The Game of the Foxes: The Untold Story of German Espionage in the United States and Great Britain During World War II.

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D. McKay Company, 1972 - Espionage, German - 696 pages
Reveals the espionage network strung by German Nazi agents across the U.S.A. and Britain during World War II. Based on captured files of Nazi Intelligence.

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Exceptionally relevant to the Current spyfest in the Free world.
Years of research to describe the war from Spy point of view.
Sequential in the stories from beginning of the Nazi takeover in
Germany in the 1920s and 1930s, left over from the Kaiser's spies from WW 1.
Attacks from within the USA to prevent Roosevelts's entry into the War were rendered mute at Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941 but the most of the US Pacific fleet and their Airplanes was destroyed in a few hours in the sneak attack by a group of Japanese Aircraft Carriers full of planes which came from the North Pacific and left the same way undetected.
I recommend also Albert Speers' ("Hitler's Archetect) book about the Third Reich which was written in jail years later.
 

Contents

The Kieker at the Helm
3
Operation Sex
14
Windfalls in America
27
Copyright

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