Piercing the Reich: The Penetration of Nazi Germany by American Secret Agents During World War II

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Viking Press, 1979 - Political Science - 376 pages
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When the Western Allies were stymied at the borders of Nazi Germany in the fall of 1944, the Office of Strategic Services, the wartime ancestor of the CIA, infiltrated the virtually impregnable Reich with more than two hundred agents

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This book isn't rated four stars for being exhaustive, but for being a good read both for its subject matter and for its engaging style and structure. The appeal is that of the adventure novel, this ... Read full review

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User Review  - Lananorris - Goodreads

First saw this as a documentary on the Military Channel and was completely fascinated. It sent me to the library for the book which is a much more daunting project. The first 3-4 chapters which ... Read full review

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About the author (1979)

Was a contributing writer for Colin Powell's My American Journey. He also wrote Piercing the Reich, which is about the penetration of Nazi Germany by American Agents, and Nuremburg, which was made into a major television docudrama.

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