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Noor Inayat Khan - Taviton Street

Noor Inayat Khan - Taviton Street
Noor Inayat Khan - Taviton Street

Erection date: 28/8/2020

Inscription

Noor Inayat Khan, GC, 1914 - 1944, SOE agent, codename 'Madeleine', stayed here.
English Heritage

Site: Noor Inayat Khan - Taviton Street (1 memorial)

WC1, Taviton Street, 4

The Covid-19 pandemic meant the unveiling ceremony took place on Facebook.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Noor Inayat Khan - Taviton Street

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Special Operations Executive (SOE)

Spies, basically (but see below), working for the UK in WW2. Formed by Church...

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Noor Inayat Khan

WW2 spy and member of the French resistance.  A descendant of the 18th centur...

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