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During WW2, my mother was an agent for the Chinese government. Her cover was as a interpreter for the Japanese Military Police in Hong Kong, and she apparently had an alias as "Molly Wong." During the occupation, she ran supplies into POW camps and so on, and at the end of the war received a letter of commendation from the allied forces. All under the name of Molly Wong. Not her real name though. I don't know what other aliases she used.
She passed away a little over 20 years ago now. And whatever her own personal history and documents she had, they are gone. I wish I had tried to know more about her role in WW2. Makes research about Hong Kong harder too, since I no longer live there.
Does anyone here have any leads for me? Maybe websites, etc that I can go to in order to try to find out more about her? Any help is appreciated.
Thanks in advance.