Posted by RobinSelby on November 29, 2018 at 07:18:38 user RobinSelby.
In Reply to: Re: Least Favourite Character & Mr Farland! posted by wdmtgts on November 27, 2018 at 14:17:45:
The fact that Miss Huskisson’s forebear pushed her brother under the train is an important historical discovery, which sheds light on why the GA and Miss Huskisson were friends. Clearly they were kindred spirits.
The question what the GA, with all of Nancy’s force of character, did with her life can now be answered, though the documentation is still imperfect. Almost certainly she went to Belgium in August 1914 to drive an ambulance. Very soon she turned her energy and organisational ability into helping the flood of Belgian refugees. She provided invaluable assistance to a Belgian policeman with a luxuriant moustache, among many others. She was then talent-spotted for Room 41, where she applied her formidable intellect to decoding the Zimmermann Telegram. She was instrumental in proposing the plan to ‘Blinker’ Hall which helped to bring the US into the war.
In 1926 the famous author Agatha Christie disappeared for 11 days, and was ultimately found in Harrogate. It has long been unknown why she went to Harrogate. The truth can now be told. After the war the GA set up a refuge at Harrogate for young women with problems, where, with the benefit of the GA’s boundless compassion and counselling skills they came to terms with their problems and plotted a new path in life. The person who suggested that Agatha Christie should go to Harrogate was none other than the Belgian policeman.
So far all is clear, to anyone but the most carping critic. Miss Turner’s contributions to society deserve belated recognition.
Finally, I am beginning to suspect that there is something fishy about Colonel Thomas Jolys. I cannot find him in any genealogical database, so perhaps he was an impostor, and all the stuff about hero of many wars was just nonsense. The GA knew this, which is why he collapsed when she enigmatically suggested that his only acquaintance with military matters was toy trumpets.
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