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Purchased by the Acquisition Committee

Purchased by the Acquisition Committee

One of the books purchased was an uncorrected proof copy of “American Espionage: From the Secret Service to CIA.”

Three books dealt with German Secret Service espionage activities and conspiracies in the U.S. during both WW I and WW II, to include German wireless operations.

The last and perhaps the most interesting book was “Spies and Scouts of the North and South” during the Civil War, to include the use of secret codes and ciphers.