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Lieutenant-Colonel Neil Loudon Desmond McLean DSO, known as Billy McLean (28 November 1918 – 17 November 1986), was a British Army intelligence officer and politician. During the World War II he worked for Special Operations Executive and was involved in clandestine missions in Ethiopia, China and particularly in Albania. In 1954 he served as a Unionist Member of Parliament for Inverness.

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  • Neil Loudon Desmond "Billy" McLean (28 novembre 1918 - 17 novembre 1986), est un militaire et homme politique écossais. Officier du SOE, ensuite agent du MI6 et lieutenant-colonel honoraire des Royal Scots Greys. Il est fait compagnon du Distinguished Service Order (DSO) en 1944.
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Neil Loudon Desmond McLean DSO, known as Billy McLean (28 November 1918 – 17 November 1986), was a British Army intelligence officer and politician. During the World War II he worked for Special Operations Executive and was involved in clandestine missions in Ethiopia, China and particularly in Albania. In 1954 he served as a Unionist Member of Parliament for Inverness.
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