Conspirator: The Untold Story of Tyler Kent

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Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 1991 - True Crime - 332 pages
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The last great untold story of WWII, Conspirator is sure to appeal to WWII history buffs, Churchill and Roosevelt experts, and aficionados of true tales of espionage. Utilizing documents and papers from both sides of the Atlantic, many never-before-published, the authors re-create a period of great drama and reveal the haphazardness that has characterized the American secret services from their inception. 8 pages of black-and-white photographs.

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CONSPIRATOR: The Untold Story of Tyler Kent

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A workmanlike reprise of a once-celebrated WW II espionage case, plus an assessment of its geopolitical implications. Drawing on recently declassified archival material, memoirs, interviews with ... Read full review

Conspirator: the untold story of Tyler Kent

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Tyler Kent, a code clerk in the U.S. Embassy in London, stole and passed on secret messages between Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill before the United States entered World War II and before ... Read full review


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ANTHONY READ lives in England and has written a number of books on World War II.

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