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Operation Fish by Alfred Draper

Operation Fish by Alfred Draper

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Operation Fish

  • The fight to save the gold of Britain, France and Norway from the Nazis
  • The danger of U-Boats in the North Atlantic
  • The landing of Europe's wealth in Halifax
  • The guarding of these treasures in Montreal and Ottawa
  • The important part of Europe's wealth played in winning the 1939-1945 War

by Alfred Draper

General Publishing Co., 1979, [First Edition], b/w photographic plates, maps, hardcover, dustjacket, ISBN 077360068X

Near Fine Condition, minor edge and shelf wear, dustjacket has some scuffing and tiny tears to edges (see photographs)

'The most extraordinary untold story of the Second World War.  Alfred Draper has discovered unpublished documents relating to the secrets of Operation Fish, the wartime operation so cloaked in secrecy that few contemporary references exist.  The previously classified Government documentation has enabled him to piece together this extraordinary tale.  Operation Fish is about gold, the gold of many countries, Britain, Norway, Belgium and France and it takes place in the early and most crucial months of the war.'



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