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Ediciones B, 2006 - History - 458 pages
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Created in 1951 to secure the future of a besieged Israel, Mossad is the branch of an elite intelligence agency whose agents were responsible for the most daring and audacious acts of counterterrorism, espionage, and assassination ever committed. Featuring interviews with agents, informants, and leaders of the organization, along with access to documents and secret sources, this book finally reveals the truth about Mossad, a fierce group of dedicated men and women who planned the kidnapping of Nazi war-criminal Adolph Eichmann and stole a MiG jet from under Iraq's nose.

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User Review  - xuebi - LibraryThing

An intriguing book about one of the most shadowy intelligence agencies in the world. Drawing on interviews with former agents from the Mossad, this book reads like a thriller at times, rather than a ... Read full review

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User Review  - CaroPi - LibraryThing

I really like the books of Gordon Thomas he knows how to tell the story of the Intelligence agencies in a way that you do not only feel you are learning contemporarily history but at the same times it ... Read full review

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Gordan Thomas is a bestselling author of forty books published worldwide, a number dealing with the intelligence world. His awards include the Citizens Commission for Human Rights Lifetime Achievement Award for Investigative Journalism, the Mark Twain Society Award for Reporting Excellence, and an Edgar Allan Poe Award for Investigation. He lives in Ireland.

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