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Daring Missions of World War II
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Few World War II stories are more gripping than those fought behind enemy lines by spies, underground members and special forces. In this collection, the author brings to light largely unknown stories of behind the scenes bravery and covert activities that helped the Allies win critical victories both on the ground and in the air.
In historian William Breuer’s latest collection, he brings to light largely unknown stories of behind the scenes bravery and covert activities that helped the Allies win critical victories both on the ground and in the air. Here are more than seventy tales of espionage, sabotage, and derring-do, including thrilling accounts of “impossible” rescues, ingenious secret networks, and high-stakes U.S. Ranger missions within enemy territory.
Vivid, fast-paced, and dramatic, Daring Missions of World War II introduces you to the heroes and heroines who risked their lives for victory—and sometimes notoriety.
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In his latest collection, popular historian William Breuer chronicles the action behind the lines during World War II. Focusing on espionage, underground activities, and special forces operations, Breuer captures the human drama that has made his earlier books so successful. From impossible rescues and ingenious underground networks to amazing paratroop operations and U.S. Ranger missions within enemy positions, Daring Missions of World War II presents over seventy fascinating tales of espionage, sabotage, and derring-do.
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