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The D-Day landings were a triumph of Anglo-American co-operation, the largest seaborne invasion in history. Success hung on meticulous planning, detailed intelligence and, above all, total secrecy. All the key aspects of the operation were referred to by codewords.
In the weeks leading up to D-Day Leonard Dawe, a British crossword compiler, used five of the most important codewords as answers to his puzzles in the British Daily Telegraph. When 'Mulberry', the final answer, appeared Dawe was arrested by MI5. They interrogated him for three days.
Dawe was not a spy. He knew nothing. The codewords' appearance in the newspaper was pure coincidence. MI5 acknowledged Dawe's innocence and released him. D-Day's secrecy was never compromised. The 'obvious' answer was the wrong answer.
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