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WW2 Espionage

Military:WW2 Espionage

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Alamo Scouts (History's Mysteries), Schmidt, Richard L. (director)
1 Alamo Scouts (History's Mysteries)
Schmidt, Richard L. (director)

History Channel New York, New York, USA 1989
VHS Video Tape
Good, Good
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall


B4 - An NTSC VHS color and black and white 43 minute, 7 second ex-library video tape in good+ to very good- condition in a plastic clamshell case in very good condition with a black and white artwork paper sleeve in very good condition with a light label stain on the spine. This is a documentary film about the Alamo Scouts, a special unit of the US Army Southwest Pacific Theater during World War II. The documentary features a few of the surviving Alamo Scouts as well as the Alamo Scouts Association historian Lance Q. Zedric and Army Historian, LTC (Ret) George B. Eaton. The documentary film on this video tape was produced for the History Channel's 'History's Mysteries' series and originally aired in 2001. The Alamo Scouts unit was formed under the command of Lieutenant General Walter Krueger and designed and developed as an all volunteer elite unit made up of small teams who would operate independently deep behind enemy lines with the primary mission of gathering intelligence. The unit received its name because of Krueger's association with San Antonio and his admiration for the defenders of the Alamo during the Texas Revolution. This unit is notable for losing none of its members during the war as well as its support in liberating Allied prisoners both in New Guinea as well and through their participation in the liberation raid on Cabanatuan Prison Camp in the Philippines. The Cabanatuan raid has most recently been described in 'Ghost Soldiers: The Epic Account of World War II's Greatest Rescue Mission' by Hampton Sides who went on to work as the creative consultant on the notable PBS American Experience series documentary film about the raid titled 'Bataan Rescue'. 'Alamo Scouts' was hosted by Arthur Kent and narrated by David Ackroyd, directed by Richard L. Schmidt, written by James Grant Goldin and Susan Michaels, produced by Melody Shafir, and edited by Lawrence Law James and Lou LaProcido. 43 minutes, 7 seconds. Satisfaction guaranteed. AV0018 
Price: 25.00 USD
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2 SS Intelligence: The Nazi Secret Service
Blandford, Edmund L.

Castle Books, Inc. Edison, NJ 2001
Hard Cover
Very Good, Very Good
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

0785813985 / 9780785813989

AP6 - DJ is mylar protected. DJ and book have very, very light shelf wear otherwise fine. This book reveals many new facts and gives insights that will fascinate every student of Hitler's Third Reich - and the spying game. NF51AA 
Price: 5.50 USD
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3 The Hidden War
Haldane, Robert A.

St. Martin's Press New York, New York, USA 1978
Hard Cover
Good, Very Good
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
First American Edition
0312371977 / 9780312371975


CH4 - A hard cover first American edition withdrawn ex-library book in good+ condition with a dust jacket in good+ to very good- condition. The words FIRST PUBLISHED and the year appear on the copyright page with no additional American printings indicated. A tight, clean, sound copy in black textured paper covered boards with very light edge wear along the top and bottom spine edges plus there is yellowing of the paper plus there are large patches of glued staining on the front and back fixed endpapers from where the dust jacket endflaps were glued to the boards plus there are the usual library marks, stamps, label, and pocket on the top and bottom outside paper edges, the front free endpaper, and the copyright page plus the book is very slightly shelf cocked. The dust jacket shows very minor overall shelf wear with some very light glue staining on the front and back endflaps from where they were glued to the boards plus it is still in the original library mylar sleeve. A book about the counterintelligence warfare of World War II. It is about the espionage, double agents, and secret codes of the conflict with an emphasis on the importance to both sides of both secure intelligence and the passing of false information. Illustrated with black and white photographs. Indexed, 224p. SCW10841 
Price: 7.50 USD
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4 Twice through the Lines: The Autobiography of Otto John
John, Otto

Harper & Row, Publishers New York, New York, USA 1972
Hard Cover
Good, Very Good
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
First American Edition
0060121998 / 9780060121990


BH3 - A hard cover first American edition withdrawn ex-library book in good+ condition with a dust jacket in very good condition. Stated first American edition witn no additional printings indicated. A tight, clean, sound copy in blue cloth covered boards half bound in charcoal gray cloth with red lettering on the spine and a red graphic on the front with minor overall shelf wear with some light tape staining on the outside surfaces of the front and back boards from tape used on the library mylar sleeve plus there is a clip to the top right corner of the front free endpaper plus there is some tape residue on the front free endpaper form some library labels plus there is a library embossed seal on the half title page plus there is some very light yellowing on the outside paper edges. The dsut jacket shows only very minor overall shelf wear plus it is still in the original library mylar sleeve. The memoir of a man who was the last survivor of the conspiracy to assassinate Hitler, who worked as a spy for the Allies, served as head of West Germany's internal secret service, and then was either abducted by the Soviets or defected. This book was written during the author's four years served in prison for his alleged defection upon his return to West Germany. Bibliography, indexed, 340p. SCW10538 
Price: 2.50 USD
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