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Alexander Paterson Scotland OBE (1882–1965) was a British Army officer and intelligence officer. Scotland was noted for his work during and after World War II as commandant of the "London Cage", an MI19 prisoner of war facility that was subject to frequent allegations of torture. He wrote about this period in his 1957 book, The London Cage.

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  • Alexander Paterson Scotland OBE (1882–1965) was a British Army officer and intelligence officer. Scotland was noted for his work during and after World War II as commandant of the "London Cage", an MI19 prisoner of war facility that was subject to frequent allegations of torture. He wrote about this period in his 1957 book, The London Cage.
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