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Wan Design By Soe San
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This book is for network engineer and also student who are learn about computer networking.
SOE GROUP B SABOTAGE TRAINING HANDBOOK By Bernard O'Connor
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Following the outbreak of war in 1939, the British Intelligence Services needed a school to train agents to be infiltrated behind enemy lines in occupied Europe. Brickendonbury Manor was... More > requisitioned and run by the Secret Intelligence Service's D Section. They already had training schools in Palestine. With the formation of the Special Operations Executive in July 1940, they took over the training and Brickendonbury specialised in sabotage. George Rheam, described as the father of industrial sabotage, and fellow instructors prepared a handbook which was used by SOE trainers in similar schools overseas. Bernard O'Connor, author of numerous books on World War Two sabotage, provides a detailed foreword.< Less
Bilingual Folktales from Burlington Kids By Arpana Adhikari et al.
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Folktales from Nepal, Burma, and Thailand rewritten by elementary school students at the Sustainability Academy at Lawrence Barnes in Burlington, Vermont, and translated into students' home languages
Mannerling:An Honorable Betrayal By W. W. Anderton
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American OSS agent is used as a stalking horse to draw out an SS General who is on the verge of discovering the identity of a deep British agent.Unknown to the American and his team another agent has... More > been sent to kill the SS General.< Less
Mannerling:An Honorable Betrayal By W. W. Anderton
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American OSS agent is used as a stalking horse to draw out an SS General who is on the verge of discovering the identity of a deep British agent.Unknown to the American and his team another agent has... More > been sent to kill the SS General.< Less
The Accidental Agent By Robbie Robinson
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It's the summer of 1940. When a much loved brother, a Hurricane pilot, is reported missing, his sister decides to investigate. The story moves from the south of England to occupied France, and back... More > again.< Less
The Accidental Agent By Robbie Robinson
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It's the summer of 1940. When a much loved brother, a Hurricane pilot, is reported missing, his sister decides to investigate. The story moves from the south of England to occupied France, and back... More > again.< Less
The Accidental Agent By Robbie Robinson
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It's the summer of 1940. When a much loved brother, a Hurricane pilot, is reported missing, his sister decides to investigate. The story moves from southern England to occupied France, and back again.
The Italian Mission By Robert Richardson
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Geraldine Ewing is recruited and trained to operate as an undercover agent in wartime Italy. Captured by the Gestapo and tortured, her team leader has a personal reason to set up a complex operation... More > to release her and get her out of the country, with the Germans doing the utmost to prevent her escape.< Less
Runways to Freedom By Robert Body
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The Nazi occupation of much of Western Europe in early 1940 posed many challenges for the British Secret Services. A high priority was to find an effective means of infiltrating and exfiltrating... More > agents and, later, reliable methods for supplying the growing resistance movements with arms and ammunition. The work fell outside the normal duties of RAF squadrons so, in March 1940, RAF Tempsford in Bedfordshire became the base for No.138 (SD) Squadron and No. 161 (SD) Squadrons. Flying mainly by the light of the full moon, these two squadrons operated throughout the length and breadth of Western Europe, delivering agents and supplies. Without the agents the secret services would have been hamstrung, and without the supplies the resistance movements would have been unable to participate in the armed struggle. By the end of the war, the Squadrons had, between them, lost in excess of 600 men. THIS IS THEIR STORY.< Less

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