NATICK — A letter recently discovered by a reference librarian in a dusty file drawer revealed secrets of a covert US operation behind enemy lines in Italy in 1944 — intended to destroy a German railroad tunnel — that failed and led to the execution of an Army sergeant and Natick native and his 14 colleagues under command of the Office of Strategic Services, America’s first intelligence agency
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