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Evidence in Camera The Story of Photographic Intelligence in the Second World War

The Sunday Times Constance Babington Smith who worked during the war with the Allied Central Interpretation Unit.

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Tells the story of the men and women who pioneered and fostered photographic intelligence and of the work they d.


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  1. says:

    Constance Babington Smith was an Royal Air Force RAF photo interpreter during the Second World War In 1957 she published this history of the unit which was reprinted in 1974 Although due to her sex she would not have been accepted in the RAF before the war her lack of military background was common among the photo interpre

  2. says:

    Now this is unusual a book of military history written by a woman who was right at the heart of one of the most exciting events during the Secon

  3. says:

    The memoir of British Flight Officer Constance Babington Smith a pioneer in the craft of aircraft and photograp