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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Operation Fortitude' was the ingenious web of deception spun by the Allies to mislead the Nazis as to how and where the D-Day landings were to be mounted.

Operation Fortitude was the code name for a World War II military deception employed by the Allied nations as part of an overall deception strategy (code named Bodyguard) during the build-up to the 1944 Normandy landings

Operation Fortitude was the code name for a World War II military deception employed by the Allied nations as part of an overall deception strategy (code named Bodyguard) during the build-up to the 1944 Normandy landings. Fortitude was divided into two sub-plans, North and South, with the aim of misleading the German high command as to the location of the invasion.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The success of D-Day was made possible by those not even present on the Normandy beaches. General Patton spent D-Day on British shores commanding a phantom army.

Operation Fortitude was intended to create the false impression that the Normandy . Joshua Levine's compilation is enthralling and breathtaking'. Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers.

Operation Fortitude was intended to create the false impression that the Normandy landings were merely a feint to disguise a massive forthcoming invasion by this American force in the Pas de Calais. In other words, the success of D-Day - the beginning of the end of the Second World War - was made possible by the efforts of men and women who were not present on the Normandy beaches. Chris Powling, Classic FM Guestlist.

Operation Fortitude was intended to create the false impression that the Normandy landings were merely a feint to disguise a massive forthcoming invasion by this . Operation Fortitude - Joshua Levine. In other words, the success of D-Day – the beginning of the end of the Second World War – was made possible by the efforts of men and women who were not present on the Normandy beaches. The story of the spy. Operation that saved d-day.

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Operation Fortitude was the ingenious web of deception spun by the Allies to mislead the Nazis as to how and where the D-Day landings were to be mounted. One of the most creative intelligence operations of all time' – Kim Philby The story of how this web was woven is one of intrigue, personal drama, ground-breaking techniques, internal resistance, and good fortune. It is a tale of double agents, black radio broadcasts, phantom armies, 'Ultra' decrypts, and dummy parachute drops.

Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780007395873.

Operation Fortitude : The Story Of The Spies And The Spy Operation That Saved D-Day. By (author) Joshua Levine.

'Operation Fortitude' was the ingenious web of deception spun by the Allies to mislead the Nazis as to how and where the D-Day landings were to be mounted.

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ISBN13: 978-0007395873

ISBN: 0007395876

Author: Joshua Levine

Category: History

Subcategory: Military

Language: English

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers; UK ed. edition (March 1, 2012)

Pages: 336 pages

ePUB size: 1857 kb

FB2 size: 1114 kb

Rating: 4.4

Votes: 989

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Groll
Disappointed,,,,thought my husband would love this book. Okay, maybe I am more into WW2, the Big One, as my Dad would say. So, I'll read it.....hubby couldn't get half way into it!
Groll
Disappointed,,,,thought my husband would love this book. Okay, maybe I am more into WW2, the Big One, as my Dad would say. So, I'll read it.....hubby couldn't get half way into it!
Daigami
The book is good. It is a bit long winded getting up to D-Day itself and the recruitment of the agents has been done
better in other books. I would recommend it though for anyone interested in the subject.
Daigami
The book is good. It is a bit long winded getting up to D-Day itself and the recruitment of the agents has been done
better in other books. I would recommend it though for anyone interested in the subject.
happy light
A fantastic read! - I saw two presentations by J. Levine this summer and he is absolutely fantastic!
happy light
A fantastic read! - I saw two presentations by J. Levine this summer and he is absolutely fantastic!
Whitescar
Finally the true and complete story can be told. Unfortunately, Americans don't know or appreciate what England had to resort to in saving their country and the free world as well. A must read for anyone who has an interest in history and/or WWII.
Whitescar
Finally the true and complete story can be told. Unfortunately, Americans don't know or appreciate what England had to resort to in saving their country and the free world as well. A must read for anyone who has an interest in history and/or WWII.
Leniga
I am a highschooler currently writing a 12 page term paper on this very subject, the deception tactics of world war 2. This book is very well researched with great details and had just about everything I needed. It even inludes a section of relevant pictures and documents of the era about the section, although I wish it had more of this, the book itself is great. Definitely worth a read either just for pleasure or for research
Leniga
I am a highschooler currently writing a 12 page term paper on this very subject, the deception tactics of world war 2. This book is very well researched with great details and had just about everything I needed. It even inludes a section of relevant pictures and documents of the era about the section, although I wish it had more of this, the book itself is great. Definitely worth a read either just for pleasure or for research
Wel
A must read for anyone interested in wwii history. This book shows the extent that the british went to (despite not much help from the americans) to ensure the allies success of the d day landings. It is well written and goes into great detail to describe the characters and events leading to the nazi confusion of where an allied landing was taking place. It is a side of wwii history that i knew little about until this book. Cant say enough about it, except to read it for yourself.
Wel
A must read for anyone interested in wwii history. This book shows the extent that the british went to (despite not much help from the americans) to ensure the allies success of the d day landings. It is well written and goes into great detail to describe the characters and events leading to the nazi confusion of where an allied landing was taking place. It is a side of wwii history that i knew little about until this book. Cant say enough about it, except to read it for yourself.