William Herbert Greene
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About Herbert Greene
Herbert Greene was the brother of Graham Greene (author), Hugh Greene (Director-General of the BBC) and Raymond Greene (mountaineer).
Herbert was a relatively little-known poet recruited in 1933 as a Japanese spy and now perhaps best remembered for leading a march at BBC Broadcasting House in protest against one of his brother's actions as Director-General.