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by Breuer, William B.

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TitleMacArthur's undercover war : spies, saboteurs, guerrillas and secret missions
Author / Responsible partyBreuer, William B.
TopicsHistory. War stories. World War, 1939-1945 -- Secret service -- Pacific Area. World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- Pacific Area. World War, 1939-1945 -- Military intelligence -- Pacific Area.
Intended AudienceAdult
PublisherVision Australia Information Library Service


The covert war General Douglas MacArthur waged against Japanese forces in the Pacific arena was the largest undercover operation ever undertaken. Here, for the first time, is the complete story of the legendary exploits and heroism of the thousands of courageous individuals who fought as spies, guerrillas, propagandists, and saboteurs behind enemy lines. In an action-packed narrative, MacArthur's Undercover War tells of thrilling feats of valor and derring-do - impossible missions to blow up harbors, kidnap heads of state, undermine currency, and arrange prison escapes, all deep within enemy territory. Firsthand interviews with veterans and information from previously unpublished documents reveal a riveting tale of World War II that has never been fully told.

Additional Information

System control numberVA14008
Original Print PublisherNew York ; Brisbane : J. Wiley and Sons, 1995.
NarratorRay Mittag.
Narrator NameRay Mittag.
Participant or performer noteRay Mittag.
Narrators GenderMale narrator