Hitler's spies: German military intelligence in World War II

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Macmillan, 1978 - Biography & Autobiography - 671 pages
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The first full account of Hitler's extensive intelligence network-and the dramatic story of how Germany lost the battle of the secret services in World War II.

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User Review  - MsMixte - LibraryThing

I have the hardback edition, which does indeed contain an index. Although this book is not Mr. Kahn's best book (that would be The Codebreakers), it still has much to recommend it. Anyone with the least interest of espionage in WWII will want to study this book. Read full review

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The Climax of German Spying in America
3
Protozoa Speech and History
27
The Institutions of Control
42
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