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'''Sydney "Bill" Morrell''' was a British journalist and advertising executive. During World War Two he worked for [[British Security Coordination]] and the [[Special Operations Executive]] under the cover symbol G.101.<ref>Thomas E. Mahl, Desperate Deception: British Covert Operations in the United States 1939-44, Brassey's, 1999, p.197.</ref>
 
'''Sydney "Bill" Morrell''' was a British journalist and advertising executive. During World War Two he worked for [[British Security Coordination]] and the [[Special Operations Executive]] under the cover symbol G.101.<ref>Thomas E. Mahl, Desperate Deception: British Covert Operations in the United States 1939-44, Brassey's, 1999, p.197.</ref>
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He became a [[journalist]] who worked for the ''[[Daily Mirror]]'' and the ''[[Daily Express]]''. He became the newspaper's European correspondent.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 05:47, 15 October 2016

Person.png Sydney Morrell SpartacusRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(journalist, spook)
Born1912
Died1985 (Age 72)

Sydney "Bill" Morrell was a British journalist and advertising executive. During World War Two he worked for British Security Coordination and the Special Operations Executive under the cover symbol G.101.[1]

Career

He became a journalist who worked for the Daily Mirror and the Daily Express. He became the newspaper's European correspondent.

Affiliations

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References

  1. Thomas E. Mahl, Desperate Deception: British Covert Operations in the United States 1939-44, Brassey's, 1999, p.197.


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