A Man Called Intrepid: The Secret War - Chapter 47-49 Summary & Analysis

William Stephenson
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People throughout occupied Europe looked to London for help, since the American command was also located there. They helped where they could and sent what information they could. The BSC had to keep them supplied with radios.

London was being hit with German rocket bombs. Radar would warn them of the attacks. The Allies needed one of the rockets to develop a counter weapon. A group in Poland tampered with some rockets' radio guidance system and they were able to retrieve the V-1. The British sent a plane to retrieve it. There was a one-to-one ratio of rockets to people killed. Just as they became effective in stopping the V-1s, the more powerful V-2s appeared. The Americans and British bombed the V-2 launching sites.

In Chapter 48, it was decided not to destroy the Copenhagen lab or Bohr or it would have...

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