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The Irregulars: Roald Dahl and the British Spy Ring in Wartime Washington

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Following her bestselling accounts of the most guarded secrets of the Second World War, Conant offers a rollicking true story of spies, politicians, ... Show synopsis

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Forscher

Spies among friends

by Forscher on Jan 30, 2014

The agreements and disagreements, even among allies, are sometimes lost in the haze of the past.. This account sheds light on personalities and issues known usually only to specialists. One sees once again how complex and sometimes arbitrary prosecuting a war can be. This is a well-written account of difficult and dangerous times and of the complex personalities who made the decisions.

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DaveinModesto

Washington Exposed

by DaveinModesto on Oct 1, 2009

If you want to read about what else goes on in Washington DC and whose in bed with whom, this is it. It also gives you a lot on the American and British spy networks during WW II and a peek into the wartime White House.

andrejules

Roald Dahl - SPY

by andrejules on Oct 1, 2009

Like most people I knew Roald Dahl for his children's books, but this writer deals with his service as a spy in the USA for Britain during WWII. Having done some research on spies during that period of time I found this book very interesting.

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