Allied Intelligence Bureau

Allied Intelligence Bureau

by Daniel MacArthur, Colonel Allison IND
     
 

During the Second World War, there were many battles fought and won. Most were fought with weapons and soldiers. Others were fought with intelligence and schemes.

The Allied Intelligence Bureau takes you inside the intelligence group that pulled together American, British, Australian and Dutch agencies in order to fight a more subtle war with the enemy.
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Overview

During the Second World War, there were many battles fought and won. Most were fought with weapons and soldiers. Others were fought with intelligence and schemes.

The Allied Intelligence Bureau takes you inside the intelligence group that pulled together American, British, Australian and Dutch agencies in order to fight a more subtle war with the enemy.

Wars are won with more than just strength and might. They also need to take intelligence gathered from well-placed spies in order to bring victory to those on the battlefield as well as those working behind enemy lines.

Editorial Reviews

Pacific Stars And Stripes - Andrew Snavel
This book is exceptional in that for the first time since World War II it gives the story of the fighting in the Pacific from the standpoint of espionage agents and saboteurs whose reports and actions helped greatly to defeat the Japanese.
Wichita Falls Times - Kelly Kuyper
The incredible struggle for survival, the heroism, successes and tragedies of these little known men, and the decisive effectiveness of their work in the winning of the war make up an enthralling book.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940149365043
Publisher:
Poesy Publishing
Publication date:
03/18/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,307,933
File size:
1 MB

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