7 edition of Super spies of World War II found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Kate Walker & Elaine Argaet.|
|Series||Spies and spying|
|LC Classifications||D810.S7 W34 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2002044620|
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Double agents with their secrets, lies, tricks, gadgets, and disguises are the fascinating subjects of these two titles in the Spies and Spying series.
From Polish beauty queen Christine Granville, who spied for Poland, Britain, and France against Germany in World War II, to senior CIA officer Aldrich Adams, who spied for the Soviets during the cold war, each double-page spread Price: $ It describes the countries and forces involved, discusses how the war evolved, defines the role spies played, and reveals the identities of some of the most famous spies, double agents, and code breakers of World War II.
This book would make the perfect gift for children―and some adults, as well/5(40). "For the lover of espionage, "Top Secret Files: World War II" by Stephanie Bearce will be a great gift. This is a nonfiction book about undercover work during the War, including spies and secret missions, rat bombs, double agents, and more.
Bonus: it might get the kids interested in history, too/5(18). Spies, Code Breakers, and Secret Agents is an excellent history book for younger kids from 8 years to 12 years of age. Carol Roman has done a great job explaining about the fascinating world of spydom during WWII as she writes about spy missions and gear, secret armies, and super spies.
Even as an adult I enjoyed reading through the book. Get this from a library. Super spies of World War II. [Kate Walker; Elaine Argaet] -- Profiles some well-known spies who worked for Britain, France, Germany, the United States, and Japan.
Provides brief biographical profiles of well-known spies who worked for Britain, France, Germany, the United States, and Japan during World War II.
There is a wealth of information about World War II, spies, and espionage feats based on real events, in this interactive title. Told through 3 perspectives, readers will experience being a spy as a member of the Danish resistance, a German agent of the Abwehr,or an American OSS agent/5(15).
Written in a clear, concise voice, it begins, as does the war, in September by describing the countries and forces involved, discusses how the war evolved, defines the role spies played, and reveals the identities of some of the most famous spies, double agents, and code breakers of World War II/5(92).
Best World War II Spy Books Best spy fiction (espionage thrillers, etc.) and non-fiction (i.e., Monuments Men) set during World War II All Votes Add Books To This List.
1: Eye of the Needle by. Ken Follett (Goodreads Author) avg rating —ratings. score: 1, and 18 people voted The Soldier Spies (Men at War, #3) by.
BOOK BRIEFS. A micro-trend of the moment is women spies of World War II: D-DAY GIRLS: The Spies Who Armed the Resistance, Sabotaged the Nazis, and Helped Win World War II By Sarah Rose.
Crown, $ From spy missions to code breaking, this richly illustrated account of the covert operations of World War II takes readers behind the battle lines and deep into the undercover war effort that changed the course of history.
a From the authors who createdaEyewitness to World War IIaand numerous other best-selling illustrated reference books, this is the shocking story behind the covert activity that shaped the outcome of one of the world's greatest. The following is an incomplete list of notable spies during World War II Spies for France.
Person Notes Reference(s) Peggy Taylor: Taylor was a French spy who shot and killed a German Gestapo colonel when she was 4 Gabrielle Bonheur(spy) Gabrielle was a french nazi spy who reported information to French colony. For decades rumors had circulated about a seductive female agent provocateur employed by the British during World War II, and a once-secret file with more than pages of handwritten.
This book highlights the atrocities committed by Stalin during World War 2, which rival those of the Germans towards the Jews during the same time period. Not to be confused with another novel with a similar name, this book is amazing, enriching, and well worth a read.
Novels about World War 2: Relationship focus. These fiction and nonfiction books reveal the invaluable work that female spies performed during World War II.
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Set in in World War II, this book features Odette Sansom, who signs on to become an SOE agent to aid Britain and her beloved homeland, France. Landing in France was a feat in itself, but once she arrives, she is met by her new commanding officer, Captain Peter Churchill.
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Get this from a library. Super spies of World War II. [Elaine Argaet; Kate Walker] -- This text includes well known spies who worked for Britain, France, Germany, the US and Japan. They trained, plotted, planned, sneaked information, dressed in diguise and sometimes died carrying out.
Did the World War II Spies Have Super Cool Gadgets. History Book about Wars | Children's Military Books Paperback – December 1, by Baby Professor (Author) › Visit Amazon's Baby Professor Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search Author: Baby Professor. Queen of Spies: Daphne Park, Britain's Cold War Spy Master by Paddy Hayes Recounts the fascinating story of the evolution of the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) from World War II to the Cold War and beyond through the eyes of one of its outstanding and most unusual operatives.
pp. Severn House. $ Set induring the rising tide of World War II, Kurland’s convoluted espionage thriller meanders from the Brooklyn docks to.
D-Day Girls: The Spies Who Armed the Resistance, Sabotaged the Nazis, and Helped Win World War II A story that few people are familiar with, Sarah Rose tells the tale of the D-Day Girls – spies who were recruited by Britain’s Special Operations Executive in France to work undetected in Nazi-occupied territory.
