Dahl, Ogilvy, Fleming, Coward: Churchill's little dirty trick squad
March 3, 2014 8:06 PM Subscribe
As England was fighting for its life against the Nazis, the British government sent its most charming spies — including Roald Dahl, Ian Fleming, Noël Coward and David Ogilvy — to America to blackmail, bully and cajol the U.S. into the war effort. [They were part of a] British spy ring that operated in Washington, D.C., during World War II.
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