Spying for the F hrer

Spying for the F  hrer

Spying for the F hrer

Spying for the Fuhrer is the story of German intelligence agencies leading up to and during World War II. From the fledgling beginnings of the Nazi SA, or Stormtroopers, grew an espionage machine to rival any in the world. The words SD, Abwehr and Gestapo are some of the most evocative words associated with the war, and all these were German intelligence units. Tasked with suppressing internal unrest, planting agents abroad to gather intelligence or sabotage, the Third Reich's espionage machinery had a long reach. Spying for the Fuhrer is a detailed examination of all the varied facets of the Nazi intelligence apparatus, ranging from the dreaded Gestapo,the daring Brandenburg battalions through to the SD under the Central Security Service of the Reich. The book examines the history of each unit, its formation, the missions, and its importance in the war as a whole. It also explores the nature of the myths and mysteries that have grown up around the German intelligence agencies, with rumours of their activities still rife over 60 years after the defeat of the Third Reich. Similarly, it explores the rivalry rife throughout the intelligence community, and analyzes the effect that this had in damaging Germany's intelligence, especially the rivalry between Canaris, head of the Abwehr, and the SS intelligence service.1)

Spying for Peace

Spying for Peace

Spying for Peace


Hitler s Secret War

Hitler s Secret War

Hitler s Secret War

De-classification of British and American archives, some made public as recently as October 1999, and interviews conducted by Charles Whiting in the years since World War II, now make it possible to assemble an unprecedented account of German espionage in World War II, included the stealing of the U.S. Norden bombsight, the campaign of deception preceding the Battle of the Bulge, and successful spying operations against U.S. Vice-President Henry Wallace and Winston Churchill.

Spying for Hitler

Spying for Hitler

Spying for Hitler

After Dunkirk, the British Army was broken, the country isolated and invasion imminent. German Military Intelligence was sat the task of recruiting collaborators from among Welsh nationalists to sabotage military and civilian installations ahead of the landing. Strategic deception was one of the few weapons left. To fool the Germans into believing Britain was ready and able to repel invaders when in fact it had only the weapons salvaged from Dunkirk, MI5 invented an imaginary cell of Welsh saboteurs led by a retired police inspector. This is the true, action-packed account of how a bogus Welsh nationalist infiltrated German Military Intelligence during the Second World War.

The Art of Spying

The Art of Spying

The Art of Spying


F hrer Ex

F  hrer Ex

F hrer Ex

The founder of a neo-Nazi party in East Germany describes his involvement in the violent, racist movement and why he abandoned the group, an action that has made him their target

For Volk and F hrer

For Volk and F  hrer

For Volk and F hrer


Daring Missions of World War II

Daring Missions of World War II

Daring Missions of World War II

(Cleveland, TN) is a military historian and author of over twenty books, most of them related to World War II. Eleven of his previous books have been Main Selections of the Military Book Club.

Swastika

Swastika

Swastika

Swastika and Aryan believe they are acting as cleansers of society-necessary evils to empower a new master race. But there's still one secret about them no one knows. When an elite team of investigators is assigned to hunt them down, they stumble upon a terrifying government conspiracy-and a mystery buried in the ashes of World War II-era Germany.