The london cage the secret history of britains wwii interrogation centre helen fry yale university press 2017 244 pp photographs notes bibliography index reviewed by j r seeger in 1929 the great powers of europe met in geneva to address issues related to handling both prisoners and civilians during any future war. The london cage the secret history of britains world war ii interrogation centre. The london cage was the location for interrogation of prisoners thought to have important intelligence including captured spies and or pows who were noncompliant with pow regulations studies in intelligence vol 62 no 1 extracts march 2018 the london cage the secret history of britains wwii interrogation centre. The history of the london cage is controversial and even after 70 years many questions are unanswered helen frys book gives a cohesive picture of ww2 british military intelligence raising important questions about means and ends in wartime
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