The last hero: Wild Bill Donovan : the biography and political experience of Major General William J. Donovan, founder of the OSS and "father" of the CIA, from his personal and secret papers and the diaries of Ruth Donovan
Drawing on Donovan's personal papers and secret archives and on his wife's diaries, this profile depicts the remarkable man who was the most decorated figure in United States history and was the founder of the OSS, forerunner of the CIA
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The Birth of the OSS and the CIA
Bill and Ruth
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