DAYBREAK IN IRAN A Story of the German Intelligence Service

By: Shulze-Holthus

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In late spring of 1941 the German Military Intelligence Division sent one of its section chiefs Dr. Shulze-Holthus to Tabriz on a mission which was considered a vital one to the German government. He was to obtain up to date intelligence information on the region of Eastern Caucasia. This is Dr. Shulze-Holthus first hand account of that mission.

Title: DAYBREAK IN IRAN A Story of the German Intelligence Service

Author Name: Shulze-Holthus

Illustrator: Translated By Mervyn Savill

Categories: - HITLER, - GERMANY, - PERSONAL RECOUNTS OF WAR/SOCIAL COMMENT, - SPIES, ESPIONAGE, MI5, CIA, MI6, KGB, - WORLD WAR 11,

Edition: 1st English

Publisher: Staples Press Limited London: 1954

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Good

Size: 20 Cm

Seller ID: 2012526

Keywords: World War 11, Second World War, Shulze-Holthus, Spies, Espionage,