The lesson plans explore the different areas of the secret war and how this impacted upon the wider conduct of the war. There is a particular focus on the role of women and the use of oral history. Click below if you want to know how we can engage your students.
Now 70 of the men and women involved in this secretive world share their stories in an educational project that highlight this work. From Baker Steet to Broadcasting house, to delivering agents into Nazi occupied Europe and then getting them out again, their personal stories will surprise, shock and inspire a new generation of young historians.
Click on the image above to view our GCSE lesson plans. These interactive teaching resources feature discussion points, pupil activities and British veterans reflecting on their time serving Korea.
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“We were just given sheets of paper with long lists of numbers on it. And we had to go through all these numbers in the list and we had to extract the sections which were headed with the code for England.”
“at Norfolk house they divided the place into floors. The Navy was on one floor, the Airforce on another and the Army on another.”
“No-one had managed to do it. The Germans believed it totally impossible. And that's the same mistake they made with Huf Duf as they did with Enigma. They said it couldn't be broken...”