James V. Milano, Patrick Brogan. This book is Milano's memoir as told to Washington, . writer Patrick Brogan.
James V. Soldiers, Spies, and the Rat Line: America's Undeclared War Against the Soviets. Washington and London: Brassey's, 1995. Milano was a young Army intelligence officer in Salzburg during the early part of the Allied occupation of Austria. During the war, he had used his fluent Italian to debrief prisoners of war captured during the invasions of North Africa and Italy.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Soldiers, Spies, and the Rat Line: America's Undeclared War Against the Soviets as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Milano commanded the Military Intelligence Service in Austria for a year and a half after the wa. Milano commanded the Military Intelligence Service in Austria for a year and a half after the war. He lives in the Washington, . It is now little remembered that Austria was the only European country occupied by the Soviets to be evacuated during the Cold War. (Although in Asia, they did leave Iran and North Korea. Both sides' focus was on the North German plain, the traditional invasion route between East and West, and vice versa.
Soldiers, Spies, and the Rat Line: America's Unde-clared War Against the Soviets. through a secret US Army operation known as the rat line. Allan A. Ryan, J. the director of the Department of Justice's "Nazi-hunting unit," the Office of Special Investigations (OS!), undertook a major examination of US Govern-ment archives and interviewed retired American officials about their involvement with Barbie.
After Germany’s surrender in World War II, Jim Milano, a young . army intelligence officer, led a small, independent group of soldiers charged with carrying out some of the first intelligence efforts of the postwar era. Inventing the techniques of Cold War espionage for themselves and improvising unorthodox methods, the major and his creative cohorts confounded Soviet forces and created escape routes for defectors. In the pages of Milano’s fascinating memoir you'll find the shadowy world populated by spies, prostitutes, refugees, scoundrels, and heroes comes alive.
James Milano commanded the Military Intelligence Service in Austria for a year and a half after the war. Patrick Brogan is a Washington corre-spondent for The Herald (Glasgow). His previous books include: Deadly Business: The Story of Sam Cummings and Interarms: The Fighting Never Stopped. Both authors live in the Washington, . Country of Publication.
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America's Undeclared War Against the Soviets Col. James V. Milano, USA (Re. and Patrick Brogan This . He directed American military intelligence against Soviet targets from 1945 to 1950, and established the Rat Line. and Patrick Brogan This book is dedicated to the members of the intelligence community who served with th. The line's existence, and Milano's role in it, emerged in 1983 when the public learned of the case of Klaus Barbie. Barbie was a Nazi war criminal who had been smuggled out of Germany in 1951 by American officers there and who used the escape route that had been set up by their colleagues in Austria.