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The Worlds Greatest Military Spies and Secret Service Agents - George Barton
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2001, ISBN: 9781589632967

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Charlottesville, University Press of Virginia, 2001. . BRAND NEW. Virgin copy, not yet traded. 8vo. Pp. x, 190. Notes, bibliography, index. Hardcover, brown cloth, spine lettered in gilt, with dust-jacket. ~ First edition. Much has been written of late regarding modernist writers who either colluded with fascist leaders or who expressed sentiments that were sometimes alarmingly fascist in nature. With its emphasis on women, politics, and ethics, this book provides a needed and intriguing chapter on the relationship of American writers to one of the most devastating political movements of the modern era, indeed, of any era. As expatriates in Germany and Austria in the 1930s, Kay Boyle, Katherine Anne Porter, Jean Stafford, and Lillian Hellman saw the rise of Nazi ideology firsthand. By documenting the political and ethical apprenticeships each woman served in Germany and Austria, Austenfeld convincingly argues that the genius of these writers exists precisely in their ability to continue the development of their best creative sensibilities in spite of, and indeed because of the ethical challenges they faced as women writers in the tense pre war world., Charlottesville, University Press of Virginia, 2001., Published by David & Charles, 1977. 1st edition.. Hardback. Very Good/Very Good. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. The Armed Forces of Imperial Austria, 1740-1780. Historic Armies and Navies Series. Large format. B/w illustrations. Bumping and wear to spine, corners and along cover edges. Some page browning. Wrapper is edge-creased and browned. [S], Published by David & Charles, 1977, Fredonia Books (NL). Paperback. New. Paperback. 372 pages. Dimensions: 7.9in. x 5.1in. x 0.9in.The romance of war in its most thrilling form is exemplified in this narrative of the adventures of The Worlds Greatest Military Spies and Secret Service Agents. Much has been published upon the subject of espionage, and the memoirs and secret histories of the courts of Europe give us instances of men and women who have gained favor and money, if hot honor and glory, by selling back-stairs gossip concerning their fellow creatures; but the aim of the present work has been rather to relate the big exploits of those who faced great personal danger and risked their lives for the sake of flag and country. Each story is complete in itself, and yet forms a link in the chain of narratives which illustrates the startling and unexpected manner in which battles have been lost and won through the shrewdness and the courage of military spies at various time in different countries of the world. All spies are not admirable. The use of the word spy in this series is in its broadest, and usually its best, sense. In all of the great wars of history there have been spies, scouts, emissaries and others still with no very well defined status, who have rendered invaluable service to their governments. A spy is liable to death; a scout, if captured, has the rights of a prisoner of war, but an emissary is rather political than military, and is sent to influence secretly the opposition rather than to bring information concerning the movements of troops. An effort has been made to confine this work to the operations of military spies, but in possibly two instances the rule has been relaxed in order to present phases of that form of diplomacy which is so closely allied with war as to be part of it. Most of the incidents interwoven with the history of the countries to which they relate, and are part of the archives of the State, War and Navy Departments of these nations. Taken all in all, the pages of fiction contain few things more fascinating or thrilling than these fact stories. Nineteen biographical accounts . . . (1) The Alsatian Smuggler who Helped Napoleon . . . (2) Belle Boyd . . . (3) The Indian Scout who was the Hero of King Philips War . . . (4) How the Suicide of a Staff Officer Once Averted War between Austria and Russia . . . (5) Major Andrs Unsuccessful Exploit . . . (6) Chevalier DEon . . . (7) Napoleons Chief Spy . . . (8) Lydia Darrah . . . (9) Doctor Steiber . . . (10) Private Morgan . . . (11) General Napper Tandy . . . (12) Monsieur de Meinau . . . (13) The Betrayal of Captain Nathan Hale . . . (14) Major Le Caron . . . (15) Emma Edmonds . . . (16) Brig. Gen. Lafayette C. Baker . . . (17) The Mysterious F . . . (18) The Mysterious Man Who Asked for a Light . . . (19) Carl Lody. All are historical accounts - not fiction. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Fredonia Books (NL)

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Fredonia Books (NL). Paperback. New. Paperback. 372 pages. Dimensions: 7.9in. x 5.1in. x 0.9in.The romance of war in its most thrilling form is exemplified in this narrative of the adventures of The Worlds Greatest Military Spies and Secret Service Agents. Much has been published upon the subject of espionage, and the memoirs and secret histories of the courts of Europe give us instances of men and women who have gained favor and money, if hot honor and glory, by selling back-stairs gossip concerning their fellow creatures; but the aim of the present work has been rather to relate the big exploits of those who faced great personal danger and risked their lives for the sake of flag and country. Each story is complete in itself, and yet forms a link in the chain of narratives which illustrates the startling and unexpected manner in which battles have been lost and won through the shrewdness and the courage of military spies at various time in different countries of the world. All spies are not admirable. The use of the word spy in this series is in its broadest, and usually its best, sense. In all of the great wars of history there have been spies, scouts, emissaries and others still with no very well defined status, who have rendered invaluable service to their governments. A spy is liable to death; a scout, if captured, has the rights of a prisoner of war, but an emissary is rather political than military, and is sent to influence secretly the opposition rather than to bring information concerning the movements of troops. An effort has been made to confine this work to the operations of military spies, but in possibly two instances the rule has been relaxed in order to present phases of that form of diplomacy which is so closely allied with war as to be part of it. Most of the incidents interwoven with the history of the countries to which they relate, and are part of the archives of the State, War and Navy Departments of these nations. Taken all in all, the pages of fiction contain few things more fascinating or thrilling than these fact stories. Nineteen biographical accounts . . . (1) The Alsatian Smuggler who Helped Napoleon . . . (2) Belle Boyd . . . (3) The Indian Scout who was the Hero of King Philips War . . . (4) How the Suicide of a Staff Officer Once Averted War between Austria and Russia . . . (5) Major Andrs Unsuccessful Exploit . . . (6) Chevalier DEon . . . (7) Napoleons Chief Spy . . . (8) Lydia Darrah . . . (9) Doctor Steiber . . . (10) Private Morgan . . . (11) General Napper Tandy . . . (12) Monsieur de Meinau . . . (13) The Betrayal of Captain Nathan Hale . . . (14) Major Le Caron . . . (15) Emma Edmonds . . . (16) Brig. Gen. Lafayette C. Baker . . . (17) The Mysterious F . . . (18) The Mysterious Man Who Asked for a Light . . . (19) Carl Lody. All are historical accounts - not fiction. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Fredonia Books (NL)

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The World's Greatest Military Spies and Secret Service Agents
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Barton, George

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The World's Greatest Military Spies and Secret Service Agents

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9781589632967

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781589632967
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1589632966
Gebundene Ausgabe
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2001
Herausgeber: INTL LAW & TAXATION PUBL
372 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,440 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9781589632967

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