German Secret Service at Work (1940)


Espionage in Nazi Germany:
First Edition of
The German Secret Service at Work, 1940

Newman, Bernard. German Secret Service at Work. New York: Robert M. McBride, 1940.

Quarto. Hardcover. 1st Edition.

First edition of the multi-faceted assessment of the intelligence community in Nazi Germany, discussing their most favored espionage techniques and their contributions to the downfall of Czechoslovakia and Poland during World War II. Written by a former member of British intelligence, The German Secret Service at Work discusses the state of espionage in Nazi Germany from parachute drops to cryptography. Book near-fine, with only light rubbing to extremities. Dust jacket extremely good, with light wear and toning to extremities and minor tape repair to verso.

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