Source: Dinar Chronicles
While reading the book “TARGET PATTON” by Robert K. Wilcox, Copyright 2008, Paperback edition Published in 2014, ISBN 978-1-62157-291-6, Page 97, reads, to quote: “You can imagine how relieved I am after three months of battle jockeying for position in Washington that our man [Donovan] (General William J. “Wild Bill”, my insert) is in a position of such importance to our efforts.”15 Stephenson was Donovan’s “case” officer, writes former CIA staff officer, Thomas F. Troy, a historian who has looked into the matter. 16 He was given the code name “Q,” adds Cave Brown.”17 Though there is no concrete evidence that Donovan was working for the British, hw was certainly a sympathizer.
Note: The numbers 15, 16 & 17 at the end of the three sentences above are footnote numbers from Chapter Six, CLANDESTINE, of Robert K. Wilcox’s TARGET PATTON book. The book covers the death of GENERAL GEORGE S. PATTON, who passed away December 21, 1945 following his Limousine Cadillac being involved in a wreck with a U.S. Army truck, on the Bad Nauheim German Street or Highway, in occupied Germany, December 9, 1945 .
So, would, could, or is, this maybe the first use of “Q” as a code name, comparing it to the present 2018, “Q”anon numerous posts? IMO, it very well might, but any & all, readers must decide the answer for themselves.