A Man Called Intrepid: The Secret War - Study Guide Chapter 31-34 Summary & Analysis

William Stephenson
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Stephenson's attention turns to Latin America and the aid it was providing to the Nazis. Brazil was being used as the base for operations against the United States. Stephenson's intelligence agency decides to discredit some of the people involved by planting forged letters and documents implicating them in a plot against President Vargas, President of Brazil. The operation was successful.

Bill Donovan had been appointed as head of the Office of the Coordinator of Information in July 1941. This angered Hoover who began to cause problems for the BSC. Stephenson tried to appease Hoover by sharing more information with him.

Chapter Thirty-Two, German agents are active in Mexico but have run out of money. Their operations had been very successful but were very expensive. Hoover alerted the BSC that Italian diplomats were transferring large sums of money to Mexico. Stephenson had one-third of the...

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