I wonder if she snapped any necks with those man-hands of hers.
The full secret comes out Thursday, all of the names and previously classified files identifying nearly 24,000 spies who formed the first centralized intelligence effort by the United States. The National Archives, which this week released a list of the names found in the records, will make available for the first time all 750,000 pages identifying the vast spy network of military and civilian operatives.
Some of the other operatives named were already well-known to have worked for U.S. intelligence, such as Kermit Roosevelt, Moe Berg and Miles Copeland.
The list also includes Sterling Hayden. Heh, how could a guy like that not have worked for the OSS? No big surprise there.
But Julia Child . . . ? My esteem for her has gone up immensely. If this doesn't turn out to be some kind of prank, that is.
P.S. For me, this was like learning that Ray Rayner helped plan The Great Escape. Will wonders never cease?