|Camp X Historical Society|
|Education Through The Preservation of History|
|MEMBERSHIP||BRITISH SECURITY COORDINATION|
|CONTACT||SPECIAL OPERATIONS EXECUTIVE|
|MUSEUM||OFFICE OF STRATEGIC SERVICES|
The Camp X Historical Society was established in recognition of the courageous men and women who served in the British Security Coordination (BSC), Special Operations Executive (SOE), and the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) - those men and women who were trained in subversive warfare and covert techniques, those who fought behind enemy lines, who lived in the shadows, or who served at Camp X. The Society, established in November 1998, is a registered not-for-profit (charitable) Historical Society within the Province of Ontario, Canada. The Society’s primary mandate is conducting research for the purpose of documenting the Camp’s history, the conservation of artifacts, and community education. The Society spends a considerable amount of time and resources working with veteran agents and former Camp X staff and instructors in an effort to document and catalogue properly their experiences for historical research purposes and to preserve the memory of the Camp for future generations.