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Thomas Kendrick MI6 infiltrator concocted a top-secret operation at the dawn of World War II. German prisoner cells were to be installed with listeners and bugged behind the walls in an effort to record their intimate conversations. The success of this mission paved the way for similar set ups across three sites, it provided the Allied forces with invaluable insight into the advancements and ambitions of Nazi technology.
In this rarely sought-out history, Helen Fry presents us with inner set up of this highly skilled and extremely risky, bugging operation. Fry takes us through the journey of how we accessed Hitlers closely kept secrets, from those most entrusted to hold them.