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Product Description: On a chilly autumn night in 1942, a German spy was rowed ashore from a U-boat off the GaspT coast to begin a deadly espionage mission against the Allies. Thanks to an alert hotel-keeper's son, Abwehr agent `Bobbi' was captured and forced by the RCMP to become Canada's first double-agent...read more

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9780802007315 | Univ of Toronto Pr, February 1, 1996, cover price $41.95 | About this edition: On a chilly autumn night in 1942, a German spy was rowed ashore from a U-boat off the GaspT coast to begin a deadly espionage mission against the Allies.

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9781442623675 | Reprint edition (Univ of Toronto Pr, February 1, 2015), cover price $19.95 | About this edition: On a chilly autumn night in 1942, a German spy was rowed ashore from a U-boat off the GaspT coast to begin a deadly espionage mission against the Allies.

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9781605983707 | Reprint edition (Pegasus Books, June 1, 2012), cover price $27.95

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9781605984506 | Reprint edition (Pegasus Books, July 1, 2013), cover price $15.95

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A True Story of an American Nazi Spy, William C. Colepaugh. A Biography William C. Colepaugh was born and raised in Black Point Connecticut. Living on the banks of Long Island Sound he developed a love for the sea and aspired to become a naval architect. His goals were sidetracked by his lack of educational skills as he failed in his attempt at a degree from either the Naval Academy or MIT. Influenced by family members, schoolmates, and social acquaintances, he developed a love for Germany and all things German. This love grew to a desire to go to Germany to further attempt to achieve his original goals. It didn't take long for him to become disenchanted after he finally arrived in Germany as the Germans had different plans for him. He was trained as an espionage agent and saboteur by the SS and returned to the United States to carry out his mission with a fellow German national, Eric Gimpel. After a 54-day submarine journey they landed near Bar Harbor Maine with $60,000, diamonds, fire arms, and espionage equipment and made they way to New York City that was to become their base of operation. However, after three weeks, mistrust developed between the two spies. Colepaugh broke loose from Gimpel with the money but was soon outsmarted by the seasoned spy. Soon after, Colepaugh decided to turn himself in to the FBI and provided them with enough information that culminated in the capture of Gimpel a few days later. They were tried and convicted by military tribune and sentenced to be hanged, but presidential politics and world events led to a change in their sentence to life in prison. Colepaugh served 15 years in Federal prison and was released in 1960. For the next 42 years of his life he functioned as a successful businessman, community member, and husband, with his past only known to a select few including his wife. In 2002 he was exposed by a journalist and lived in seclusion the remaining three years of his life.

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9781466982208 | Trafford on Demand Pub, February 27, 2013, cover price $29.92 | About this edition: A True Story of an American Nazi Spy, William C.

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9781466982185 | Trafford on Demand Pub, February 27, 2013, cover price $19.92

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Product Description: The full story of the woman of Jewish descent who spied for Hitler among British high society, persuaded the Daily Mail to support the Nazis, and was awarded the Gold Cross of the Nazi Party Stefanie von Hohenlohe was born to a middle-class Viennese family and of partly Jewish descent...read more

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9780752461144 | Trafalgar Square, November 2, 2011, cover price $29.95 | About this edition: The full story of the woman of Jewish descent who spied for Hitler among British high society, persuaded the Daily Mail to support the Nazis, and was awarded the Gold Cross of the Nazi Party Stefanie von Hohenlohe was born to a middle-class Viennese family and of partly Jewish descent.

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How Hitler's spy chief sabotaged the German war effort

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9780304367184 | New edition (Phoenix, April 1, 2007), cover price $18.95 | About this edition: How Hitler's spy chief sabotaged the German war effort

The true story of how a U.S. citizen, whose immigrant father was a Civil War veteran, turned spy for Germany during World War I and pioneered a new and terrible kind of warfare--biological warfare.
By Norman Dietz (narrator) and Robert Koenig

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9781400153503 | Mp3 edition (Tantor Media Inc, January 15, 2007), cover price $24.99 | About this edition: The true story of how a U.
9781400103508 | Unabridged edition (Tantor Media Inc, January 15, 2007), cover price $37.99 | About this edition: The true story of how a U.

