The Spy with 29 Names: The Story of the Second World War's Most Audacious Double Agent
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|Vydavatel:||Random House UK|
Juan Pujol was the Spanish spy who sealed victory for the Allies on D-Day. He was awarded the Iron Cross by Hitler and an MBE by Britain, creating a bizarre fictional network of secret agents that tricked the Fuhrer himself. He was a Nazi spook and an MI5 star. He fought on both sides of the Spanish Civil War. He was Garbo; he was Alaric; he was twenty-seven other people and the greatest double agent in history. In The Spy with 29 Names, Jason Webster tells Juan Pujol's story - from his early life in Spain and how, after the Civil War, he was determined to fight totalitarianism by working for the British. Without Garbo our world would be a very different place indeed.
- EAN: 9780099578246