Frank Hall

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Frank Hall was the military secretary of the Ulster Volunteer Force before the First World War, during which he became MI5's main Irish expert.[1]

Following the incorporation of the UVF into the British Army on the outbreak of war, Hall was offered 'a job in Military Intelligence by a top Army Unionist', according to writer Jeff Dudgeon.[2]

Notes

  1. Andrew, Christopher; Defence of the Realm, The Authorized History of MI5, Allen Lane, 2009, p.87.
  2. Jeff Dudgeon, UVF and MI5: the double life of Q, Belfast Telegraph, archived at Ulster-Scots and Irish Unionist Resource, accessed 1 August 2017.