By Nick van der Bijl
The various nature of those items illuminates a characteristic of British army operations that's infrequently mentioned, regardless of having been often confirmed to be an important to their luck. wisdom provides energy to the Arm – the Intelligence Corps motto.
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British Military Intelligence: Objects from the Military Intelligence Museum by Nick van der Bijl