Jean Overton Fuller
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Who is Jean Overton Fuller?
Jean Overton Fuller was a British author best known for her book Madeleine, the story of Noor Inayat Khan, an Allied SOE agent during the Second World War..
- born on (100 years ago) in United Kingdom
- nationality: United Kingdom
- died on (6 years ago)
- written works: "Sir Francis Bacon", "The German Penetration of SOE", "Sickert and the Ripper crimes", "The Magical Dilemma of Victor Neuburg", "Cats and Other Immortals", "Espionage as a Fine Art by Henry Dericourt", "The Comte De Saint-Germain", "Conversations with a captor", "Double webs", "Darun and Pitar", "Blavatsky and Her Teachers", "Francis Bacon, a biography", "No. 13, Bob", "Cyril Scott and a Hidden School", "Dericourt", "The norn", "The Starr Affair"
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by Glenmore S. Trenear-Harvey
Nevertheless, SOE's F Section came under sustained attack by several authors, including Jean Overton Fuller, which brought Harold Macmillan's government under pressure to answer the criticism by authorizing an official historian to compile a history based on the surviving archives. Far from serving to dampen the flames of controversy, Professor M. R. D. Foot's SOE in France only ignited further outrage over the organization's competence by documenting each tragic stage of the ...
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