Following the feature in The Whistler Oct/Nov issue about the Brighton-born SOE (Special Operations Executive) agents, in November I went to the grand unveiling ceremony organised by The Secret WW2 Learning Network. The great and the good of Brighton & Hove gathered at the Corn Exchange, with serving representatives from the army, veterans, past and present councillors, together with diplomats from the French and Italian London embassies. Continue reading Carve their Names – update
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Carve their Names with Pride
In the last edition of The Whistler, we ran an article entitled West Hill Born Secret Agent Remembered. Now, there are more details to share of the celebrations that will take place to remember Lt Jacqueline Nearne and her fellow officers.
The Secret WW2 Learning Network and its partners, including the University of Sussex, will be at
Brighton Dome Corn Exchange at 11am on Saturday 12 November 2016
for the official ‘grand reveal’ of four blue plaques in memory of four Brighton-born WW2 secret agents of the Special Operations Executive (SOE). Continue reading Carve their Names with Pride