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Hitler's Secret War The Nazi Espionage Campaign Against the Allies by Charles Whiting

Hitler's Secret War The Nazi Espionage Campaign Against the Allies


Hitler's Secret War The Nazi Espionage Campaign Against the Allies by Charles Whiting

At last the full extent of the Nazis Secret Intelligence network is revealed thanks to recently released secret papers. Charles Whiting interviewed such key figures as Giskes, who fooled the Americans over the Battle of the Bulge, and Ritter, who stole the top secret US Norden bombsights. This book will fascinate the reader right to the last page in true Whiting style.

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Publication date

7th March 2000


Charles Whiting

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Pen & Sword Books Ltd


219 pages


Espionage & secret services
European history
Second World War
Military intelligence



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