"Exposes Hoover's counterintelligence missteps and his repeated refusales to cooperated with and learn from experienced Allied espionage experts. It also provides a long list of unsung FBI heroes who fought the Axis threat from Canada to the tip of Argentina."—America in WWII
"Hoover's Secret War against Axis Spies
is a monumental book, breaking new ground in the field of secret intelligence. . . . Chronicles the Bureau's struggle to become America's leading intelligence service from Pearl Harbor to Hiroshima and beyond."—World War II
"A splendid account of the FBI's contribution to victory in World War II."—Washington Times
About the Author
Raymond J. Batvinis, former Supervisory Special Agent for the FBI and Executive Director of the J. Edgar Hoover Foundation, is the author The Origins of FBI Counterintelligence, also from Kansas. He teaches at The George Washington University, Mercyhurst University, and the Institute of World Politics.