In August I posted “The Brave Message Writers of Occupied Europe-WW2.” It includes 28 documents from the The National Archives, London, created between 1941-1944. The messages were delivered by pigeons. These people risked their lives because sending a message with a pigeon was a crime punishable by death under the German occupation. Here is the link for the blog: http://worldwar2militaryintelligence.blogspot.com/ If you know anyone who is interested in World War II history, they may enjoy seeing these documents from the war. Most recent post is 1943 correspondence reveals use of pigeons in Operation Cockade. Other posts from August are: Docs from WW2 reveal German Secret Service use of pigeons Germans drop decoy pigeons to combat threat of intelligence delivered by British pigeons. All of the images on the blog are reproduced by courtesy of The National Archives, London, UK.