The Angels of Death are twelve beautiful women from all over the world (though only from the UK in the novel) Henchwomen of Irma Bunt being brainwashed by Blofeld under the guise of allergy treatment in the Bond film On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Their mission is to help Blofeld contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland. Blofeld claimed he will rescind this threat if all his past crimes are pardoned and he is recognized as the current Count de Bleauchamp.
|Ruby Bartlett (Ruby Windsor in novel)||Chicken||British||Angela Scoular|
|Nancy||Potatoes||Hungarian||Catherine Von Schell|
|Israeli Girl||Shellfish||Israeli||Helena Ronee|
- Jenny Hanley (Irish Girl) was one of the models hired to appear on the cover of the 1969 Pan Books film tie-in edition of On Her Majesty's Secret Service. She appeared on the cover with Caroline Munro, who later played Naomi in The Spy Who Loved Me. The US Signet film tie-in edition used a different image that also featured Hanley.