On Saturday 12th November 2016 at Brighton Dome Corn Exchange

The Secret WW2 Learning Network and its partners hosted

the official ‘grand reveal’ of four blue plaques in memory of Brighton's Secret Agents

- four Brighton-born operatives of the WW2 secret service, the Special Operations Executive (SOE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      
 

This unique and very special all-day commemorative day had the theme
Carve Their Names With Pride
and was attended by approximately three hundred guests. The programme continued

during the afternoon with a unique book & film get-together for everyone who’s

been inspired by WW2's ‘secret warriors’ - with talks by special guests,

book signings and short films, plus a bookshop by CITY BOOKS and a café.

 

with very special thanks to

The Gerry Holdsworth Special Forces Charitable Trust

Capt Michael Trotobas
Lt Jacqueline Nearne MBE CdeG
Capt Ronald Taylor
Capt Edward Zeff MBE CdeG

 Admission to this all day event at Brighton Dome Corn Exchange was FREE, but by invitation only - click HERE to view the day's 

Audio-visual support by
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attendees thought of the event
Archive images courtesy of
The Richardson Collection
Displays created by
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The Secret WW2 Learning Network (aka 'Secret WW2')
is an educational charity registered in the UK  - a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO)
No. 1156796