Spyhunter: The Secret History of German Intelligence
June Press Limited, 2014 - 617 pages
This title provides a secret history of German intelligence. Shrimpton, a renowned barrister and intelligence specialist with deep sources in the Pentagon, the CIA and elsewhere, has written a fascinating alternative look at the history of espionage from the 11th century to the present day. From Chairman Mao's excesses to the methods his successors use to target prominent individuals who shape political and financial opinions in Europe, America, and Australasia today.
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