SOURCE: New York Times
Review: Fluorescent Foxes and Other Outrageous Projects of WWII Espionage
Stanley Lovell, believed to the the inspiration for "Q" in the James Bond stories, was the mastermind of the most outrageous efforts at psychological warfare and deception for the precursor agency to the CIA – including painting foxes with radium to resemble kitsune, shinto harbingers of doom.
SOURCE: 60 Minutes
The Ritchie Boys
Stories from members of the Ritchie Boys, a secret U.S. WWII intelligence unit bolstered by German-born Jews.
Review: Does "The Princess Spy" Pierce the Veil of its Subject's Fictions?
by Robert Huddleston
A new biography of Aline Griffiths, Countess of Romanones, takes on the self-fashioned myths of the American-born woman who married a Spanish aristocrat after serving the OSS in Madrid during World War II. Does it succeed in finding the facts of her career as a spy?
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