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Spycounterspy The autobiography of Dusko Popov [KINDLE] ❂ Spycounterspy The autobiography of Dusko Popov ❅ Dusko Popov – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Imaginez un jeune playboy plein dhumour à lallure élégante et désinvolte préférant à la politiue le luxe et les plaisirs ue lui offre la vie Imaginez maintenant ue cet homme devienne à la fois Imaginez un jeune playboy plein dhumour autobiography of PDF ☆ à lallure élégante et désinvolte préférant à la politiue le luxe et les plaisirs ue lui offre la vie Imaginez maintenant ue cet homme devienne à la fois lun des plus importants espions de lAbwehr le service secret nazi et une des pièces maîtresses du MI et MI des services secrets britanniuesImaginez encore ue Ian Fleming en croisant Dusko Popov au Portugal ait lidée de créer son personnage Spycounterspy The PDF \ de James Bond et la trame de son roman Casino RoyaleVous auriez peine à le croire et pourtant cette fabuleuse histoire ue nous raconte avec talent son auteur est parfaitement authentiue confirmée jusue dans les moindres détails par les documents des archives secrètes du MI récemment ouvertes au publicDurant toute la deuxième guerre mondiale de Berlin Londres Lisbonne Madrid et New York au risue de sa vie en grugeant de main de maître les Allemands Dusko The autobiography of Epub Ü Popov au nom de code de Tricycle pour les Anglais fut lun des investigateurs du « Double Cross System » le département de contre espionnage britanniueDusko Popov parvient également à prévoir les plans de lattaue aérienne des Japonais sur Pearl Harbor Au risue dêtre démasué il alerte J Edgar Hoover patron du FBI ui nen tient pas compteUn livre ui pourrait être un véritable roman daventures Un thriller un document vécu où surgissent à chaue page la sincérité lhumour la force de caractère dun homme ui par son courage a largement contribué au succès du débaruement des forces alliées en Normandie et à la défaite des armées nazies.

10 thoughts on “Spycounterspy The autobiography of Dusko Popov

  1. Horace Derwent Horace Derwent says:

    found this together with Summer Chills but i remember it was given to me by the owner of an old used foreign language bookshop which had been closed down in july 2016 really a nice old crispy book and a nice ol' lil' bookshop tragically 3 vertical cracks tore it on the spine thoroughly from falling i mean it's broken into 3 parts scheisse cazzoi use scotch tape glue marker and sandpaper etc to save books but i really can't repair an ass cracked book like this so any suggestion?

  2. Filip Gecic Filip Gecic says:

    An autobiography of a WWI double agent code name Tricycle whose life inspired Ian Fleming to create James Bond An amazing tale of counter espionage and events that not many people know about For instance it clearly shows how US intelligence was warned and new about the Pearl Harbor attack yet decided to ignore it Doesn’t history repeat itself with an alarming accuracy?

  3. David David says:

    Dusko Popov evidently knew Ian Fleming during WWII at the concourse of espionage at that time Lisbon Dusko was of course a self promoter by definition and was a counterspy Ian Fleming's character James Bond was based on Popov a charming rake who could get information like no one else could apparently It's a good book to read before starting a re read of Fleming's tales

  4. Larry Loftis Larry Loftis says:

    By publishing The Double Cross System in 1974 J C Masterman cracked the Official Secrets Act door allowing the greatest spy ever Dusko Popov to publish his memoirs two years later Because much was still classified Popov changed many names In addition since he had no access to still classified MI5 and FBI files much of his information is dischronologized or he mixed up names understandable writing from memory events that occurred 30 years prior As I point out in my book on Popov INTO THE LION'S MOUTH The True Story of Dusko Popov WWII Spy Patriot and the Real Life Inspiration for James Bond Berkley June 7 2016 Dusko made up the name of the man who killed his best friend Johnny Jebsen Popov wrote that his name was Walter Salzer which is fictitious Both I and Popov's son believe Dusko made the name up because he Dusko killed the Nazi days after the war had ended My book reveals the three possible men who would have killed Jebsen and the man I believe Popov killed And who said nonfiction was boring?

  5. Ruth Ruth says:

    A fascinating and true story from World War II

  6. Alan Cook Alan Cook says:

    Dusko Popov may or may not have been a model for James Bond He admits he's not sure although he did know Ian Fleming The Yugoslavian was definitely a playboy but he was also one of the most effective double agents in World War II His greatest accomplishment was helping to fool the Germans about the location of the D Day landing As a result Hitler kept many divisions away from the Normandy beaches and even after the landing began he still wouldn't move them because he was convinced that the real landing was going to be somewhere else Popov also had conclusive evidence that the Japanese were going to attack Pearl Harbor months before it happened He traveled to the US and told J Edgar Hoover The FBI was the only game in town then because the US didn't have an effective spy system yet Hoover had no interest in the information unless it gave him personal glory and Popov is convinced Hoover never passed the information on which could have prevented the carnage that occurred There were many plans afoot to unseat Hitler during the war but some sources thought it was better to not try to oust him because he was a bad military strategist often overruling his generals and his bungles helped lose the war In the last part of the book after the war ends Popov searches for his best friend who had been captured by the Germans with surprising results Contains information you won't find in all accounts of World War II

  7. Hyathin Hyathin says:

    In this enticing autobiography that reads like fiction you learn about the wartime life of Yugoslavian Dusko Popov the premier double agent during WWII Dusko's work for the British was on at least one occasion witnessed by Ian Fleming and he is thus considered to be part of the inspiration for the famous James Bond character The life of Popov is however much he might has enjoyed women and fast cars far interesting than any Bond storyAt one point Popov is sent to the US to set up a double cross system like the one he established with the British and is thoroughly not only ignored and disdained by Hoover but his work is actively suppressed Much like reading about Hoover in Taylor Branch's Parting the Waters I found myself infuriated with the man Yet again I wanted to reach through time and strangle him which is a rare reaction for meThe ending of Spy Counterspy is nothing short of intense disturbing and sobering showcasing some of the best and worst of humanity Knowing that this really happened and is no mere story makes it intimately powerful

  8. Carol Carol says:

    I read this book in 7th grade I thinkthat was a long time agoand I still remember lots of details of it It's an autobiography of a Polish ? man who was both a spy for the British and the Germans during WWII Supposedly Dusko Popov was the basis for Ian Fleming's James Bond and I could believe it One of the parts that stuck to me was all the information sent to the US through J Edgar Hoover whose description by Popov is amazing regarding Pearl Harbor The book is told in a novel type form so it makes it much readable and enjoyableI liked this book so much several years ago I found a copy online and bought it it's been years out of print but I couldn't find my copy Still want to get back to reading it again

  9. Steve Coscia Steve Coscia says:

    Interesting and detailed memoir of a WWII double agent This book filled in many blank spots in my WWII history knowledge Reinforces how the German Abwehr under Admiral Wilhelm Canaris was not 100% behind Hitler and the Nazi regime The Abwehr was less sophisticated than Great Britain's MI5 and MI6I found a used copy of this book in excellent shape for only 35 it's been out of print for years Highly recommended for WWII history buffs

  10. Jeff Crosby Jeff Crosby says:

    Popov is one of the probable models Fleming used for James Bond Popov was a Yugoslav who worked as a double agent for the British The most frustrating part of his story is his time in the US 1941 1942 when he delivered evidence to the FBI of an impending Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor Hoover and others dismissed Popov as a playboy and unreliable

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