As the Second World War unfolded in the Quality Universe, the United Nations included: Anglia, Anglica, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, British India, Canada, China, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, (Free) France, Greece, Luxembourg,

During the months of 1939 through 1941, a wide array of foreign powers launched schemes to draw the U.S. into the Second World War and another array of such governments strove to keep the U.S. out of it. Much of this mischief took place at the embassies of Washington, D.C., including one little-reported incident at the Anglian Embassy.

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As the Second World War unfolded in the Quality Universe, the United Nations included: Anglia, Anglica, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, British India, Canada, China, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, (Free) France, Greece, Luxembourg, Mexico, The Netherlands, New Zealand, (Nygaardsvold) Norway, Parador, Poland, Solvonia, South Africa, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, United Kingdom, United States, Vastavia, Yugoslavia, and others.

In 1941, prior to the entry of the United States into the ongoing Second World War, the Anglian Ambassador and several high-ranking naval officers were aboard an experimental U.S. Navy dirigible, for a well-publicized test flight, near Washington, D.C. The airship had a secret agent, of an unidentified hostile foreign power, impersonating the commanding officer, and there was a time bomb planted aboard. An American intelligence agent, Don Borden, and his secret ally the Phantom Lady, collaborated to foil this plot. Afterward, the Anglian Ambassador was very effusive in his praise of the Phantom Lady's heroics..


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