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GREAT TRUE SPY STORIES

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Books by Allen Dulles Great True Spy Stories The Secret Surrender The Craft of Intelligence Germany’s Underground Can America Stay Neutral?
(with Hamilton Fish Armstrong

GREAT
True Spy
STORIES
Edited by Allen Dulles
A GINIGER BOOK
PUBLISHED IN ASSOCIATION WITH
HARPER & ROW, PUBLISHERS
NEW YORK AND EVANSTON

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

©“Stealing the Plans,” from Ten Thousand Eyes, by Richard Collier. Copy-
right 1958 by Richard Collier. Reprinted by permission of E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., and William Collins Sons & Co., Ltd.

“The Spy the Nazis Missed,” by Edward P. Morgan. Reprinted by permission of True, The Mans Magazine (July, 1950). Copyright 1950, Fawcett Publi-

cations, Inc.

Cicero—The Case of the Ambassador’s Valet,” from Operation Cicero, by L. C. Moyzisch. Copyright 1950 by L. C. Moyzisch. Reprinted by permission of Coward-McCann, Inc.

“The Rise and Fall of a Soviet Agent,” by Edward R. F. Sheehan, The

© Saturday Evening Post, February 15, 1964. Copyright
Publishing Company. Reprinted by permission of the author.

1964 by The Curtis

© “The Playboy Sergeant,” from “The Playboy Sergeant Who Spied for Russia,”
by Don Oberdorfer, The Saturday Evening Post, March 7, 1964. Copyright 1964 by Don Oberdorfer. Reprinted by permission of the author and Theron Raines

Agency.

“The Colonel Turns West,” from The Penkovskiy Papers, by Oleg Penkovskiy,

© with an Introduction and Commentary by Frank Gibney. Copyright
Doubleday & Company, Inc. Reprinted by permission of the publisher.

1965 by

© “Spymaster George Washington,” from A Peculiar Service, by Corey Ford.
Copyright 1965 by Corey Ford. Reprinted by permission of Little, Brown & Co.

“The Spy on the Postage Stamp,” from “Technical Operations” in The Case

© of Richard Sorge, by F. W. Deakin and G. R. Storry. Copyright 1966 by F. W.
Deakin and G. R. Storry. Reprinted by permission of Harper & Row, Publishers,

and Chatto & Windus, Ltd.

“The Red Orchestra,” from Soviet Espionage, by David J. Dallin. Copyright

1955

Yale University Press. Reprinted by permission of the publisher.

‘They Gave the Bomb Away,” from The Atom Spies, by Oliver Pilat. Copy-

right'1952 by Oliver Pilat. Reprinted by permission of G. P. Putnam’s Sons.

The Capture of the Grand Chef,” from Soviet Espionage, by David J. Dallin. Copyright 1955 by Yale University Press. Reprinted by permission of the publisher.

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GREAT TRUE spy stories. Copyright © 1968 by Allen W. Dulles. All rights re-
served. No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles and reviews. For information address Harper 6- Row, Publishers, Incorporated, 49 East 33rd Street, New York, N.Y. 10016. This book is published in association with The K. S. Giniger Company, Inc., 1140 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10001, and manufactured in the United States of America.
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOG CARD NUMBER: 66-20733
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Acknowledgments / v

© “The Naval Secrets Case,” from Spy Ring, by John Bullock and Henry Miller,
Copyright 1961 by John Bullock and Henry Miller. Reprinted by permission of Martin Seeker & Warburg Limited.

“The Agent the Soviets Wanted Caught,” from A Train of Powder by Rebecca West. Copyright 1953 by Rebecca West. Originally published in’ The New Yorker. Reprinted by permission of The Viking Press, Inc., and A. D. Peters & Co.

“The Atom Spy Who Had to Confess,” from “Klaus Fuchs” in The Traitors

© Revised Edition, by Alan Moorehead. Copyright 1952, 1957 by Alan Moorehead.
Reprinted by permission of Harper & Row, Publishers, and Hamish Hamilton, Ltd. The Tell-Tale Air,” from Handbook for Spies, by Alexander Foote. Copyright
© 1964 by Museum Press Ltd. Reprinted by permission of the publisher.

