"Are you willing to undertake a dangerous mission for the United States knowing in advance you may never return alive?"
Operatives for the Office of Strategic Services carried out pressing and perilous assignments during World War II. They were sent to Germany and Japan…to Casablanca and Tibet...to anywhere and everywhere that they were needed. <P>Raymond Edward Johnson, Karl Weber, Ross Martin, Lili Darvas, Dolly Haas, and more star in these sixteen true to life tales, where sometimes the heroes are betrayed and sometimes the good guys die.
Includes a Program Guide by radio historian Karl Schadow.
The Button 05-07-50; The Trojan Horse 05-28-50; The Brenner Pass Story 06-04-50; The People in the Forest 06-11-50; The Kachin Story 06-18-50; Direct Line to Bombers 06-25-50; The Eyes of Buddha 07-02-50; The Trap 07-09-50; The Secret Box 07-23-50; The Swastika on the Windmill 07-30-50; Recommendation from Rommel 08-06-50; The Roof of the World 08-13-50; Norwegian Incident 08-20-50; The Black Radio 08-27-50; War of Words 09-01-50; Overground Railroad 09-08-50
8 CDs - Approx. 8 Hours
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A great history lesson! for any age. Twas not just the military that fought the war. Civilians in many nations did what they could behind the scenes. Many died, but their actions led to victory
Not what I expected. These are kind of rinky dink. Would not buy again.
Little known short lived espionage series was a real gem. Too bad it only lasted 24 episodes due to lack of sponsorship. The story lines and acting were first rate.
As always I received my order in great time. Can’t wait to order again