From the Back Cover
"A fine work that demonstrates how the combined talents of the alliance produced a vastly superior intelligence product and shortened a fearsome war."--John Prados, author of Combined Fleet Decoded
"A cogent and valuable guide through the intelligence maze of the Second World War."--Bradley F. Smith, author of Sharing Secrets with Stalin: How the Allies Traded Intelligence, 1941-1945
"Demands the attention of everyone interested in the strategic, operational, and technological history of World War II."--Kenneth J. Hagan, author of This People's Navy: The Making of American Sea Power
"Essential reading for anyone interested in intelligence during the Second World War."--John Ferris, author of Intelligence and Strategy
"Filled with strikingly original insights."--Edward J. Drea, author of MacArthur's ULTRA: Codebreaking in the War against Japan, 1942-1945
About the Author
Alan Harris Bath served in the U.S. Navy from 1951 through 1983. His assignments included commanding officer, Fleet Intelligence Center, Europe and Atlantic; deputy director for intelligence, U.S. European Command; and commanding officer, U.S. Naval Investigative Service, Pacific Area.