Tag Archives: Intelligence

Sons And Soldiers by Bruce Henderson

During World War II, the allies had a secret weapon: German-born Jews who volunteered their service in the U.S. military were trained in interrogating prisoners and collecting information.  The 2,000 man team, known as Ritchie Boys, served in European combat and, … Continue reading

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Think Big by Ben Carson

A couple of years ago, I had the opportunity watch a wonderful movie about the life of Dr. Ben Carson.  It was called Gifted Hands and it chronicled his rise from bottom of the class fifth grader in a poor … Continue reading

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Hunting Eichmann by Neal Bascomb

Hunting Eichmann: How A Band Of Survivors And A Young Spy Agency Chased Down The World’s Most Notorious Nazi If they make of movie of “Hunting Eichmann” I hope they cut down the cast of characters. (They should stick with … Continue reading

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