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The Secret War (World War II Collector's Edition , Vol 29) (edition 1998)

by Francis Russell (Author)

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Never in history had so much brain power and advanced technology been marshalled in the service of secrecy as in WW2. This book reveals the false identities and elaborate hoaxes, the codes and code-breakers, and all manner of bizarre plots.
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Title:The Secret War (World War II Collector's Edition , Vol 29)
Authors:Francis Russell (Author)
Info:Time Life Education (1998), Edition: Collectors, 200 pages
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