Behind the Lines: The Oral History of Special Operations in World War II

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New American Library, Feb 1, 2004 - History - 304 pages
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Prepared for any situation from averting interrogation through suicide to derailing a train with nothing but an overcoat—and supplied with such useful items as expertly forged documents, exploding rats, and invisible ink—the men and women of the O.S.S. and the S.O.E. were sent behind enemy lines to cause mayhem, often alone, with an average life expectancy of six weeks. These are their stories in their own words.

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For this oral history of special operations in World War II, Miller, the author of a previous oral history of the D-Day invasion (Nothing Less Than Victory), used personal interviews with the ... Read full review


First Forays
Washington Weighs In
La Vie Clandestine

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Russell Miller holds an appointment as Professor of Mathematics jointly between Queens College and the CUNY Graduate Center. His research applies computability to other areas of mathematics, including model theory, set theory, commutative algebra, differential algebra, graph theory and topology.

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