WWI and WWII: Wild Bill Donovan: The Spymaster Who Created the OSS and Modern American Espionage - Douglas Waller

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The Office of Strategic Services (OSS) was the predecessor to the CIA and influential to the development of U.S. Special Forces. These were true secret agents, gathering intelligence on the Axis powers as spies and fighting behind enemy lines as soldiers. Douglas Waller introduces us to the former Medal of Honor winning soldier and Wall Street lawyer picked by FDR to lead the OSS. The man they called äÌÄåÝÌÄåWild BilläÌÄåݝ was a true maverick fighting the war against the Axis as well as the Generals in the Pentagon. His legacy lives on in the CIA; incredible successes and occasionally spectacular failures.

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