By Jeff Rovin
Tom Clancy and Steve Pieczenik are approximately to claim struggle at the festival. . . . THE OBJECTIVE:
A fourth consecutive New York occasions bestseller for Tom Clancy's Op-Center
A blockbuster mystery armed with state-of-the-art expertise (a.k.a. every little thing a Clancy fan wants)
A SLAM-DUNK In Tom Clancy's all-new, unique novel, OP- middle: Acts of War, Syrian terrorists have attacked a dam contained in the borders of Turkey, threatening the water provide in their very fatherland. it's not madness, however the first step in a deceptively uncomplicated plan: to strength all-out struggle within the center East.
What they don't comprehend is new nearby Op-Center is now online in Greece, and its staff can see precisely what the rebels try to do. yet those terrorists are extra creative than someone thinks.
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David Mure, Practise to Deceive (London: William Kimber, 1977), 49. 16. Diary of Guy Liddell, 22 October 1943, KV 4/192, TNA. 17. Mure, Practise to Deceive, 12. See also David Mure, Master of Deception: Tangled Webs in London and the Middle East (London: William Kimber, 1980), 15–16 passim. 18. Maunsell to Petrie, 18 September 1941, KV 4/306, TNA. 19. J. Maunsell, 4829:80/30/1, Documents Collection, Imperial War Museum (IWM). I wish to thank the Trustees of the Imperial War Museum for allowing access to this collection held in the IWM Sound and Documents Section.
Ibid. 22. Ibid. 23. A. Mure, 2194:67/321/3, IWM. I wish to thank the Trustees of the Imperial War Museum for allowing access to this collection held in the IWM Sound and Documents Section. 1 Ratcatchers Mopping up the well-concealed Germans was not a task for conventional military forces. It was a ratcatching operation, and our little group were the rat catchers … . (Bill Magan [MI5])1 Early in the war, Persia was an independent neutral state in which no British intelligence organizations were operating, with the exception of individual travelling agents working for the Royal Air Force (Air Staff Intelligence, Iraq), which held responsibility for Persia as well as Iraq.
Although there was sometimes internal dissension between the Polish security authorities and the diplomats at the Polish legation, and although Polish security occasionally adopted an unacceptably anti-Soviet – or even antisemitic – line of enquiry, Anglo-Polish cooperation was always cordial. Polish security also rendered technical assistance to DSO in the form of much needed photographic and reprographic services for less sensitive documents. 55 Unlike the Poles, most other Allied nationalities in Persia lacked any specific security organizations of their own.
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