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Op. JB The Last Great Secret of the Second world War Hardcover – 2 Sep 1996
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During the 1930s, the Nazi Party looted thousands of pounds, hiding the proceeds in secret accounts. The key to getting it back lay with Nazi treasurer, Martin Bormann. This book tells the story of Ian Fleming's raid to snatch Bormann out of Berlin. Creighton led a commando raid into the city.
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This is what I took from reading the book. The book is about "Operation James Bond" in which Martin Bormann, the dude with the money, was fled out of Berlin.
The author "Christopher Creighton" is known with his real name as John Ainsworth-Davis, and the forerunner to the "Operation James Bond" is described in the book "The Mountbatten Report". Here you can read how is was used at the age of 15 already as a spy from the likes of Winston Churchill and Major Desmond Morton.
Read both books, it is worth it. True History.
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