Prince William, Duke of Cambridge visits Mary Stevens Park in Stourbridge where he unveils a new statue of Major Frank Foley CMG. An MI6 officer who served in both World Wars, Major Foley saved over 10,000 people from persecution in Germany during the 1920s and '30s. Foley's cover as a Passport Control Officer at the British Consulate in Berlin enabled him to provide visas to those who feared persecution under Nazi racial laws, and ultimately saved their lives. As a result of this act, Foley was recognised as one of the Righteous Among the Nations. Featuring: Prince William, William Duke of C

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Prince William, Duke of Cambridge visits Mary Stevens Park in Stourbridge where he unveils a new statue of Major Frank Foley CMG. An MI6 officer who served in both World Wars, Major Foley saved over 10,000 people from persecution in Germany during the 1920s and '30s. Foley's cover as a Passport Control Officer at the British Consulate in Berlin enabled him to provide visas to those who feared persecution under Nazi racial laws, and ultimately saved their lives. As a result of this act, Foley was recognised as one of the Righteous Among the Nations. Featuring: Prince William, William Duke of C
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Prince William, Duke of Cambridge visits Mary Stevens Park in Stourbridge where he unveils a new statue of Major Frank Foley CMG. An MI6 officer who served in both World Wars, Major Foley saved over 10,000 people from persecution in Germany during the 1920s and '30s. Foley's cover as a Passport Control Officer at the British Consulate in Berlin enabled him to provide visas to those who feared persecution under Nazi racial laws, and ultimately saved their lives. As a result of this act, Foley was recognised as one of the Righteous Among the Nations. Featuring: Prince William, William Duke of Cambridge Where: Stourbridge, United Kingdom When: 18 Sep 2018 Credit: John Rainford/WENN

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