At the heart of the dispute is whether Wodehouse was really a traitor who collaborated with the Nazis during his World War II internment in Berlin. The author made six light-hearted broadcasts on German radio sent to the United States that were meant to reassure his fans… As posthumous awards go, a memorial stone in Westminster Abbey alongside literary giants including Geoffrey Chaucer, C.S. Lewis and Edward Lear is the ultimate honour for Britain’s most esteemed authors and poets. But, the decision to lay a stone commemorating P.G. Wodehouse, creator of quintessentially English comic characters like Bertie Wooster and Reginald Jeeves, has become embroiled in a row dating back more than 70 years.