From Daily Mail:
Former British wartime spy, 93, is finally recognised for her part in liberating France from Nazi occupation after decades spent keeping her wartime service a secret
By Stephanie Linning
23 November 2014
A former British wartime spy will this week be recognised for her part in liberating France from Nazi occupation - 70 years after she was parachuted behind enemy lines.
Phyllis Latour Doyle spent years gathering information on German positions and risked her life to send 135 coded messages back to Britain before the country's 1944 liberation.
For decades, the 93-year-old kept her heroic actions secret - only telling her four children about her wartime service 15 years ago.
But Mrs Doyle, who now lives quietly in New Zealand, will be publicly recognised for her service when she receives the Legion of Honour, France's highest decoration, on Tuesday.
It will be presented but the French ambassador to New Zealand as part of the commemorations for the 70th anniversary of the battle of Normandy....
From The Telegraph: Wartime spy finally accepts she is a French heroine