M.E. Clifton-James

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Meyrick Edward Clifton James (1898, Perth, Western Australia, Australia – 8 May 1963, Worthing, Sussex, England) was an actor and soldier, notable for his resemblance to Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery. This was used by British intelligence as part of a deception campaign during World War II.

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Age: No data found
Died: 8 May, 1963, Place of Death
Height: Height unknown
Nationality: Australian
Claim to Fame: One line executive summary

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1958 Hell, Heaven or Hoboken Himself, General Montgomery
1948 Blanche Fury Prison Governor
1948 The Calendar Car Driver at Petrol Station
1958 Hell, Heaven or Hoboken book

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