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(E) A Man Called Intrepid, by William Stevenson
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  04/5/2002 | History | Unrated
(E) A Man Called Intrepid, by William Stevenson
A Man Called Intrepid. The Secret War. William Stevenson. 1976. 
ISBN 0-345-25558-5-225. NYT bestseller. 
"... the entire course of the war seen from a different slant: that of the 
undercover man." 
    -- Boston Sunday Globe 
"The histories of World War II will have to be revised in light of the 
remarkable revelations made in this book..." 
   -- Cincinnati Post 
"A splendid book, rich in information... profound in its implications for 
   -- San Francisco Chronicle 
"Stephenson and Donovan carried out the single outstanding intelligence coup 
of the Second World War [March 27, 1941] when they delayed the Nazi invasion 
of Russia." 
   -- Winston Churchill, in private message to Franklin D. Roosevelt 
(Stephenson and Donovan "invited" Hitler to occupy Yu and started the terror 
campaign against NDH, but this, as a matter of historical fact, did not 
delay Hitler's invasion of Russia.) 
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