Operation Garbo: The Personal Story of the Most Successful Double Agent of World War II

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Random House, 1985 - History - 205 pages
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Operation Garbo

User Review  - nanpalmbay - Overstock.com

Great price, great quality. As far as content, only just cracked the cover. Watched a documentary titled "Garbo the Spy" which I found intriguing and prompted me to want more. What better source than words from the man himself. If WWII history interests you this is a perfect fit. ... Read full review

Operation GARBO: the personal story of the most successful double agent of World War II

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Random. Sept. 1986. c.224p. photogs. index. LC 85-10809. ISBN 0-394-54777-2. $17.95. hist/autobiog Pujol, a Spaniard whose code name was Garbo, may well have been the most successful double agent of ... Read full review

Contents

Childhood
9
Barcelona
16
Madrid
41
Copyright

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About the author (1985)

Nigel West is a former officer of the British secret intelligence service, MI6, and conservative party member of the British Parliament. He has written extensively on espionage and counterintelligence and given numerous lectures on those subjects.

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