A Taste for Treason
Glasite Hall | Free. Booking Required
Andrew Jeffrey, local author and historian, will tell us the dramatic untold story of how a Dundee housewife, Mary Curran, helped to take down a web of Nazi spies across Europe and beyond. One letter not only led to a spy hunt on both sides of the Atlantic but also to the imprisonment of Dundee's own spy - Jessie Jordan. Come along to find out the full story of both women and the effects they had on counter-espionage.
Andrew's new book 'A Taste for Treason: The letter that smashed a Nazi spy ring' details the full fascinating story.
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Please do not attend this talk if you are COVID-19 positive, awaiting a COVID-19 test result or are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms. You will be asked to confirm this on arrival. Hand sanitiser will be available throughout the venue. Chairs in the hall will be laid out in a socially distanced way.
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