The Maier Files | The Service - Der Dienst
So startling and dramatic are these memoirs, the entire history of World War II will have to be rewritten because of them. Gehlen's revelations cannot fail to embarrass governments, cast doubts on famous leaders and causes, frighteningly underscore the fantastic power of espionage in world affairs.
Gehlen, der dienst, BND, CIA, secret services, espionage, cold war, WW2
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The Service – Der Dienst

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Reinhard Gehlen Der Dienst

So startling and dramatic are these memoirs, the entire history of World War II will have to be rewritten because of them. Gehlen’s revelations cannot fail to embarrass governments, cast doubts on famous leaders and causes, frighteningly underscore the fantastic power of espionage in world affairs. The Service is the memoir of General Reinhard Gehlen, legendary spymaster-in-chief, Hitler’s head of military espionage in Russia who, as the war ended, transferred his mammoth files and network of spies to the service of the United States, ultimately to become chief of the official West German intelligence agency.

 

 

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books, conspiracy, history, secret service, secrets
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Cold War, communism, conspiracy, history, secret, secret services, socialism, WW2