A Man Called Intrepid: The Secret War - Study Guide Chapter 15-17 Summary & Analysis

William Stephenson
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Churchill made several trips to France while the Germans were invading. In London he tells Parliament that they will never negotiate or surrender. Meanwhile, the operations at Bletchley are still producing ULTRA reports.

Stephenson wanted to bring American intelligence agents into Bletchley. He was working on electronic computers that would aid in the code breaking. Churchill appoints him the director of His Majesty's Secret Intelligence Services and gives him a great deal of latitude in performing his duties. The organization was known as the BSC or British Security Coordination and it established headquarters in New York City.

Hitler failed to crush the British troops in France because of Bletchely correctly analyzing and anticipating German plans. Hitler wanted the Royal Air Force destroyed before invading England and German troop positions indicated that they would soon invade England. This made Stephenson's BSC in New York...

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