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Jane Horney was a multifaceted adventurer who is best known for having been a spy during the Second World War. Jane Horney was an only child until she was eight years old when her brother Johan was born in Three years afterwards her baby sister Britt-Marie was born. The family often travelled to Copenhagen to visit relatives there. Jane Horney was a clever pupil who was both curious and keen to learn. Her London period became rather more eventful than her parents had imagined it would be.
Her parents had her sent home to Sweden. Jane Horney finished school without gaining her school-leaving certificate and then returned to live with her parents in Stockholm. She spent a period of time in Copenhagen.
In she took a job onboard the Svenska Amerika Linien vessel Drottningholm, working as a cabin maid on the Gothenburg to New York passages. In the opportunity arose for Jane Horney to an expedition to Greenland. However, after the fourth trip she ed off on Greenland, where she then lived for six months.
During this time she hunted polar bears and travelled across the ice by dog-powered sleigh to Canada.
She documented her time in Greenland by taking a lot of photographs and writing a lot of letters. Once she had returned home she produced several reports on Greenland horney wife which she then sold to the Stockholms-Tidningen newspaper. The two of them entered into a relationship and subsequently married on 27 December Herje Granberg was 15 years her senior and had a large network of contacts within the inner circles of the Stockholm cultural sphere. She also began to train as a nurse, although she quickly tired of this and dropped it after two months. In Jane Horney travelled to then occupied Denmark were she undertook interviews on behalf of her husband.
She also helped him by providing images for various reports. In Herje Granberg was invited to become the Berlin correspondent for the Aftonbladet newspaper and Jane Horney went with him. Their social circle included both those who were critical of the leading regime as well as Nazis and several journalists from across the globe. Many Danish journalists attended this club and it has subsequently been revealed that the anti-Nazis among them viewed Jane Horney with suspicion.
The two of them became friends. Later on, inwhen Jane Horney registered her intention to become an agent for the Swedish secret police, she took a job at Skandinavisk Telegrambureau in order to report to the Swedes on German activities in Denmark.
Jane Horney had several contacts within the resistance in Denmark. He worked in the textile industry and the two of them became lovers. The Danish resistance took a very suspicious view of these visits which they then added to their list of her alleged crimes against the Danish people. More and more members of the resistance became convinced that she was a traitor who was working for the Germans. Newspaper articles were also published which singled her out as a spy. Jane Horney, who was at the time in Germany seeking to obtain the release of Danish prisoners from the Theresienstadt concentration camp, was extremely upset by these developments and travelled home to Sweden to defend herself in the local press.
The Swedish secret police had a list of the Danish accusations levelled against Jane Horney and they took her in for an interrogation in Stockholm on 28 September The questioning carried on until 14 October, by which point the Swedish secret police were convinced she was innocent. Nils Bjarke Schou, captain of the Danish intelligence agency in exile, obtained a copy of the report which absolved Jane Horney of all accusations. The matter was considered closed. The Danish resistance movement, however, took the opposite view and prepared Greenland horney wife have Jane Horney assassinated.
In August they sent their most efficient assassin, Bent Faurschou-Hviid, to eliminate her but at the very last moment his mission was aborted. In Januaryhowever, another plan to kill her was put in motion. Speculation as to the exact events of the night between 19 and 20 January continues to this day. Hjalmar Ravnbo was most likely the person responsible for shooting Jane Horney, using two shots, once the vessel they were on entered international waters.
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