Based on declassified documents and interviews with retired intelligence officers, this is a gripping and eye-opening book about a sordid time. In 1944, the Chief of Intelligence Hitler's Eastern Front, Reinhard Gehlen, could see the writing on the wall and began to plan. He microfilmed his notes about the Red Army, placed them in waterproof crates, and buried them in various locations. Over the months he identified like-minded employees, and in 1945 he offered the Americans, then the fledgling West German government, the services of his group, "GehlenOrg", along with his intelligence on the Soviet Union currently occupying East Germany. Witnesses and historians retell the events leading up to the capture and or death of some of World War Two's most heinous Nazi fugitives.
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Nazi Fugitives Key