© “Crossing the Delaware,” from A Spy for Washington, by Leonard Falkner.
Copyright 1957 by Reader s Digest Association, Inc. Reprinted from American Heritage (August, 1957) by permission of The Readers Digest.

To Kill a Czar, from Aseff the Spy, by Boris Nikolajewsky, published by Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1934, and Hurst and Blackett, Ltd.

©“The Neutral Attache,” from An Agent in Place, by Thomas Whiteside. Copy-

right Inc.

1966 by Thomas Whiteside. Reprinted by permission of The Vikin°g Press,

The Clerk They Wouldn’t Believe,” from The Iron Curtain, by Igor Gouzenko. Copyright 1948 by Palm Publishers Press Services, Ltd. Reprinted by per-
© mission of E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., and Palm Publishers Press Services, Ltd. “Burma Farewell,” from Inside a Soviet Embassy, by Aleksandr Kaznacheev. Copyright 1962 by J. B. Lippincott Company. Reprinted by permission of the
publisher.

© “The Disappearing Fields,” from Red Pawn, by Flora Lewis. Copyright

1965 by “

Flora

Gruson.

Reprinted

by

permission

of

Doubleday

&

Company,

Inc.

„ BabyIon Falls Again>” fro™ Herodotus, English translation by A. D.’ Godley.

William Heinemann Ltd., London, 1963.

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“The Man Who Never Was,” by Ewen Montagu. Copyright 1953 by Walter
Louis D’Arcy Hart and Oliver Harry Frost. Reprinted by permission of B. LipJ.
pincott Company and Evans Brothers, London.

© * Overlord Goes Underground,” from The Tangled Web. Copyright 1963 by

The Editors of the Army Times. Reprinted by permission of Robert B. Luce Inc



’’

Washington, D.C.

© “A German Blunder,” from The Zimmermann Telegram, by Barbara W. Tuch-
man. Copyright 1958 by Barbara W. Tuchman. Reprinted by permission of The
Viking Press, Inc.

“Keeping a Secret,” from the “Marshall-Dewey Letters,” Life Magazine, December 17, 1945. Reprinted by courtesy of Life and The George C. Marshall Research Foundation, Lexington, Virginia.

©Eyes from the Sky,” from Air Spy, by Constance Babington-Smith. Copy-

right 1957 by Constance Babington-Smith. Reprinted by permission of Harper &

Row, Publishers.

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© “The Case of the Wayward Missile,” from Crossbow and Overcast by James
McGovern. Copyright 1964 by James McGovern. Reprinted by rpermission of William Morrow & Co., Inc.

©“Spying on the Winds,” from Men and Decisions, by Lewis L. Strauss. Copy-

right 1962 by Lewis L. Strauss. Reprinted by permission of Doubleday & Com-

pany, Inc.

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Last-Minute MAGIC, ’ from Pearl Harbor: Warning and Decision, by Roberta

VI / ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Wohlstetter. Copyright © 1962 by the Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford
Junior University. Reprinted by permission of Stanford University Press. “The Dark December,” abridged from Battles Lost and Won, by Hanson W.
© Baldwin. Copyright 1966 by Hanson W. Baldwin. Reprinted by permission of
Harper & Row, Publishers. Excerpt from Gen. S. L. A. Marshall’s review of Battles
© Lost and Won in the New York Times Book Review copyright 1966 by The New
York Times Company. Reprinted by permission.
©“The Venlo Incident,” from The Labyrinth, by Walter Schellenberg. Copy-
right 1956 by Harper & Row, Publishers. Reprinted by permission of Harper & Row, Publishers, and Andre Deutsch, Ltd.
“Assassin Disarmed by Love,” by John L. Steele, Life Magazine, September 7, 1962. Reprinted by permission of the author.
“The Archtraitor,” from The Story of Secret Service, by Richard Wilmer Rowan, published by Doubleday & Company, Inc. Copyright 1937 by Richard Wilmer Rowan. Reprinted by permission of Mrs. Richard Wilmer Rowan.
“London Calling North Pole,” by H. J. Giskes. Copyright 1949 by De Bizige Bij. Reprinted by permission of De Bezige Bij, g.a., Amsterdam.
“Prelude to Invasion,” from Sub Rosa, by Stewart Alsop and Thomas Braden. Copyright 1946 by Stewart Alsop and Thomas Braden. Reprinted by permission of Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc.

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