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Philip JACKSON. A serving soldier, JACKSON was discovered in 1941 trying to contact the German Embassy in Dublin. Letters were sent to him as if from a German representative and meetings arranged. After the second of these, JACKSON was arrested and later court-martialledPF 63227 VOL 1

1941 Oct 05 - 1941 Nov 12
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The National Archives, Kew
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in its original department:   PF 63227 VOL 1
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Retained Until 2010
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26 August 2010

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