Near Fine. Octavo. Traces the lesser-known World War II mission through which U.S. -trained Jewish spies and former German soldiers infiltrated Austria's heavily fortified "Alpine Redoubt, " in an account based on recently declassified files, private documents, and personal interviews.
Very good in very good dust jacket. Minimal wear, lightly read, excellent shape. Glued binding. Paper over boards. With dust jacket. 239 pg., illustrations, appendices, index. At the height of World War II, with the Third Reich's Final Solution in full operation, a small group of Jews who had barely escaped the Nazis did the unthinkable: they went back. Spies now, these men took on a dangerous mission behind enemy lines. This is their story, a tale of adventure, espionage, love, and revenge. "A magnificent tale of comb at-mixing valor, grit, love, blood, and sacrifice."-Bing West, author of "No True Glory" "First-rate reading...captures the sensory details and emotional drama of good men fighting and dying for one another and their country."-Military Times Media Group
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