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Secrets of the Second World War 1
Fighting to Lose
How the German Secret Intelligence Service Helped the Allies Win the Second World War
By (author): John Bryden
9781459719590 Paperback, Trade English General Trade HISTORY / Military / World War II Europe Apr 19, 2014
$26.99 CAD
Active 6 x 9 x 0.98 in 416 pages 14 B&W illustrations Dundurn

Startling new revelations about collaboration between the Allies and the German Secret Service.

Based on extensive primary source research, John Bryden’s Fighting to Lose presents compelling evidence that the German intelligence service — the Abwehr — undertook to rescue Britain from certain defeat in 1941. Recently opened secret intelligence files indicate that the famed British double-cross or double-agent system was in fact a German triple-cross system. These files also reveal that British intelligence secretly appealed to the Abwehr for help during the war, and that the Abwehr’s chief, Admiral Canaris, responded by providing Churchill with the ammunition needed in order to persuade Roosevelt to lure the Japanese into attacking Pearl Harbor. These findings and others like them make John Bryden’s Fighting to Lose one of the most fascinating books about World War II to be published for many years.

John Bryden is a politician, journalist, and historian. He was first elected to the House of Commons in 1993, where he served for more than a decade before retiring in 2004. His publications include Best Kept Secret: Canadian Secret Intelligence in the Second World War and Deadly Allies: Canada's Secret War 1937–1947. He lives in Hamilton, Ontario.

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