Online: Female Spies in WWII, with Toni McKeen

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There were many women who did their part during World War II by serving as spies for their country. This lecture will cover two of the most famous. Nancy Wake, photo, known as the White Mouse, made the top of the list as the most wanted spy by the Nazi government because of her brave work. Toni McKeen will also talk about Tokyo Rose- was she really a spy for Japan, or a woman caught in unfortunate set of circumstances? You be the judge.

Toni McKeen is a frequent lecturer on many topics including genealogy, travel, architecture and notable people. To receive the Zoom link, please register below.


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