GERMAN SECRET SERVICE AT WORK by Bernard Newman

GERMAN SECRET SERVICE AT WORK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A miscellany of spy stuff, not up to Rowan in either racontage or authenticity. The tendency to make sweeping statements, the lack of authority for information, gives one a sense of its being unsound. None the less it is good entertainment. Operation of spy system in Czechoslovakia, in Poland; propaganda dissemination, sabotage, the Maginot Line, counterespionage, women at the keyhole, codes and ciphers -- these are the highlights. There's more old stuff than new, drawn from pre war and world war.

Pub Date: March 22nd, 1940
Publisher: McBride