Desperate deception : British covert operations in the United States, 1939-44 / Thomas E. Mahl
- [Brassey's intelligence & national security library]
Brassey's intelligence & national security library.
- Washington [D.C.] : Brassey's, ©1998
Includes bibliographical references (pages 203-245) and index
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It was a desperate time for England. Faced with the growing prospect of war with Germany in 1939, the British government mounted a massive secret political campaign in the United States to weaken the isolationists, bring America into World War II, and then influence U.S. war policy in England's favor. Desperate Deception reveals Britain's widespread use of front groups, agents, and collaborators and shows how its agents manipulated polling data and influenced election campaigns. This eye-opening book details a vast program that not only helped change the course of the war but also the face of American politics.
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