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Old 4th January 2019, 10:15
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Re: Penetrating German airspace pre-war 1939

It sounds as if someone's plotting a novel here —shades of "The Eagle Has Landed" (Jack Higgins) plus Geoffrey Household's "Rogue Male" and "Rogue Justice". For the nuts and bolts of getting around pre-war Europe by clandestine means, I'd recommend reading some of Alan Furst's novels (which in turn owe something to Eric Ambler's work).
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Re: Penetrating German airspace pre-war 1939

The dutch part is quite real.
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The dutch part is quite real.
As were Sidney Cotton's pre-war photographic flights over Germany on behalf of MI6.
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As were Sidney Cotton's pre-war photographic flights over Germany on behalf of MI6.
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I have been reading this thread and wondering if anyone was ever going to mention those
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