The story of the Office of Strategic Service, how it was conceived and built up by General Donovan, as reported by two men...

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The story of the Office of Strategic Service, how it was conceived and built up by General Donovan, as reported by two men assigned to it. The agency was clocked in mystery during the war, and is here revealed as the agency that coordinated the resistance movements of occupied countries with the military strategy of the Allies, and that accumulated and centralized inter-Allied Intelligence. In line of duty, CSS volunteers were promised neither glory nor recognition; they were parachuted behind enemy lines, they helped organize the underground movements in Thailand, Burma, etc. as well as in France and Italy; they paved the way for Clark's pre-invasion landing in North Africa. Here's true adventure -- basic factual material for a new angle on war.

Pub Date: Feb. 25, 1946

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Publisher: Reynal & Hitchcock

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Feb. 1, 1946