Hitler's Traitor

Hitler's Traitor

Martin Bormann and the Defeat of the Reich

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Argues that evidence from newly opened Soviet archives proves that Werther, the most highly-placed Soviet agent in Nazi Germany, was really Martin Bormann, one of Hitler's most trusted aides.
Publisher: Novato, Calif. : Presido Press, [2000]
Copyright Date: ©2000
ISBN: 9780891417101
0891417109
Branch Call Number: 943.086092 B645
Characteristics: xi, 307 pages, 12 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm

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lindakettle Jan 24, 2012

Fascinating and easy read about the LUCY spy ring (Russians vs Nazi Germany) based in Switzerland, which was led by many women (!)

Excellent references and a very interesting portrayal of the link between the network's intelligence gathering and the Russian conduct of war on the eastern front.

The author's theory, that Martin Bormann was the traitor, is possible, but to my mind, not proven. Still, I spent many nights thinking about it, which is a desireable outcome.

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