William Stephenson is a Canadian who first began his military career with the Royal Canadian Engineers in World War 1. A mustard gas attack weakened Stephensons' lungs, but his desire to continue to serve saw him become a member of the Royal Flying Corps.
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As World War 2 loomed, the highly intelligent and well-connected Stephenson, along with American William Donovan, would found a spy network that would work to stall the Nazi war machine. Franklin D. Roosevelt and Sir Winston Churchill are among those world leaders who would work in confidence with Stephenson and benefit from his work.
Thsi book describes the infamous 'Camp X' spy training center in Ontario Canada; countless tales of assassinations, clandestine activities, guerrilla armies, resistance support, and suicide missions.
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