Britain's first female second world war spy honoured in west London

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Britain's first female second world war spy honoured in west London

A statue of Britain's first female, Second World War agent, has been unveiled in west London. Krystyna Skarbek was a key part of the allied war effort, and at one point considered to be Winston Churchill's favorite spy. She's now been honoured with a bronze bust at the Polish Hearth Club in South Kensington.

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