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Thu Oct 16 17:56:40 2014 UTClccn-n920215400.08A foreign field0.180.26Forgotten fatherland : the search for Elisabeth Nietzsche /39453414Ben_Macintyren 920215403119107Mac Intyre, BenMc Intyre, BenMcIntyre, BenMcintyre, Ben 1963-マッキンタイアー, ベンlccn-n50004182Montagu, Ewen1901-1985lccn-n79006861Great BritainRoyal Navylccn-n2006093862Chapman, Eddielccn-n2001025204Digby, Robertlccn-n50047694Philby, Kim1912-1988lccn-n93090642Harlan, Josiah1799-1871np-dessenne, claireDessenne, Clairenp-dessenne, heleneDessenne, Hélènelccn-n97002017Worth, Adam1844-1902lccn-n84162258Förster-Nietzsche, Elisabeth1846-1935Macintyre, Ben1963-HistoryBiographyMilitary historyCriticism, interpretation, etcPersonal narratives‡vBritishWar storiesGreat BritainSecret serviceWorld War (1939-1945)SpiesDeceptionMilitary campaignsEspionageMilitary intelligenceDeception (Military science)EuropeOperation MincemeatGermanyMontagu, Ewen,Spain--Atlantic CoastItaly--SicilyGreat Britain.--Royal NavyChapman, EddieWorld War (1914-1918)Missing in actionPrisoners of warFrance--NormandyDigby, RobertFrance--Villeret (Aisne)United StatesPhilby, Kim,Harlan, Josiah,AmericansAfghanistanKings and rulersEspionage, SovietDessenne, HélèneDessenne, ClaireThievesWorth, Adam,Bank robberiesEnglandImmigrantsParaguay--Nueva GermaniaGermansFörster-Nietzsche, Elisabeth,Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm,Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm,Fleming, Ian,Bond, James (Fictitious character)Spy storiesAdventure and adventurersAngleton, James,Operation Husky (1943)English language--Etymology1963199219931994199719981999200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320141764993363BD810.S8287824ocn760971593book20120.17Macintyre, BenDouble cross : the true story of the D-day spiesHistoryBiography"The story of D-Day has been told from many points of view, but never before from the perspectives of the key individuals in the Double Cross system. These include its director (a brilliant, urbane intelligence officer), a colorful assortment of MI5 handlers (as well as their counterparts in Nazi intelligence), and the five spies who formed Double Cross's nucleus: a dashing Serbian playboy, a Polish fighter pilot, a bisexual Peruvian party girl, a deeply eccentric Spaniard with a diploma in chicken farming, and a volatile Frenchwoman whose obsessive love for her pet dog very nearly wrecked the entire plan. The D-Day spies were, without question, one of the oddest military units ever assembled, and their success depended on the delicate, dubious relationship between spy and spymaster, both German and British. Their enterprise was saved from catastrophe by a shadowy sixth spy whose heroic sacrifice is revealed here for the first time."--Publisher description255118ocn449845345book20100.17Macintyre, BenOperation Mincemeat : how a dead man and a bizarre plan fooled the Nazis and assured an allied victoryHistoryMilitary historyFrom the acclaimed author of "Agent Zigzag" comes an extraordinary account of the most successful deception--and certainly the strangest--ever carried out in World War II, one that changed the prospects for an Allied victory. The purpose of the plan--code named Operation Mincemeat--was to deceive the Nazis into thinking that Allied forces were planning to attack southern Europe by way of Greece or Sardinia, rather than Sicily, as the Nazis had assumed, and the Allies ultimately chose+-+3278092585188318ocn077004296book20070.19Macintyre, BenAgent Zigzag : a true story of Nazi espionage, love, and betrayalHistoryBiographyEddie Chapman was a charming criminal, a con man, and a philanderer. He was also one of the most remarkable double agents Britain has ever produced. In 1941, after training as a German spy in occupied France, Chapman was parachuted into Britain with orders to blow up an airplane factory. Instead, he contacted MI5, the British Secret Service. For the next four years, he worked as a double agent, a British spy at the heart of the German Secret Service. Crisscrossing Europe under different names, weaving plans, spreading disinformation, and miraculously keeping his stories straight under intense interrogation, he even managed to gain some profit and seduce beautiful women along the way. MI5 has now declassified all of Chapman's files, allowing the full story to be told, a unique glimpse into the psychology of espionage, with its thin and shifting line between fidelity and betrayal.--From publisher description+-+5598082585125718ocn046969885book20010.19Macintyre, BenThe Englishman's daughter : a true story of love and betrayal in World War IBiographyIn the first days of World War I, four British soldiers found themselves trapped behind enemy lines on the western front. They were forced to hide in the tiny French village of Villeret, whose inhabitants decided to shelter the fugitives until they could pass as Picard peasants. Here is the love affair between Private Robert Digby and Claire Dessenne+-+60347692859795ocn052879385book20040.21Macintyre, BenThe man who would be king : the first American in AfghanistanBiographyThe true story of a brazen American adventurer who briefly proclaimed himself Prince of Ghor and Lord of the Hazarahs in 1838 by planting an American flag on the Hindu Kush chronicles the life of soldier, spy, and naturalist Josiah Harlan+-+63265792859717ocn036201485book19970.20Macintyre, BenThe Napoleon of crime : the life and times of Adam Worth, master thiefHistoryBiographyThe Victorian era's most infamous thief, Adam Worth was the original Napoleon of crime. Worth learned early that the best way to succeed was to steal. And steal he did. Following a strict code of honor, Worth won the respect of Victorian society. He also aroused its fear by becoming a chilling phantom, mingling undetected with the upper classes, whose valuables he brazenly stole. His most celebrated heist: Gainsborough's grand portrait