Constance Babington Smith

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Constance Babington Smith, MBE (1912-2000) was, in the Second World War and subsequently for historical research, imagery intelligence interpreter who made key discoveries of German advanced weapons, most notably the V-1 and Me-262 fighter. After the war, she also became a biographer and Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.[1]

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