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on 28 July 1999
"Fortitude" is in essence the after-action report of the deception operations used in conjunction with the Normandy landings. Such a primary source makes it a worthwhile addition to any WWII historians library. However, the text would benefit from additional appendices and footnotes that take advantage of the declassification of Ultra, and some of SOE's activities. For example, when the author uses the term "Most Secret means" this is likely a reference to Bletchley intercepts. All in all, a good reference-Recommended.
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