Ten Thousand Eyes: The Amazing Story of the Spy Network That Cracked Hitlers ...

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Edition Description
1st
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5.5X1X8.5
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USA, United States
ISBN-10
1585742945

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"When France fell to the Germans in 1940, a slight, scholarly 28-year-old captain of engineers and professor escaped to England, and with general Charles De Gaulle and Andre Dewavrin, he organized an intelligence service with one goal - to secure a blueprint for Germanys Atlantic wall and place it in the hands of the allies. What follows is a remarkable story of a clandestine spy network comprised of sailors, farmers, painters, housewives and children all unified in one purpose - the fall of the Third Reich. Richard Collier tells the story of how ordinary men and women from all walks of life risked torture and death in German occupied Normandy to furnish the allied force with details of the German coastal defences."
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