WWII Heroine Eileen Nearne was not “Suitable” to be Spy

Posted by admin on Oct 29, 2010

Newly released documents about World War II heroine Eileen Nearne reveal she was assessed as “scatter-brained” just two months before she was dropped behind enemy lines in Paris. Previously classified documents show she was not ready for the dangerous spy work she was sent to do.

The story of Miss Nearne’s amazing bravery only emerged following her recent death in Torquay, aged 89.

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