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Codename Dora by S?ndor Rad? ISBN 13: 9780200723398

ISBN 10: 0200723391

Hardcover; London: Abelard-schuman Limited, 1977; ISBN-13: 978-0200723398

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Codename Dora

by Sándor Radó; Translator-J. A. Underwood

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Abelard-Schuman Limited, 1977. Hardcover. Good.
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Codename Dora

Codename Dora

by Rado, Sandor

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London, UK: Abelard-Schuman Limited, 1977 The dust jacket is a little worn and torn around the edges, with a clipped inside flap. The page edges have some insect damage. 298 pages. Books listed here are not stored at the shop. Please contact us if you want to pick up a book from Newtown.. Hard Cover. Good/Good. Size E: 8"-9" Tall (203-228mm).
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CODENAME DORA: THE MEMOIRS OF A RUSSIAN SPY

by Sandor Rado and Translator J. A. Underwood

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(Subject: Intelligence, Espionage, Reconnaissance & Electronic Warfare) 'Dora' was the codename of the leader of a vitally important link in the Soviet intelligence network operating in Europe during the Second World War. Under cover of running a cartographical agency in Geneva, the author was able to build up a group which, at its best in 1942, had three transmitters providing Russia with information on German troop positions, movements and losses, the state of the armaments industry and strategic plans. This book provides a fascinating first-hand insight into the difficulties and dangers faced by intelligence agents, their dedication, and the day-to-day running of an extremely successful branch of the Soviet Union's 'Red Orchestra'. (Published: 1977) (Publisher: Abelard & Schuman) (ISBN: 0200723391) (Pagination: 298pp) (Condition: fair in discoloured d/w. probably ex-library) UL-XXXXXX
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