There was a “D-day (June 6) crossword panic of 1944” in which,…

There was a “D-day (June 6) crossword panic of 1944” in which, during the 35 days before the invasion, five obscure, top-secret code words appeared in the Daily Telegraph’s puzzles. The words “Utah,” “Omaha,” “Overlord,” “Mulberry,” and “Neptune” triggered a British Intelligence MI5 investigation.

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