Richard S. Wallington

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Mr. Dawe was a compiler of puzzles for the Daily Telegraph and it was often his practice to call in 6th formers and ask them for words for inclusion. At that time, the U.S. Forces were liberally strewn through Surrey, particularly in the Epsom area, and there is no doubt that boys heard these code words being bandied about and innocently passed them on.feedback
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Jun 06 2017
Richard S. Wallington has most recently been quoted in an article called How D-Day code words ended up in British crossword puzzles. Richard S. Wallington said, “Mr. Dawe was a compiler of puzzles for the Daily Telegraph and it was often his practice to call in 6th formers and ask them for words for inclusion. At that time, the U.S. Forces were liberally strewn through Surrey, particularly in the Epsom area, and there is no doubt that boys heard these code words being bandied about and innocently passed them on.”.
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