The Oslo Report: How a German Scientist Gave Away Nazi Military Secrets and Why Britain Almost Ignored Him

The HMS Royal Oak in 1937. The dossier contained information about the weapon which sank her

The HMS Royal Oak in 1937. The dossier contained information about the weapon which sank her

Early in the Second World War, the British received a dossier of Nazi military secrets. The extraordinary contents had been sent at great personal risk by…

Source: The Oslo Report: How a German Scientist Gave Away Nazi Military Secrets and Why Britain Almost Ignored Him

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