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Author Name    Hohne, Heinz and Hermann Zolling.

Title   The General Was a Spy: The Truth About General Ghlen -- 20th Century Superspy, Who Served Hitler, the CIA and West Germany. Introduction by Hugh Trevor Roper. Preface to the American Edition by Andrew Tully.

Publisher    New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, Inc., 1972. First American Edition.

Seller ID   17501scs

Octavo, bllue cloth (hardcover), gilt letters, xxxiv, 3437 pp. Near-Fine, with former-owner stamp, in a like dust jacket. lIlustrated with Photographs, Documents, and Maps. Tells the electrifying story of General Reinhard Gehlen, twentieth-century Nazi superspy who served in turn three masters: Adolf Hitler, the CIA, and the West German Federal Republic; the complete account of his rise and fall as one of the most powerful and ominous figures on the postwar international political and intelligence scene.

Price = 10.00 USD



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