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The true story of how a U.S. citizen, whose immigrant father was a Civil War veteran, turned spy for Germany during World War I and pioneered a new and terrible kind of warfare--biological warfare.
By Norman Dietz (narrator) and Robert Koenig

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9781400133505 | Unabridged edition (Tantor Media Inc, January 15, 2007), cover price $75.99 | About this edition: The true story of how a U.

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The true story of how a U.S. citizen, whose immigrant father was a Civil War veteran, turned spy for Germany during World War I and pioneered a new and terrible kind of warfare--biological warfare.

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9781586483722 | Public Affairs, January 8, 2007, cover price $26.00 | About this edition: The true story of how a U.

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Product Description: In 1943 a young official from the German foreign ministry contacted Allen Dulles, an OSS officer in Switzerland who would later head the Central Intelligence Agency. That man was Fritz Kolbe, who had decided to betray his country after years of opposing Nazism...read more

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9780871138798 | Atlantic Monthly Pr, February 28, 2005, cover price $24.00 | About this edition: An account of Fritz Kolbe, a German bureaucrat who worked secretly with the Allies during World War II, describes his harrowing espionage work relaying valuable information on high-level Axis meetings and munitions factories to the Allies.

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9780802142313 | Grove Pr, February 9, 2006, cover price $15.95 | About this edition: In 1943 a young official from the German foreign ministry contacted Allen Dulles, an OSS officer in Switzerland who would later head the Central Intelligence Agency.

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9781400101474 | Unabridged edition (Tantor Media Inc, July 1, 2005), cover price $34.99

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Product Description: Princess Stephanie von Hohenlohe (1891-1972) was an unofficial go-between at the highest level of international politics, conveying secret messages and setting up meetings involving Hitler, Goering, Lord Halifax, Lord Rothermere, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor and, later, US Presidents Kennedy and Johnson...read more

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9780750935142 | Sutton Pub Ltd, September 15, 2004, cover price $44.95 | About this edition: Princess Stephanie von Hohenlohe (1891-1972) was an unofficial go-between at the highest level of international politics, conveying secret messages and setting up meetings involving Hitler, Goering, Lord Halifax, Lord Rothermere, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor and, later, US Presidents Kennedy and Johnson.

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A former Nazi spy describes his attempts in 1944 to sabotage America's atomic program, recounting how he and American turncoat William Collepaugh participated in a harrowing game of cat-and-mouse with the FBI in New York.

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9780786253692 | Large print edition (Thorndike Pr, June 1, 2003), cover price $29.95 | About this edition: A former Nazi spy describes his attempts in 1944 to sabotage America's atomic program, recounting how he and American turncoat William Collepaugh participated in a harrowing game of cat-and-mouse with the FBI in New York.

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9780425194737 | Reissue edition (Berkley Pub Group, December 1, 2003), cover price $7.50 | About this edition: A former Nazi spy describes his attempts in 1944 to sabotage America's atomic program, recounting how he and American turncoat William Collepaugh participated in a harrowing game of cat-and-mouse with the FBI in New York.

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9780786184903 | Unabridged edition (Blackstone Audio Inc, June 1, 2004), cover price $56.00

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Product Description: Why would a journalist who was an ardent socialist and an anti-Nazi during the waning years of the Weimar Republic decide to go to work for the Gestapo abroad? Hans Wesemann, a veteran of World War I and a successful journalist, fled his native Germany in 1933 after writing a number of anti-Nazi articles...read more (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)

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9780275971243 | Praeger Pub Text, February 28, 2001, cover price $127.00 | About this edition: Why would a journalist who was an ardent socialist and an anti-Nazi during the waning years of the Weimar Republic decide to go to work for the Gestapo abroad?

