During 1944 both Prime Minister Winston Churchill and General Eisenhower were known to have visited Hurley staying at the famous 12th Century guest house, the Olde Bell Inn. On the High Street opposite, is located Hurley Manor House, the headquarters of OSS Station VICTOR, where various accommodation buildings were built in the grounds to house the communication specialists. The signals office and receiving site was constructed up on Ashley Hill overlooking the village whilst its transmitters and masts were constructed two miles away above the village of Bisham.
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