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Agent 146: The True Story of a Nazi Spy in America By Erich Gimpel, Simon Vance (Read by), Charles Whiting (Foreword by) Cover Image

Agent 146: The True Story of a Nazi Spy in America (MP3 CD)

By Erich Gimpel, Simon Vance (Read by), Charles Whiting (Foreword by)

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"A spy has feelings like any other man. As you will see from my story, he falls in love, gives way to the same passions, has moments of black despair and great jubilation. But, unlike other men, he walks hand in hand with fear...one error of judgment can lead him to the scaffold."--from the book September 1944. Germany is burning at both ends, and the Third Reich is crumbling. Word has drifted back to Berlin that the Americans are testing a secret weapon of unbelievable destruction, a weapon that will win the war. The Fuhrer himself calls upon agent 146 in a last-ditch effort to sabotage America's atomic program. Two months later, a German U-boat surfaces off the coast of Maine, and a fascinating game of cat and mouse ensues as the FBI attempts to close in on the elusive Nazi spy. Never before published in the United States, Agent 146 is a spellbinding memoir of espionage under the Third Reich. With fascinating accounts of the Nazi's plans to sabotage the Allies--from sending in commandos to capture Gibraltar to blowing up the Panama Canal--this is a must-read for any World War II history buff.
Product Details ISBN: 9780786184736
ISBN-10: 0786184736
Publisher: Blackstone Audiobooks
Publication Date: June 1st, 2004
Language: English