Captains without eyes; intelligence failures in World War II [by] Lyman B. Kirkpatrick, Jr.


[New York] Macmillan [1969] .

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Subjects Secret service.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Secret service.
Description xiv, 303 pages maps 22 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 291-295).
Summary This book by the former executive director of the CIA reveals the alarming truth behind the most critical intelligence failures of WWII. Captains Without Eyes fascinates as it chills, focusing on five key battles of the Second World War-and the mistakes on both sides that changed the course of history. Here is the inside story of the German invasion of Russia, the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Allied catastrophes at Dieppe and Arnhem, the Battle of the Bulge: all major conflicts, and each one a disaster of military intelligence.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)32421
(OCoLC)ocm00032421
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WorldCat Identities Kirkpatrick, Lyman B.
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