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The master spy,

Author: D S Halacy; Frederic Marvin
Publisher: New York, McGraw-Hill [1968]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : Juvenile audience : English
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The lives and careers of twelve spies from the nineteenth and twentieth century whose successes affected the history of many nations.
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Material Type: Biography, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: D S Halacy; Frederic Marvin
ISBN: 0070255482 9780070255487
OCLC Number: 439838
Description: 192 pages illustrations, portraits 24 cm
Contents: Dr. Stieber; spymaster with 40,000 agents.--Captain Nathan Hale; America's first spy.--Widow Rose Greenhow; spy belle of Washington.--Mary Louvestre; the slave who spied for freedom.--Lieutenant Karl Lody; the agent who died in vain.--Mata Hari; she danced her way to a firing squad.--William Sebold; counterspy for the U.S.--Michel Hollard; the spy who saved London.--Rudolf Abel; Russia's master spy.--Stig Wennerstrom; Sweden's traitor spy.--Cicero; the spy nobody believed.--Dr. Richard Sorge; the romantic double agent.
Responsibility: by Dan Halacy. Drawings by Frederic Marvin.

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The lives and careers of twelve spies from the nineteenth and twentieth century whose successes affected the history of many nations.

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