Dr Helen Fry describes the elaborate and brilliant World War II intelligence operation which tricked Hitler’s generals into giving away vital Nazi secrets as she explains the inner workings of the bugging operation that went on at Trent Park. On arrival at stately-homes like Trent Park, Latimer House and Wilton Park, high ranking German Generals and commanders were given a phoney interrogation. They were then treated as guests, wined and dined at exclusive clubs, and encouraged to talk amongst themselves. totally unaware they were being listened to. The Allies were then able to access some of Hitler’s most closely guarded secrets – and from those most entrusted to protect them.