A Man Called Intrepid: The Secret War - Chapter 43-44 Summary & Analysis

William Stephenson
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After TORCH, relations between British and American intelligence were some what strained. Hoover tells Stephenson that his request for information about subversion wasn't answered and blamed it on Communist sympathizers. At this time, Soviet spy Kim Philby worked at British Intelligence in a sensitive position. Hoover knew something was wrong but did not know what. Stephenson also knew that things were being sabotaged in London. Philby's purpose was to force a wedge between the BSC and the OSS.

The British and Americans were trying to prevent Hitler from developing the atomic bomb. They wanted to bring scientist Niels Bohr out of German occupied Denmark.

Chapter Forty-four reveals that there was a race to control the first atomic bomb. Bohr and others were working in Copenhagen. This kind of work was also taking place in the United States, Britain and Russia. Hitler had a...

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