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The story of one of the most carefully guarded intelligence organisations, British Security Co-ordination, instigated by Churchill when Britain stood alone in 1940, and directed from his New York headquarters by a Canadian industrialist, whose codename was Intrepid. This book gives a top-level account of many crucial operatons, including the breaking of the German Enigma code, the truth behind the assassination of Heydrich, the race for the atomic bomb, the BSC strategems which delayed the German invasion of Russia, and the raids on the French coast (including Dieppe) that made the Normandy landings possible.
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he incredible World War II narrative of the hero whose spy network and secret diplomacy changed the course of history. (6 X 9, 512 pages, b&w photos)
William Stevenson was born in Britain in 1925. He served as an aircraft pilot in Her Majesty’s Royal Navy during World War II and later moved to Canada where he worked for the Toronto Star. Stevenson traveled the globe, operating as the Star’s one-man foreign service and covering conflicts in Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. Stevenson is the author of nine books, including the international bestseller A Man Called Intrepid. He died in 2013 in Toronto, Canada.
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Book Description Charnwood, 1983. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110708981550