Super spies of World War II: 1. Super spies of World War II. by Kate Walker; Elaine Argaet; Miriana Dasovic Print book: Biography ON: Saunders Book Co. Super spies of World War II: 2. Super spies of World War II.
by Kate Walker; Elaine Argaet Print book: Biography: Elementary and junior high school: English. 1st ed: North. Written by the acclaimed author of American cultural history, who has an intriguing connection to the wartime collecting missions.
Information Hunters. When Librarians, Soldiers, and Spies Banded Together in World War II Europe. Kathy Peiss. Description. Buy a cheap copy of Super Spies of World War II book by Kate Walker. Free shipping over $ As Sarah Rose writes in D-Day Girls: The Spies Who Armed the Resistance, Sabotaged the Nazis, and Helped Win World War II, a British captain who recruited three female SOE agents, Selwyn Jepson.
For far too long female spies in fiction were given the short shrift. to the works of William Le Queux and John Buchan on the eve of the First World War and during the heart of it, and onward through the spy novels of Ian Fleming and John Le Carré, women are predominantly cast as virtuous and ultimately inept, or cunning, duplicitous.
Spies, Code Breakers, and Secret Agents is an excellent history book for younger kids from 8 years to 12 years of age. Carol Roman has done a great job explaining about the fascinating world of spydom during WWII as she writes about spy missions and gear, secret armies, and super spies.5/5(2).
Each book focused on a different topic, such as the resistance, spies, the home front but mainly the battles and campaigns of the conflict. They are each pages in length, heavily illustrated and with pictorial essays on specific topics within the volume.
They had. Very brief look at a half dozen female american spies of world war II. Could have used more spell check (refers to Elizabeth Pack as "Peck" at least once) but overall a nice introduction for people interested in women's contributions to the war efforts/5(1).
History is filled with fascinating stories of World War II spies. Beyond double agents like Eddie Chapman or American hero Virginia Hall, even celebrities were in on the Child—of the perfect boeuf bourguignon—applied her culinary expertise to her work with OSS, and Roald Dahl—the man behind Charlie and the Chocolate Factory —was a bonafide secret agent.
Stalin’s Maverick Spy: The Story of a British Super-Agent in World War II While more infamous Soviet spies like Kim Philby are well known and have had tomes written about their exploits and treachery, some of the most intriguing stories come from those who never disclosed their activity until much later in life or even through documents.
And there is lots of back matter for anyone who wants to find out moreLike the other interactive history books, World War II Spies, will have lots of appeal to any reader interested in the war. It would also be a wonderful supplement to a classroom or home schooling situation studying the war." - The Children's War blog.
Octo In Spies, Lies, and Disguise, author Jennifer Swanson takes readers behind-the-scenes to explore some genuinely astonishing World War II exploits and accomplishments.
Enter for a chance to win an autographed copy of Jennifer Swanson’s Spies, Lies, and Disguise: The Daring Tricks and Deeds that Won World War II. Summary of A Woman of No Importance: The Untold Story of the American Spy Who Helped Win World War II by Sonia Purnell by CTPrint| out of 5 stars3.
The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Did the World War II Spies Have Super Cool Gadgets. History Book about Wars Children's Military Books by Baby Professor at Pages: It has employed real-life spies like John Le Carré and, in the world of fiction, it gave James Bond his license to kill.
Corera’s book is the indispensable history of the organization, and it does a fantastic job examining how things have changed from the shoot-from-the-hip early days through Cold War paranoia and modern-day tech surveillance.
Includes index "A+." Originally published: South Yarra, Vic., Australia: Macmillan Education Australia PTY, Baden-Powell, the Boy Scout spy -- Mata Hari, the "eye of the day" -- Karl Lody, the inexperienced spy -- Edith Cavell, the soldiers' nurse -- Lawrence of Arabia, the desert spy -- Louise de Bettignies, the spy who hid things well -- Sidney Reilly, the spy with many masters.
Examining the espionage and intelligence stories of World War II, on a global basis, bringing together the British, American, German, Russian and Japanese histories. Spies, codes and guerrillas played critical roles in the Second World War, exploited by every nation in the struggle to gain secret knowledge of its foes, and to sow havoc behind.
Having completed his six-book series about a British spy in Berlin during World War II, David Downing has begun a series about a British spy during World War I. In “Jack of Spies,” his new. As the outbreak of World War II approached, Nazi Germany ordered artillery manufacturers Krupp and Rheimetall-Borsig to build several super-heavy siege guns, vital to smash through French and Belgian fortresses that stood in the way of the Blitzkrieg.
These 'secret weapons' were much larger than the siege artillery of World War I and included the largest artillery piece of the war, the. From top secret spy missions to recently declassified WWII documents, this richly illustrated account of the covert espionage operations of World War II takes readers behind the battle lines and into the undercover war effort.
National Geographic’s landmark book includes recently released never-before-seen photographs, coded messages, classified maps, and more than rare artifacts.
W illiam Alfred Eddy did not look the part of super spy. No movie mogul would have cast him as a James Bond or a Jason Bourne. In his mids, he had a .