Undercover Tales of World War II

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März 2000



A wealth of fascinating stories of intrigue from World War II.


Partial table of contents:A GATHERING TEMPEST. Black-Bag Jobs and Madam X. Hitler's Crony a U.S. Secret Agent. "Me No Here, No Movies!" Espionage Target: The Panama Canal. A Gentleman Farmer Flies to London. An "Unsportsmanlike" Murder Scheme. OUTBREAK OF WAR. "Take Possession of the [British Captives]". Agent X Conspires with the Pope. The Spy Was a Clip Artist. The Jewish Pal of the Nazis. The FBI Undercover in South America. The Bogus Traitor of Flekkefjord. A One-Man Cloak-and-Dagger Agency. CONFLICT SPREADS TO THE PACIFIC. One Briton's Revenge. Spies inside a U.S. Embassy. The "Evangelists" of New York Harbor. The Superspy at Pearl Harbor. An American Turncoat in Washington. THE TURNING TIDE. The World's Richest Spymaster. The Plot to Blow Up the Pan Am Clipper. Lady Luck Flies with the Fuhrer. The Dogs of Torigni. Smuggling Two Men out of Morocco. The Creeps and the Atomic Scientists. BEGINNING OF THE END. The Spy Who Refused to Die. Blowing Up a Locomotive Works. The Mystery Man of Algiers. Deception Role for the Panjandrum. Bedeviling the Gestapo in Toulouse. Close Call in a Secret Room. Masking the "Chicago Skyline". THE LIGHTS GO ON AGAIN. A U.S. Colonel's Private Airline. Kidnapping a German General. Blasting a Japanese Headquarters. X2 Agents in Cherbourg. Covert Targets: Germany's Atomic Scientists. A Murder Job for Two "Specialists". T Force Hunts for Chemical Weapons. Notes and Sources. Index.


WILLIAM B. BREUER is the critically acclaimed author of twenty-six military history books, including Feuding Allies; Vendetta!: Castro and the Kennedy Brothers; Unexplained Mysteries of World War II; and Shadow Warriors: The Covert War in Korea. Ten of his books have been main selections of the Military Book Club, including The Great Raid on Cabanatuan and MacArthur's Undercover War.
EAN: 9780471379447
ISBN: 0471379441
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: März 2000
Seitenanzahl: 256 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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