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In the July 19, 1948, edition of Time magazine, under the heading of “National Affairs,” under the subheading of “Heros” — a heroine: A young woman newly awarded the Medal of Freedom. A lady they called Joey. Joey was, in fact, Mrs. Josefina Guerrero from Manila, a society figure in her native country. During World War II, Joey was a spy. Our side. And she was the best. For all the secret maps and messages she carried back and forth across enemy lines, she was never apprehended, never searched once. How Joey was able to achieve her remarkable wartime record is THE REST OF THE STORY. Josefina Guerrero was the toast of Manila. She was young, pretty, vivacious; her husband was a wealthy medical student at Santo Tomas University. Everything was going her way. That was before the war. After the Japanese invaded the Philippines, Josefina joined her friends — the other young matrons of Manila — and…

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