In this issue Guy Bowers has been so kind as to include a brand new company for IHMN written by Charles and I, namely: The Secret Service Bureau, Grey Section.
“The British Government publicly denies the use of secret intelligence, calling spying “the acts of desperate and dishonourable men”. However, behind the oaken doors of the Foreign Office, wiser heads prevail. In the face of the creation and expansion of foreign intelligence services and secret police forces, the Heads of the War, Foreign and Home Offices met in 1881 and formed the Secret Service Bureau.”
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