Secret Operations Of World War II: The Clandestine Battle Fought Across Occupied Europe By The SOE, OSS, Marquis, AK, Partisans
- World War II
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How were agents recruited for covert operations in World War II? How did they fare once dropped behind enemy lines? How effective were resistance movements? And how brutal were the reprisals? Secret Operations of World War II answers these questions and more as it ranges across the entire spectrum of clandestine warfare.
Here are such legendary operations as the Abwehr's rescue of Mussolini and the sabotage of hydroelectric plants by the British SOE and Norwegian agents—as well as the lesser-known efforts of Soviet partisans, the French Maquis, the Polish Home Army, and many more.
Illustrated with 120 black-&-white and color photos, artworks and maps, here is an authoritative chronicle of World War II’s most daring exploits.
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|Release Date:||August 8, 2018|