I had to go and look at a job today in Stourbridge (Black Country, West Mids) not far from one of the parks. After I got chatting to the guy I was seeing, it turned out that we were both ex squaddies and he mentioned to me that there was a plaque to Maj Foley at the entrance to the park and that I should go take a look. So, off I went and looked and following that did a Google on him when I got home. Turns out that as well as being a member of SIS and a previous WW1 veteran, he is also on the " Righteous Among the Nations" list as created by the Jews, the same list that Schindler is on. Have looked him up on t' interweb but, although he has many, many links, there doesn't seem to be that much info on how he actually saved the thousands that he did outside of the general info of using his diplomatic status to do so. More interestingly, according to Wiki (although I do tend to take with a pinch of salt everything that is on there), there is a planned film but there are quote "critics of the project that maintain it may pose a threat to National Security" unquote. Surely anything of this nature that happened over 60 years ago could not possibly constitute a "threat to national security" Just wondered if any of you esteemed historians out there had any real info on this man as I'd love to find out more about him and more importantly, would love to find out why his story is still classed by some as a security threat.