Nazi Secret Warfare in Occupied Persia (Iran) - O'Sullivan, Adrian
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This is the first full-length work to be published about the spectacular failure of the German intelligence services in Persia (Iran) during WWII. Based on archival research it analyzes a compelling history of Nazi planning, operations, personalities, and intrigues, and follows the protagonists from Hitler's rise to power into the postwar era.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This is the first full-length work to be published about the spectacular failure of the German intelligence services in Persia (Iran) during WWII. Based on archival research it analyzes a compelling history of Nazi planning, operations, personalities, and intrigues, and follows the protagonists from Hitler's rise to power into the postwar era.
Autorenporträt
Adrian O'Sullivan, a former intelligence linguist, has lived and worked in the UK, Europe, North America, and the Middle East. He completed his doctorate in intelligence history at the University of South Africa. He now lives and writes in semi-retirement on a small island off the west coast of Canada.
Inhaltsangabe
Prologue: Max and Moritz Invent Themselves 1. Tourists and Businessmen 2. Invaders and Occupiers 3. Schemers and Planners 4. Intelligencers 5. Ideologues and Brutes 6. Rivals 7. Recruiters and Trainers 8. MAX 9. MORITZ 10. SABA 11. Parachutes over Persia 12. FRANZ, DORA, and BERTA 13. ANTON 14. Operations and Operatives 15. Defects and Deficiencies 16. Failure Epilogue: Max and Moritz Reinvent Themselves

Rezensionen
"Well worth reading ... the ultimate book on German secret service activity in Persia from 1939 to 1945." - Journal of Intelligence, Propaganda, and Security Studies