A spy lands on a beach near a casino and strips off his wetsuit to reveal a smart tuxedo. Intelligence agents experiment with using bodily fluid as invisible ink to write secret letters.
Sound like extracts from a James Bond novel? In fact they’re real-life examples of spycraft revealed for the first time in a new authorised history of Britain’s foreign intelligence service MI6 from 1909 to 1949.
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