Chronicles the post-WW2 activities of Sir William Stephenson, whose role in helping to defeat the Nazis was the subject of the best-seller ''A Man Called Intrepid.'' This book describes one of the most widespread cover-ups & bizarre betrayals in intell. history. Intrepid's last wartime case involved the first Soviet intell. defector of the atomic age: Igor Gouzenko. Intrepid saved Gouzenko & found him sanctuary inside a Canadian spy school. Gouzenko was about to make devastating disclosures when the case was mysteriously terminated & Intrepid's org. dissolved. This book unravels the implications of Gouzenko's defection & Intrepid's removal from the case, & discloses much new info. regarding U.S. & Canadian postwar intell. activities.
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William Stevenson, a distinguished journalist and war correspondent, is the author of many books, including The Yellow Wind, 90 Minutes at Entebbe, and A Man Called Intrepid (page 114), which is also available from The Lyons Press. He lives in the Far East.
"As long as Americans value courage and freedom there will be a special place in our hearts, our minds, and our history books for [Stevenson's] Man Called Intrepid"-Ronald Reagan
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