Bodyguard of Lies, Volume 10

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Harper & Row, 1975 - 947 pages
Examines Allied intelligence and counter-intelligence operations during World War II, describing the cipher machine used to break German codes and the tactics, ruses, and deceptions employed to ensure the successful invasion of Normandy

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Contents
1
THE ORIGINS OF SPECIAL MEANS
11
THE ROOTS OF CONSPIRACY
135
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