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It seemed that Hitler intended to launch a surprise attack against Holland. Once
occupied, the reports warned, Hitler intended to use the Dutch airfields as a base
from which to launch the German air force against London without declaring war.
From these two decrypts Jones concluded that Flakzielgerat was a code name for
a rocket-driven weapon intended, presumably, for the long-range bombardment
of England; that the weapon was much more likely to be a pilotless aircraft than ...
Sibert, G2 of U.S. Twelfth Army Group, sent his deputy, Colonel William H.
Jackson, to London to see "C." All "C" could say for sure at that time was that the
Germans intended some sort of offensive in the west, but where and when it
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The subject of this monumental biography was head of the British Secret Service, SIS, during World War II and until 1952. Many of his agency's triumphs against the Third Reich are described and ... Read full review
CHAPTER One The Golden Lads 189o1915
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