During the Second World War Britain was so short of vital coal supplies and coal miners that the authorities offered ex miners in the armed forces the opportunity to return to mining. This offer was a failure, so conscription was introduced. At 18, fit young men, chosen by ballot, were conscripted for underground coal mining and became what were known as Bevin Boys, named after Ernest Bevin the
This carefully researched novel tells of a group of Freemasons who became a ‘Triangle’ in the French Resistance in WWII, performing intelligence activities and other tasks facilitating Operation Dragoon, the Allied invasion of southern France. Their adventures reveal little known aspects of history and Freemasonry.