Category - espionage

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Controversial Ambassador to Great Britain

America’s controversial ambassador to Nice Britain, and father of a future U.S. president, needed to maintain America out of the conflict with Nazi Germany. By...

Allies atomic bomb Axis CIA espionage Federal Communications Commission General Douglas MacArthur George Sterling Hiroshima Japan Japanese Movies Nagasaki Pacific Theater Potsdam Declaration Radio Intelligence Division (RID) USS Missouri V-J Day WWII

The FCC’s RID and Japan’s Surrender

The Federal Communications Fee performed a largely unknown position in the long run of World Conflict II. By Susan L. Brinson George Sterling acquired a...

Alexander M. Patch Alfred Jodl Allies Axis Battle of the Bulge Ernest Hemingway espionage Geneva Convention George Howe henry hyde jupp kappius Movies Nazi Germany Office of Strategic Services (OSS) peter viertel POW Special Operations Executive (SOE) United States Marine Corps William “Wild Bill” Donovan WWII

OSS in Germany

The U.S. Workplace of Strategic Providers recruited Germans to infiltrate the Third Reich. By John Mancini By the autumn of 1944, most of Nazi-occupied Europe...

Allies Anthony Blunt Axis Cold War Donald Maclean espionage F.B.I. Guy Burgess Harold Philby John Cairncross KGB Konstantin Volkov MI-5 Movies NKVD Secret Intelligence Service Soviet Cambridge Network Soviet Union Special Operations Executive (SOE) Volkov Affair WWII

WWII Spies: the Soviet Cambridge Network

In WWII, the espionage actions of the Cambridge spies resulted in a wealth of intelligence for the Soviets. by Peter Kross Within the trendy period, nearly all...

Allies Australia Axis Burma China D-Day espionage European Theater John Singlaub memoir Movies Normandy Office of Strategic Services (OSS) Operation Jedburgh Operation Overlord Pacific Theater POW SAS The French Resistance William Casey WWII

The OSS and the Fourth Dimension of Warfare

John Singlaub served as a covert operative in Europe and the Pacific. Under is Bob Bergin’s interview with Singlaub, first revealed in 2008. by Bob...