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False papers, cyanide ring, gas pen… in the secrets of General de Gaulle's spies

2022-06-23T09:49:48.155Z

Between 1940 and 1944, from London, General de Gaulle set up a network of secret agents grouped within the BCRA (Bureau central



“You will not have to film, record or give your name.

You can just take notes..." Before the press visit to the exhibition "The General's Secret Agents", open from June 23 at the Museum of the Order of the Liberation (Paris, VIIe), the instructions were also clear than unusual.

The circumstances too.

For the occasion, an agent of the French secret services, we will call him Monsieur X, agreed, as discreetly as possible, to play the role of guide for this event co-organized, again a rare event, by the DGSE (Direction générale de external security).

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Source: leparis

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