Secrecy, sabotage, and aiding the resistance: how Anglo-American co-operation shaped World War Two

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Title Secrecy, sabotage, and aiding the resistance: how Anglo-American co-operation shaped World War Two
Subject & Keywords War; warfare; history; Britain; Germany; USA; China; France; Japan
Description When the British and American security services went to war together, their targets included morale, supplies and governments. Sabotage training and supplying rebels in occupied countries weakened the enemy. Friends were found in Italy and hostile groups in America. The American OSS and British SOE would also deliberately keep some information from each other. When they did work together, companies in hostile countries were blacklisted and their covert Jedburgh units supported allied rebels around the world.
ISBN 9781851173358
Contributor The National Archives
Type text
Format image
Identifier https://microform.digital/boa/collections/82/secrecy-sabotage-and-aiding-the-resistance-how-anglo-american-co-operation-shaped-world-war-two
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Language eng
Rights Content © The National Archives; images © Microform Academic Publishers, 2018. All rights reserved.
Publisher Microform Academic Publishers
Coverage 1939 - 1954
Created On 28th February, 2018 - 11:18am
Last Updated 28th February, 2018 - 11:18am
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