Frank Foley worked as Passport Control Officer in Berlin during World War II and help thousands of Jews escape from Germany. His post at the Passport Office was a front for is role as MI6 head of station. Despite having no diplomatic immunity, and risking arrest at any time, he went into the concentration camps to get Jews out, he hid them in his home and helped them get forged passports. One Jewish aid worker estimated that he saved tens of thousands of people from the holocaust. This book uncovers the story of an unknown British war hero and his tale of bravey.