The Bedford Triangle: Undercover Operations From England In Wor
- World War II
The cloak-and-dagger war
Behind the front lines of World War II, a secret conflict raged. The Bedford Triangle recounts the role of the British Special Operations Executive, the US Army Air Force, and the American Office of Strategic Services in this clandestine war.
Martin Bowman takes us into the corridors of Milton Ernest Hall, a UK country house that was the heart of a network of top secret transmitting stations, political warfare units, and undercover formations. From this unassuming post, the Allies conducted some of the war's most brazen covert operations.
Drawing on firsthand accounts, Bowman reveals this remarkable story (including what really happened to bandleader Glenn Miller) in a nailbiting chronicle of propaganda, espionage, and subterfuge.
About the Author
Martin Bowman is one of Britain's best-known Second World War aviation historians and authors. His previous books include German Night Fighters Versus Bomber Command 1943-1945, Confounding the Reich, Stratofortress: The Story of the B-52, and Norwich Blitz.
Additional Book Details
|Release Date:||July 19, 2016|