The secret war against Hitler

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Berkley Books, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 295 pages
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William Casey was one of 600 young "amateurs" recruited for the OSS by its founder, the legendary "Wild Bill" Donovan. This is an unparalleled story of an inspired group who changed the course of history. And the story of William Casey's extraordinary commitment to freedom.

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Disappointing. Not so much about what was done, as about the organization thereof and Casey's role therein. Pretty self-congratulatory toward the end. Read full review

The secret war against Hitler

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The late Director of the Central Intelligence Agency here gives an overview of OSS operations against World War II Germany that he managed. He allows himself only a casual presence in much of the book ... Read full review


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About the author (1989)

Casey (deceased) was Chairman of the Music Education Department at the University of Michigan.

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