Secrets, Lies, Gizmos, and Spies

Secrets, Lies, Gizmos, and Spies

A History of Spies and Espionage

Book - 2006
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'Secrets, Lies, Gizmos and Spies' is the secret history of spies and espionage throughout the ages. From the Trojan War to World War II, from James Bond to Austin Powers, all aspiring special agents will learn the unbelievable and unpredictable stories of the world's most famous spies, artful deceptions and classified operations. Featuring numerous photographs of disguised weapons, astonishing gadgets, tools and documents, as well as a guide to key terms, timeline, and two interviews with real spies, this heavily illustrated volume brings the death-defying stories of spies, moles and double agents to life. Heroes, villains or traitors - you decide!
Publisher: Gosford, N.S.W. : 2006
ISBN: 9781865049892
Branch Call Number: JNF 327.12 COLE
Characteristics: 113 p. : ill. ; 26 cm


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Aug 28, 2012

Makes you wonder how espionage gets anything done at all, with all the turncoats, etc.

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