The Air-Raid Warden Was a Spy: And Other Tales from Home-Front America in World War II

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Wiley, May 13, 2003 - History - 228 pages
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Critical acclaim for William B. Breuer

"A first-class historian."
-The Wall Street Journal

Top Secret Tales of World War II

"A book for rainy days and long solitary nights by the fire. If there were a genre for cozy nonfiction, this would be the template."
-Publishers Weekly

"Perfect for the curious and adventure readers and those who love exotic tales and especially history buffs who will be surprised at what they didn't know. Recommended for nearly everyone."
-Kirkus Reviews

Daring Missions of World War II

"The author brings to light many previously unknown stories of behind-the-scenes bravery and covert activities that helped the Allies win critical victories."
-Albuquerque Journal

Secret Weapons of World War II

"Rip-roaring tales . . . a delightful addition to the niche that Breuer has so successfully carved out."
-Publishers Weekly

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A cursory look at what was happening on the American home front during World War II. Read full review

About the author (2003)

WILLIAM B. BREUER is the critically acclaimed author of more than thirty military history books, including Daring Missions of World War II, Unexplained Mysteries of World War II, Top Secret Tales of World War II, Undercover Tales of World War II, Vendetta!: Castro and the Kennedy Brothers, and Shadow Warriors: The Covert War in Korea, all published by Wiley. Fourteen of his books have been main selections of the Military Book Club, including The Great Raid on Cabanatuan and MacArthur's Undercover War, both published by Wiley.

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