The Tangled Web

By: Ganier-Raymond, Philippe

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Spine a bit creased, slanted, corners bumped. Some edge wear plus chipping to top of spine. Upper right corner of most pages has small stain. Text is clean and unmarked.

"In March, 1942, the Germans captured Hubertus Lauwers, a radioman in the Dutch section of British Special Operations who had parachuted into occupied Holland a year before. The German Abwehr then forced Lauwers to send false messages to Britain and in return receive valuable information for use by the Third Reich.
"The Tangled Web" follows step by step the fate of Lauwers, and reveals the shocking and mysterious story of one of the greatest failures of Allied espionage, and at the same time one of the greatest German successes, during World War II."; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall

Title: The Tangled Web

Author Name: Ganier-Raymond, Philippe

Categories: Military History,

Edition: First Thus

Publisher: New York, NY, Warner Books: 1972

Binding: Mass Market Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 001806

Keywords: Nonfiction Military History Ww Ii Espionage Special Operation Counterintelligence Holland Abwehr Lauwers Hubertus Turned Agents