Target Tokyo: the story of the Sorge spy ring

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McGraw-Hill, 1985 - History - 676 pages
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Chronicles the life and times of Russian-born master spy Richard Sorge and the activities of the ingenious spy ring he masterminded in Japan before and during World War II

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Contents

Risen in Revolt
131
l5 Hot After Some Sort of Queer Enterprise
140
Busy with the Secret Work
147
Copyright

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About the author (1985)

Prange served during World War II as an officer in the naval reserve and, during the occupation of Japan, served in the General Headquarters as a civilian. He was chief of General Douglas McArthur's G-2 Historical Section and director of the Military History Section. He taught history at the University of Maryland from 1937 until his death.

Donald M. Goldstein is a retired U.S. Air Force lieutenant colonel, a professor of public and international affairs, and a best-selling author. He lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The late Katherine V. Dillon, Donald M. Goldstein and the late Gordon W. Prange created numerous World War II classics, including "At Dawn We Slept; Miracle at Midway"; and "God's Samurai: Lead Pilot at Pearl Harbor" (Brassey's, Inc., reprint 2003). They also collaborated with historian J. Michael Wenger on several books, including "The Way It Was: Pearl Harbor-The Original Photographs" (Brassey's, Inc., 1995); "Rain of Ruin: A Photographic History of Hiroshima and Nagasaki" (Brassey's, Inc., 1995); and "The Pearl Harbor Papers.

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