'Anyone interested in twists of fate should find this book fascinating.' --Library Journal on Unexplained Mysteries of World War IITales of intrigue and espionage in World War IITales of espionage have always fascinated military history enthusiasts. And during the Second World War, spies were playing for the highest stakes of all time. Now, military historian William Breuer has collected information from personal interviews, official archives, declassified documents, books, articles, and magazines to expose over seventy-five little-known stories of intrigue, including clandestine maneuvers, sabotage, spying, plots, propaganda, bribery, code-breaking, kidnappings, and other bizarre plots from the years leading up to and through World War II. Told in a vivid, fast-paced, and dramatic style, this glimpse of the inside workings of spies and saboteurs on both sides of the war will provide a new understanding of the stakes involved--and the life-and-death chances these daring few took in a bitter struggle.Offers fresh information for the large market of WWII buffs hungry for new stories of the war, in the same engaging format as Unexplained Mysteries of World War II and Undercover Tales of World War IIWilliam B. Breuer (Cleveland, TN) is a military historian and author of over twenty books, most of them related to World War II.