Churchill and the Secret Service by David Stafford

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"Churchill and the Secret Service" offers a groundbreaking overview of the great statesman and the secret world of intelligence, clandestine operations, counterterrorism, and subversion with which he was actively involved. 25 photos.
 

About David Stafford

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David Stafford, "an expert in Britain's wartime intelligence operations" (The Independent), is the author of numerous books. A former diplomat who has written extensively on intelligence history, he is currently Project director at the Center for Second World War Studies at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
 
Published March 19, 2013 by Thistle Publishing. 489 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Political & Social Sciences, Arts & Photography, Travel, War. Non-fiction

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Stafford (Churchill and Secret Service, etc.) wants nothing to do with the popular view of the great wartime partnership between Churchill and FDR.

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In this revealing study, British historian Stafford draws on recently released British secret service archives and Churchill's own papers to lay bare his long-time involvement in covert actions and intelligence gathering.

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