Item Details

The German Spy System in France

translated from the French of Paul Lanoir, by an English officer
Format
Book
Published
London : Mills & Boon, Limited [1914?]
Language
English
French (translated from)
Uniform Title
Espionnage Allemand En France English
Description
[4], 128 p. ; 19 cm.
Notes
  • Translation of: L'espionnage allemand en France.
  • "This book was written in 1908 with the object of arousing the French author's fellow-countrymen to a sense of the dangers threatening them. ... two things will be irresistibly borne in on the [English] reader; these are, first, the undeniable feasibility of applying these, and similar methods, under present conditions in England; and, secondly, the enormous advantage such practices confer on a nation contemplating offensive war. The Translator" -- Preface to the English edition.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Original pictorial orance cloth.Purchased for the Bruccoli Great War Collection, with the Robert & Virginia Tunstall Trust Fund, 2001/2002.
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