of the Duchess of Devonshire--ancestor of Diana, Princess of Wales--a painting Worth adored and often slept with for twenty years.With a brilliant gang that included "Piano" Charley, a jewel thief, train robber, and playboy, and "the Scratch" Becker, master forger, Worth secretly ran operations from New York to London, Paris, and South Africa--until betrayal and a Pinkerton man finally brought him down. In a decadent age, Worth was an icon. His biography is a grand tour into the gaslit underworld of the last century. . . and into the doomed genius of a criminal mastermind+-+944367928596113ocn792936700rcrd20120.12Macintyre, BenDouble cross the true story of the D-Day spiesHistoryBiographyThe story of the spies that helped with the D-Day invasion of Normandy95822ocn862794085book20140.16Macintyre, BenA spy among friends : Kim Philby and the great betrayalHistoryBiographyThe best-selling author of Operation Mincemeat presents a definitive portrait of the notorious 20th-century spy that discusses his rise in MI6, high-profile intelligence friendships and 20-year espionage operation that culminated in his 1963 defection to Moscow93017ocn025551354book19920.26Macintyre, BenForgotten fatherland : the search for Elisabeth NietzscheHistoryWaughian wit, Forgotten Fatherland will necessitate major reevaluations of the life and posthumous reputation of one of the most influential thinkers of the nineteenth century, and provides an illuminating portrait of a woman whose influence on the history of the twentieth century can only now be fully understood+-+140206928578114ocn611902298rcrd20100.13Macintyre, BenOperation Mincemeat how a dead man and a bizarre plan fooled the Nazis and assured an Allied victoryHistoryMilitary historyBiographyPersonal narratives BritishWar storiesChronicles World War II's pivotal deception by two British naval officers who successfully fed false intelligence to the Nazis about where Allied forces were planning an attack in southern Europe+-+441082258544515ocn163906272rcrd20060.12Macintyre, BenAgent Zigzag [a true story of Nazi espionage, love, and betrayal]HistoryBiographyEddie Chapman was a charming criminal, a con man, and a philanderer. He was also one of the most remarkable double agents Britain has ever produced. In 1941, after training as a German spy in occupied France, Chapman was parachuted into Britain with orders to blow up an airplane factory. Instead, he contacted MI5, the British Secret Service. For the next four years, he worked as a double agent, a British spy at the heart of the German Secret Service+-+243794069643014ocn049681087book20010.17Macintyre, BenA foreign fieldBiography+-+27762075553243354ocn181601286book20080.22Macintyre, BenFor your eyes only : Ian Fleming and James BondCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+027040292531711ocn619515053book20100.18Macintyre, BenOperation Mincemeat : the true spy story that changed the course of World War IIHistoryMilitary historyFrom the acclaimed author of "Agent Zigzag" comes an extraordinary account of the most successful deception--and certainly the strangest--ever carried out in World War II, one that changed the prospects for an Allied victory. The purpose of the plan--code named Operation Mincemeat--was to deceive the Nazis into thinking that Allied forces were planning to attack southern Europe by way of Greece or Sardinia, rather than Sicily, as the Nazis had assumed, and the Allies ultimately chose+-+63134029252727ocn875393125rcrd20140.12Macintyre, BenA spy among friends : Kim Philby and the great betrayalHistoryBiographyKim Philby was the greatest spy in history, a brilliant and charming man who rose to head Britain's counterintelligence against the Soviet Union during the height of the Cold War, while he was secretly working for the enemy. Nobody thought he knew Philby like Nicholas Elliott, Philby's best friend and fellow officer in MI6. But Philby was secretly betraying his friend. Every word Elliott breathed to Philby was transmitted back to Moscow, along with those of James Jesus Angleton, head of the CIA2416ocn055863683book20040.23Macintyre, BenJosiah the Great : the true story of the man who would be kingBiography"Based on the remarkable discovery of Josiah Harlan's own unpublished journals, The Man Who Would Be King tells for the first time the story of a political adventurer who personified an imperialistic impulse fully sixty years before the Spanish-American War. Colorful, exotic, and entertaining, this is also a cautionary tale that echoes down the centuries as the United States finds itself entangled, once again, with Afghanistan."--BOOK JACKET+-+11560625553242007ocn793103705file20080.13Macintyre, BenFor your eyes only Ian Fleming + James BondCriticism, interpretation, etcPublished on the centenary of Ian Fleming's birth, this volume presents a riveting look into the world of James Bond and his creator. Macintyre looks at the actual people on whom the writer based his fictional creations and explores the tradition of spy fiction+-+91134029253241556ocn050773828rcrd20020.08Macintyre, BenA foreign fieldBiographyThe true story of British soldiers during WWI, who are trapped behind enemy lines. Based upon letters and true accounts, this tells the story of their survival in a French village1526ocn373482331book20090.19Macintyre, BenThe last word : tales from the tip of the mother tongueDo you know your geek-speak from your geek-chic? Ever wanted to put Humpty Dumpty together again? Can you distinguish Spanglish from Chinglish? We adapt words from other languages, from slang, from developments in science, literature and art. This is a collection of pieces that will tease, tickle and tantalise those who enjoy all things lexical+-+78885335963241406ocn037745785book19970.21Macintyre, BenThe Napoleon of crime : the life and times of Adam Worth, the real MoriartyHistoryBiography+-+7973007555324+-+3278092585+-+3278092585Thu Oct 16 15:47:02 EDT 2014batch24312