Virginia Hall Was America’s Most Successful Female WWII Spy. But She Was Almost Kept From Serving

Released Wednesday, 10th April 2019
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When Gina Haspel became the first female director of the CIA in 2018, she talked of how she had stood “on the shoulders of heroines who never sought public acclaim.” She was “deeply indebted,” she said, to women who had served the agency and its wartime predecessor the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) for making her appointment possible by challenging stereotypes and breaking down barriers.

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