A wealth of conspiracies surrounds World War II. Governments used every means at their disposal to win the war, from covert assassinations to outlandish secret missions and shocking cover-ups. Intelligence agencies practiced stunning deceptions and spread disinformation spread widely and rumours spread like wildfire. But what truths lie beneath these elaborate theories?
Military historian Alexander Macdonald examines the evidence.
In this fascinating book, you will learn whether:
• The Nazis really did set up a secret base in Antarctica
• the US Navy conducted experiments to make their warships invisible
• Adolf Hitler really faked his own death and escaped from the bunker in 1945
Illustrated with black and white photographs throughout, this book provides a gripping analysis of conspiracies surrounding World War II.