A Man Called Intrepid: The Secret War - Chapter 22-25 Summary & Analysis

William Stephenson
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Stephenson flew to England monthly during this time. This could be dangerous since many planes were shot down, but he needed to meet with Churchill and others. Churchill realized there was no way to force Roosevelt's hand in entering the war. The declaration could only come from Congress.

Chapter Twenty-Three indicates the growth of the Intrepid network. Stephenson had established a variety of satellite bases. One was the Bermuda Station in the Caribbean. They basically functioned as a miniature Bletchley, providing Hoover and Stephenson with intercepted messages. This led to the arrest of many German agents and smugglers as well as Hitler's plans for Latin America.

The British had laboratories under several hotels. Many ships headed for Lisbon stopped at Bermuda since it was on the transatlantic routes. They recovered reports written in invisible ink concerning troop and weapons movements. The Germans had...

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