Just read a very interesting book on the "Angel of Mons". During the opening months of WW1 whilst the war was still fluid, before the stalemate of the trenches, the British Expeditionary Force fought a costly rearguard action against advancing German troops. Afterwards reports circulated that an Angel, or St George on a white Charger had appeared, and had turned the tide of the battle, saving British Troops from annihilation. Hundreds of soldiers swore to having seen visions of angels and reports of the phenomena, no doubt fuelled by the war office happy to convince people that God was on our side, were widely circulated at the time. My question is, have there been any more recent accounts of supernatural intervention in recent conflicts or was it all driven by beliefs in an age where the existance of God was accepted as fact rather than a possibility?