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The Secrets War [WWII]

The Secrets War [WWII]

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The Office of Strategic Services in World War II

Edited by George C. Chalou

National Archives and Records Administration
Washington, DC

Proceedings of a conference sponsored by and held at the National
Archives in Washington, D.C
The Office of Strategic Services in World War II

Edited by George C. Chalou

National Archives and Records Administration
Washington, DC

Proceedings of a conference sponsored by and held at the National
Archives in Washington, D.C

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The Secrets War 
The Office of Strategic Servicesin World War II
Edited by George C. Chalou
 National Archives and Records AdministrationWashington, DC
 
Published for the National Archives and Records Administration by the National Archives Trust Fund Board1992Second Printing, 2002Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication DataThe Secrets war : the Office of Strategic Services in World War II /edited by George C. Chalou. p. cm.Proceedings of a conference sponsored by and held at the NationalArchives in Washington,
D
.C.July
11-12, 1991.
Includes index.ISBN 0-911333-91-61. United States. Office of Strategic Services—Congresses.2. World War, 1939-1945—Secret service—United States. 3. UnitedStates. National Archives and Records Administration—Congresses.4. Chalou, George C. I. United States. National Archives andRecords Administration.D810.S7S38 1992940.54'8673—dc20 91-45158CIPThe paper used in this publication meets the minimum requirements of the American National Standard for Permanence of Paper for Printed Library Materials Z39.48-1984.
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OSS propaganda sought both to demoralize Axis troops and to encourage civilianresistance. Some was printed on tiny slips of paper and circulated in everyday items suchcigarette packs and matchboxes.
Record Group 226. Records of the Office of Strategic Services.

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