Garbo: The Spy who Saved D-Day

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Public Record Office, 2000 - History - 410 pages
This is a reproduction of the MI5 file on Juan Maria Pujol, the Spanish double-agent known as Garbo. Garbo fed German military intelligence with false information about the Normandy landings, leading them to believe that the attack was a diversionary one, with the real one taking place at Calais.

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PREFACE
37
GARBOs introduction to the Germans
44
GARBO in Lisbon and his excursions
51
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Secret History Files is an exciting series from The National Archives that puts covert history in readers' hands. Dossiers previously classified as 'Top Secret' are now available, with an explanatory introduction and background analysis by expert historians.

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