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The story of the world's most successful real-life spy who lies in Newark Cemetery

One of the main reasons the D-Day landings at Normandy of June, 1944, were so successful was because Adolf Hitler and his commanders were fooled into believing the Allies would land elsewhere.

Double agent Roman Czerniawski, codenamed Brutus by British Intelligence and Hubert by the Germans, made the biggest contribution in tricking Hitler.

Czerniawski is regarded by many military historians as the greatest real-life spy of all time.

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