Donovan: America's Master Spy

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Rand McNally, 1982 - Political Science - 562 pages
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Details the extraordinary exploits of William J. Donovan--war hero, presidential advisor, and founder of the Office of Strategic Services--based on Donovan's personal papers, the recollections of co-workers, and recently declassified government documents

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User Review  - Jean Poulos - Goodreads

For the past 4 years I have been reading books about World War One, therefore I found the section about Donovan service in WWI most interesting. Donovan was the most decorated American soldier in WWI ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ann - Goodreads

Often called Wild Bill, he ran Roosevelt's OSS and founded the CIA. I found especially interesting his beginnings in Buffalo on old Michigan Ave. Read full review


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