British Intelligence and the Nazi Recruit

Tyas, Stephen
September 2004
History Today;Sep2004, Vol. 54 Issue 9, p2
Offers observation on one case of espionage that involves SS-Major Horst Kopkow, a former senior officer of national security police headquarters in Germany. Background of Kopkow; Explanation on the radio playback game; Major example of a playback game that Kopkow had.


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