Everything you need to understand or teach A Man Called Intrepid by William Stephenson.
A Man Called Intrepid, by William Stevenson, is the fascinating story of William Stephenson and his British Intelligence that functioned out of New York during World War II. Stephenson was code named Intrepid as was his operation, the British Security Coordination, which remained based in New York until September 1945.
Stephenson had served in World War I and become interested in electronics and communications. He was one of the first to form public broadcasting companies like the British Broadcasting Company (BBC). By the time of World War II, he had extensive business holdings around the world. He watched the situation in Nazi Germany develop and watched their gains in science and technology. He and others were appalled at Chamberlain's policy of appeasement— he could see the need for information and a source to interpret, analyze and coordinate that information. Businessmen, like himself, who traveled and has business dealings...
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