Discover the secrets behind some of the real-life deceptions that turned the tide of World War II. Meet double-crossing secret agents like Arthur Owens (code-named Snow), who spied for both the Nazis and the British! Witness airborne assaults by daredevils such as Otto "Scarface" Skorzeny, "the most dangerous man in Europe". The 19 true stories in this title reveal the heroes and villains behind some of the most creative strategies ever devised in warfare.
Stephen Shapiro is the recipient of the Canadian War Museum History Award for his essay "The Battle for Queenston Heights: A Critical Point for Canada." Tina Forrester is a researcher and writer on a broad spectrum of subjects. Her previous works include "The Millennium Time Capsule Book." David Craig's previous works include the dramatic illustrations in the children's book "Attack on Pearl Harbor" and "First to Fly: How Wilbur and Orville Wright Invented the Airplane."