Originally published: London ; New York : Granada, 1985.
|LC Classifications||D810.S7 W38 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 245 p. :|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||2005363155|
Warner, an accomplished British writer of popular military history, surveys the use and development of "secret forces" by the British and Americans during World War II. He covers a spectrum ranging from relatively conventional airborne and commando formations, through small-scale raiding organizations like the Long Range Desert Group, to the saboteurs of the SOE /5(6). Secret Forces of World War II (Rangers, Commandos, OSS et al.) [Philip Warner] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.3/5(1). Secret forces of World War II User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict Warner, an accomplished British writer of popular military history, surveys the use and development of "secret forces" by. One of the lasting legacies of World War 2 was the proliferation of what today are known as Special Forces. At the time many soldiers, often of high rank regarded these units as nothing short of ill-disciplined cowboys or worse! However desperate.
The Secret History of World War II: Spies, Code Breakers, and Covert Operations: Kagan, Neil, Hyslop, Stephen G., Rendell, Kenneth W.: : Books. Buy New/5(89). This is a wonderful book that, while primarily written for kids, can be enjoyed as well by adults. Written in a clear, concise voice, it begins, as does the war, in September by describing the countries and forces involved, discusses how the war evolved, defines the role spies played, and reveals the identities of some of the most famous spies, double agents, and code breakers of World /5. Buy Secret Forces of World War II by Warner, Philip (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(6). This book examines / discusses the work of a number of secret service organisations during WWII. This covered a huge range of organisations / agents / operations in just over pages so although it was very interesting and thought provoking it lacked any real depth in regards to any individual person or action.4/5.
The exploits of the British special forces in World War II are legendary. Author Robert Barr Smith describes in detail one of the most successful of the early British Commando operations, the. Secret Soldiers is a compelling read. It is the story of a group of World War II soldiers and sailors who engaged in deception operations to deceive enemy forces as to where American units were located and misleading the enemy as to where American forces were likely to attack/5. Share - The Secret Forces of World War II by Philip Warner (, Book, Illustrated) The Secret Forces of World War II by Philip Warner (, Book. World War II is like an iceberg - the parts of it that we read about in history books or even learn in the classroom are really just the tip of the iceberg. Below the surface, hidden from sight, are all kinds of secrets, deceptions and subterfuge that helped win the war/5.