World War II spy Arthur Staggs has 100th birthday

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A former World War II spy and saboteur is celebrating his 100th birthday.

Arthur Staggs trained as a wireless operator at Thame Park in Oxfordshire and destroyed Nazi supply lines in France.

He was captured by the Gestapo but did not break under torture, and when released he fought with the French Resistance.

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