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Behind Enemy Lines: The Real Charlotte Grays

Film/Video

Behind Enemy Lines: The Real Charlotte Grays
Introduced by the director Jenny Morgan, 2002

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Wed, May 18, 2011 4 PM

Jenny Morgan's acclaimed documentary Behind Enemy Lines: The Real Charlotte Grays examines the SOE's (Special Operations Executive) female agents in Nazi-occupied France during World War II.

Four (of the then-surviving eight) women are featured in interviews, and two are movingly reunited with wartime comrades. The documentary was made for Britain's Channel 4. (52 mins., video)

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