the Germans) and is coming to England in September – would you mind if I let her have a copy?

    Paul McCue

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