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 Germany S Atlantic Wall And Place It In The Hands Of The Allies.
British historian, was born in London, England in 1924 He joined the Royal Air Force at eighteen after that, as a war correspondent, he traveled throughout the Far East He has worked on numerous British and American magazines and has written than half a dozen books about the Second World War Few of them are The sands of Dunkirk, 1961, Duce A biography of Benito Mussolini, 1971, and The wa
- 336 pages
- Ten Thousand Eyes: The Amazing Story of the Spy Network That Cracked Hitler's Atlantic Wall Before D-Day
- Richard Collier
- 15 May 2019 Richard Collier