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The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Churchill's Deception searches for the identity of a spy called 'Werther,' a German turncoat who provided the Russians with invaluable intelligence information during the war. (view table of contents)

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9780891417101 | Presidio Pr, June 1, 2000, cover price $29.95 | About this edition: Argues that evidence from newly opened Soviet archives proves that 'Werther,' the most highly-placed Soviet agent in Nazi Germany, was really Martin Bormann, one of Hitler's most trusted aides.

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The former head of East Germany's foreign intelligence department describes his career in espionage and life in the post-Cold War world (view table of contents)

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9780812963946 | Times Books, July 1, 1997, cover price $25.00 | About this edition: The former head of East Germany's foreign intelligence department and the Eastern Bloc's leading spymaster describes his early life, his successful career in espionage, major operations, the individuals who worked for him, and life in the post-Cold War world.

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9781891620126 | Reprint edition (Public Affairs, June 3, 1999), cover price $21.50 | About this edition: The former head of East Germany's foreign intelligence department describes his career in espionage and life in the post-Cold War world

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Product Description: Duquesne's 20th century heroics were as counterfeit as the medals he wore, but his incredibly colorful life was filled with drama, danger, and high adventure.

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9781557507334 | Naval Inst Pr, September 1, 1995, cover price $34.95 | About this edition: Duquesne's 20th century heroics were as counterfeit as the medals he wore, but his incredibly colorful life was filled with drama, danger, and high adventure.

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Chronicles the efforts of German industrialist Eduard Schulte, the Allied agent who first provided evidence of Hitler's campaign of genocide against the Jews, and the contributions of the Germans who aided Schulte

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9780671546946 | Simon & Schuster, May 1, 1986, cover price $17.95 | About this edition: Chronicles the efforts of German industrialist Eduard Schulte, the Allied agent who first provided evidence of Hitler's campaign of genocide against the Jews, and the contributions of the Germans who aided Schulte

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9780874516722 | Brandeis Univ, June 1, 1994, cover price $35.00
9780671633158 | Reprint edition (Touchstone Books, March 1, 1987), cover price $8.95 | About this edition: Chronicles the efforts of German industrialist Eduard Schulte, the Allied agent who first provided evidence of Hitler's campaign of genocide against the Jews, and the contributions of the Germans who aided Schulte

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Recounts the activities of Dr. Wolfgang Kohler, the founder of Gestalt theory, who was supposedly performing animal research on the island of Tenerife during World War I, but was in fact spying for Germany

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9780895294326 | Avery Pub Group, February 1, 1990, cover price $19.95 | About this edition: Recounts the activities of Dr.

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Offers the never-before-revealed story of the agent known only as GARBO and follows his real-life espionage from the gentlemen's clubs of London to the beachhead trenches of Normandy

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9780394547770 | Random House Inc, September 1, 1986, cover price $17.95 | About this edition: Offers the never-before-revealed story of the agent known only as GARBO and follows his real-life espionage from the gentlemen's clubs of London to the beach-head trenches of Normandy

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9780671640132 | Reprint edition (Pocket Books, September 1, 1987), cover price $3.95 | About this edition: Offers the never-before-revealed story of the agent known only as GARBO and follows his real-life espionage from the gentlemen's clubs of London to the beachhead trenches of Normandy

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Through privileged access to the sealed, sixty-eight-year-old dossier containing the records of the secret trial of Mata Hari, the seductress-spy executed in France as a German spy, the author presents an intriguing account of the German and French intelligence services during World War I

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9780396087175 | Dodd Mead, May 1, 1986, cover price $3.98 | About this edition: Through privileged access to the sealed, sixty-eight-year-old dossier containing the records of the secret trial of Mata Hari, the seductress-spy executed in France as a German spy, the author presents an intriguing account of the German and French intelligence services during World War I

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Tells the story of Paul Fackenheim, a Jewish prisoner at Dachau, who was released on condition that he spy for Nazi Germany in Palestine

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9780025076105 | Macmillan Pub Co, September 1, 1985, cover price $16.95 | About this edition: Tells the story of Paul Fackenheim, a Jewish prisoner at Dachau, who was released on condition that he spy for Nazi Germany in Palestine

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