A Man Called Intrepid: The Secret War - Chapter 26-27 Summary & Analysis

William Stephenson
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Hitler's invasion of Russia was coded Barbarossa. Donovan, Stephenson and Roosevelt went to the Caribbean where Roosevelt was vacationing. Both Donovan and Stephenson went on to London. Donovan was seen; Stephenson was not. Donovan had German agents tailing him. Donovan was checking to see if there was any value to trying to strengthen the British in the Mediterranean.

The British had warned Stalin, but he didn't believe them and they couldn't reveal the source of their information. Churchill had a plan to delay Hitler's scheduled invasion, and Donovan went to Eastern Europe to put it in place. He met with King Boris of Bulgaria and got a short delay in German troops being able to pass freely through. In Belgrade, Prince Regent Paul was told that the Germans would only pass through on their way to invade Russia, and the prince was an...

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