"Bodyguard of Lies" by Anthony C. Brown

This new stand alone release based on the legendary War in the Pacific from 2 by 3 Games adds significant improvements and changes to enhance game play, improve realism, and increase historical accuracy. With dozens of new features, new art, and engine improvements, War in the Pacific: Admiral's Edition brings you the most realistic and immersive WWII Pacific Theater wargame ever!

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"Bodyguard of Lies" by Anthony C. Brown

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I recently bought this book. I had received this as a gift from my parents in the mid-70s when I was in high school, but had lost it. It was only $23 for this 800 page masterpiece. In my early love of WW2, I was very focused on the European theater. It is refreshing my memory on Ultra and how much the Enigma machine was the key to victory there. Anybody else have this classic?
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ORIGINAL: ny59giants

I recently bought this book. I had received this as a gift from my parents in the mid-70s when I was in high school, but had lost it. It was only $23 for this 800 page masterpiece. In my early love of WW2, I was very focused on the European theater. It is refreshing my memory on Ultra and how much the Enigma machine was the key to victory there. Anybody else have this classic?
Have not read it, but the premise causes me to wonder what will happen to the USA in the next 10 years of intel.
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Looked it up, $1000 for the audio version!
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I have it. I used to take a train back and forth to work in the early 80's and it was among the books I read during the period. I don't recall all the particulars but it was an eye-opener about Operation Fortitude.
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