Max Hastings examines the espionage and intelligence machines of all sides in World War II, and the impact of spies, code-breakers and partisan operations on events. Written on a global scale, the book brings together accounts from British, American, German, Russian and Japanese sources to tell the story of a secret war waged unceasingly by men and women often far from the battlefields but whose actions profoundly influenced the outcome.
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by Max Hastings
by John Buchan
by Antonia Fraser
by Andrew Marr
by Josephine Hart
by Barbara Brooks Wallace
by Frederick Forsyth
by Jonathan Moeller
by Robert Louis Stevenson
by Sir Ernest Shackleton
"Through a series of snapshots come the secret stories of spies and intelligence officers from bestselling author of Catastrophe, Max Hastings.
Praise for the author: ‘No other general history of the war amalgamates so successfully the gut-wrenching personal details and the essential strategic arguments… Hastings has triumphed.’ THE TIMES"
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