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An incredibly rare wartime secret suitcase radio used by brave resistance fighters and just like the one featured on BBC's 'Allo Allo! has been discovered after 74 years.<br />
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The transmitter and receiver radio hidden inside a normal travelling case was built by the British for their Special Operations Executive (SOE) operatives to use behind enemy lines in World War II.<br />
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It was bought at a flea marker for just 100 euros by a British collector and is now being sold by C&T Auctions of Rochester, Kent, for £3,000.