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A Man Called Intrepid: The Secret War - Chapter 35-38 Summary & Analysis

William Stephenson
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Chapter 35-38 Summary and Analysis

The Vichy French ran their own activities from their Washington embassy. They occupied two islands in the St. Lawrence which they captured in December 1941. Roosevelt decided to recognize the Vichy French who were the Free French supporters of General Charles de Gaulle.

CYNTHIA was an American agent who had been recruited by the BSC. Married to British diplomat Arthur Pack, they were stationed in Warsaw. She formed liaisons with members of Poland's Foreign Service and was able to obtain information about the Heydrich Enigma. After Warsaw, the Packs were assigned to Chile and in 1940, CYNTHIA was sent to New York and then to Washington DC. She resumed an affair with an old lover, Admiral Alberto Lais and obtained the Italian naval ciphers. One day a Mr. Williams appeared at her apartment, and she realized that he was Bill Stephenson. He needed her to...

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