One of the more (in)famous examples was on Crete leading up to Paddy fermor's kidnapping of Gen. Kriepe; Mickey Akoumianakis, "our man in Heraklion" and head of the Andartes' intelligence service, had an affair with the General's driver, even to the extent of spending a night with the driver in his room at the General's residence, the Villa Ariadne! Of course....he obtained full details of the General's daily itinerary
Although he thought he had extracted a promise that the driver wouldn't be harmed as a result of the kidnapping, and just held for a couple of days then released - to preserve the illusion that it was a British commando operation Fermor ordered that the driver's throat be cut. This caused a degree of bad feeling between the two men that lasted until after the war, but by the time they met again on the set of "Ill Met By Moonlight" in the south of France in the 1950s they were reconciled.
"Charming's a special town - not many folks take to it. I like to think the town chooses its occupants. Right ones stay, wrong ones...disappear."