Historian Helen Fry's book takes readers behind the scenes (and walls) of one of World War II's most secretive intelligence operations
The Navy was considered a place of political independence—but that didn't keep Nazi ideologues and spies from joining its ranks
Looking to score big, a young British commando set his sights on a famous target: General Erwin Rommel
Lady Moe loved cigarettes, Ping bars, and the 96th Bomb Group
'I was sleeping when the first missile hit the ship'
Whether he was shooting men's shoes or men at sea, Charles E. Kerleespared no attention to detail.
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