[BOOK REVIEW] The Spy Net: The Greatest Intelligence Operations of the First World War

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Title: The Spy Net Author: Henry Landau Genre: Political Science Publisher: Biteback Publishing Release Date: August 4, 2015 Pages: 368 The ‘White Lady’ spy net stretched across Europe, encompassing more than 1,000 agents and producing 70 per cent of Allied intelligence on the German forces in the First World War. Through sheer ingenuity, it maintained […]

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[BOOK REVIEW] The Missing Gospels: Unearthing the Truth Behind Alternative Christianities

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Title: The Missing Gospels Author: Darrell L. Bock Genre: Religion Publisher: Harper Collins Release Date: October 7, 2007 Pages: 260 IS JESUS WHO YOU THINK HE IS? Perhaps you’ve heard the recent buzz about “alternative Christianities” and “new gospels.” Speculations have shown up in magazines, documentaries, popular fiction, and even on the big screen. Much […]

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[BOOK REVIEW] Mossad: The Greatest Missions of the Israeli Secret Service

Title: Mossad Author: Michael Bar-Zohar, Nissim Mishal, Genre: History Publisher: Ecco Release Date: October 30, 2012 Pages: 400 Drawn from intensive research and exclusive interviews with Israeli leaders and Mossad agents, a history of the most enigmatic intelligence service in the world brings to life the heroic operatives who risked everything in the face of […]

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[BOOK REVIEW] The Berlin Wall: August 13, 1961 – November 9, 1989

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Title: The Berlin Wall Author: Frederick Taylor Genre: History Publisher: A&C Black Release Date: August 2, 2012 Pages: 752 The appearance of a hastily-constructed barbed wire entanglement through the heart of Berlin during the night of 12-13 August 1961 was both dramatic and unexpected. Within days, it had started to metamorphose into a structure that […]

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