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'HOW GERMAN SPIES WORK'

on BBC Home Service Basic

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Bernard Newman
I there is one figure more than another that captures the public imagination, and, if he be an enemy, the public loathing, it is the spy.
Bernard Newman knows most things there are to know about spies in general, and about the German spy system in particular. He had opportunities of studying this during the last war, and he draws an impressive picture of the enormous and intricate workings of the German Secret Service. Part of the broadcast will be in the form of a dialogue such as might take place in any public-house, designed to show just how a clever spy can extract information without arousing suspicion.

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Bernard Newman
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Bernard Newman

BBC Home Service Basic

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