The British Empire Study Group hosts Propaganda Stamps and Espionage Currency – Part 2 webinar tonight

The British Empire Study Group is offering tonight part two of its webinar series entitled, Propaganda Stamps and Espionage Currency – Part 2 Operation Cornflakes and beyond. Presented by Ken Pugh with special guest Herbert Friedman, the webinar starts at 6 pm EST.

The study group says the free webinar is open to anyone who would like to attend.

To register, click here.


“If I told you, I have to kill you.” is a true story about economic espionage, spying, propaganda, conspiracy and murder during and after the Second World War. Taking the title from a movie, the words were true – If you told anyone, or deemed to know too much, you were either imprisoned by the Allies or executed by the Axis. Secrets, secrets, secrets – Shhhh … don’t tell anyone!

Retired educator, Ken Pugh to host webinar with special guest Herbert Friedman.


A retired educator, Ken taught grade school for 39 years in Manitoba and BC, Canada. He also taught at four universities – courses in education, anthropology, palaeontology and photography, and received honours from the Prime Minister of Canada and Queen Elizabeth II for his innovative teaching style.

He currently is the author of 32 references on BNA forgeries and spends his spare time (what little there is) hunting for and researching fossils.


Sergeant Major Herbert A. Friedman will be a special guest on part two of Propaganda Stamps and Espionage Currency – Operation Cornflakes and beyond.

Sergeant Major Herbert A. Friedman was discharged in 1995 after 26 years of honorable service. He has held numerous positions in the military, holds three military occupational specialties, several special skills identifiers, and is an honor graduate of the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy (as of 2018, the Non-commissioned Officer’s Leadership Center of Excellence) at Ft. Bliss, Texas.

SGM Friedman constantly researches and writes about psychological operations. He currently has over one hundred and eighty articles published on various sites on the Internet such as and He is always willing to lend his expertise to any project on that subject.

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