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A Man Called Lucy, Accoce, Pierre And Quet, Pierre

Author Name    Accoce, Pierre And Quet, Pierre

Book Title   A Man Called Lucy

Binding (hardback, paperback, etc.)   Hardcover

Book Condition   Very Good in Very Good dust jacket

Edition   First American Edition; First Impression

Publisher's Name   New York Coward Mccann 1967

Seller ID or SKU   61827

Book and dust in excellent condition, looks never read. Roessler became a Russian Spy. Roessler's information came straight from the German High command. He would get radio contact from the Official Broadcasting Center of the Oberkommando der Wehrmacht. The information was given to a transmitter who only knew Roessler by his call number "RAHS." Any information regarding the German army was preceded by "Werther" "Olga" for the Air Force. His information contained troop movements, invasion timetables, production statistics, casualty counts, and loss of equipment for each battle. Often, his information was transmitted to the Russians before the German units received orders. The amount of information Rudolf Roessler sent over the course of five years to Russia could fill about 40 average length books. That is about 5,500 messages or 5 messages a day for 3 years, or approximately 129 messages a month. Russia used the information to wage psychological warfare. This was an unqualified success, and many German soldiers suffered mental breakdowns as a result. ; WWII spy Rudolf Roessler; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 250 pages

Spy  WWII 

Price = 11.97 USD


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