British officers including Cyril Wild (left, carrying the white flag) arrive to surrender Singapore to the Japanese on February 15, 1942.
Jason Wordie
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Then & Now by Jason Wordie

Spies of Stonecutters Island: the eccentric boffins who ran Hong Kong’s pre-war listening post

Japanese linguist Cyril Wild and Anglo-Irish poet and translator Arthur Cooper helped monitor signal traffic throughout the Pacific from Allied wireless facilities in Hong Kong and Singapore

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British officers including Cyril Wild (left, carrying the white flag) arrive to surrender Singapore to the Japanese on February 15, 1942.
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