Dorothy Lengyel

Dorothy Lengyel was an Englishwoman in
World War II Budapest. Her husband was a
Hungarian judge.

In the early 1940s, she arranged a meeting
in which
Gabor Haraszty, head SIS agent in
Budapest, was asked to oversee a large sum
consisting of gold napoleons and U.S. dollars,
which was "from the Swedes." It was handed
to him by
Clement (Klement), who was also
present. This was the infamous "Swedish Gold,"
which would bring tragedy to all the British agents
linked to it ...

Source: Swedish Gold (2011)
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