Assignment Algiers: With the OSS in the Mediterranean Theater
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Assignment Algiers: With the OSS in the Mediterranean Theater

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Princeton grad Erasmus Kloman was undergoing Army training at Fort Bragg in 1943 when, due to his passing knowledge of French, he was interviewed for potential involvement in "a highly confidential activity." The interview culminated in the question, "Would you be willing to volunteer for hazardous duty behind enemy lines?" He signed up for duty with the newly formed Offic...more
Hardcover, 126 pages
Published April 1st 2005 by US Naval Institute Press
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