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Special Operations Executive (SOE)

Special Operations Executive (SOE) Special Operations Executive (SOE)
Inscription

City of Westminster
SOE, 1940 - 1946. This was the HQ of the Special Operations Executive, a secret service which support resistance in all enemy-occupied countries.
The Portman Estate
Special Operations Executive (SOE)

See Musee de la Resistance for more information on this plaque (in French).

Site: Special Operations Executive (SOE) (1 memorial)

W1, Baker Street, 64

SOE moved into this address on 31 October 1940 and eventually occupied many of the buildings in Baker Street.

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Special Operations Executive (SOE)

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