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No Cloak, No Dagger by Benjamin Cowburn
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No Cloak, No Dagger (1960)

by Benjamin Cowburn

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The experiences of one of the early english spies parachuted into France toassist in the establishment of the resistance movement and development of contant networks.
While it was obvious these activities were dangerous I did not get that feeling from the book, where a lot of time was spent cycling around France and only a vague idea of what was going on. ( )
  TheWasp | Jan 22, 2012 |
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The memoir of SOE agent Benjamin Cowburn is highly regarded as a classic of wartime literature. In simple, gripping detail Cowburn explains the methods of special agents who were dropped into France during the war and the ways that agents would set about establishing secure networks with the French Resistance.… (more)

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