When MI5 first set eyes upon him, Arthur Owens was breezily described as ‘an underfed Cardiff type’.
But the Welsh electrical engineer was a complex man who led an extraordinary life during World War II becoming Britain’s first double agent and helping to crack Germany’s Enigma military codes, a new book reveals.
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