More information on 'The True Intrepid' - a book of secrets about Canada's greatest spymaster - William Stephenson - and the secret organization he created

The True Intrepid

Sir William Stephenson and the Unknown Agents
Available Across Canada From Raincoast Books

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Downtown Winnipeg Street named after William Stephenson

 

Streetr

Stephenson artifacts now on display at :

 

WSS Display

17 Wing Winnipeg Canada

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Book Propaganda and links

 

Related Television and links

"The True Intrepid" & "Secret Secretaries"

Intrepid-Crusader Gatherings


"Our International Man Of Mystery" The National Post


From the Preface

From the Foreword:

"Breathtaking discoveries...Fascinating...remarkably fresh, challenging and quite persuasive."

Thomas F. Troy

former staff historian Central Intelligence Agency

Tom Troy speaking to the Intrepid Society in Winnipeg Canada

Tom Troy 1919-2008

The Intrepid Society

 

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Canadian Press News Wire-Intrepid's Life From Shadows

'Intrepid' Memorial at the Central Intelligence Agency

(click the horsies -21st pic)

A Partial Cast of Characters

John Krafchenko

'Bloody Jack'

Marion de Chastelain


" It's absolutely true.." Chapter 13

London Telegraph

Canadian Encyclopedia


Roald Dahl



"This man is a total enigma - and that's the interesting thing" Chapter 17

Roald Dahl Official Site

Wikipedia : Roald Dahl

Pat Bayly



"And that was kind of an important job,
where all these subs were." Chapter 19
The Rockex
Bayly Communications

Ian Fleming



"James Bond is a highly romanticized version of a true spy. The real thing is ...William Stephenson"

Ian Fleming, The Times of London October 21, 1962

Ian Fleming bio

CMD BOND . NET

David Ogilvy



David Ogilvy Bio

Winston S. Churchill



"This One is Dear to my Heart"

Joan Bright Astley

Astley

"Everyone worked for him - don't you see ?

And even the people who didn't said that they did.."

Chapter 16

Joan Bright Astley 1910 -2008



 

Camp X Historical Society

Robert Stuart Camp X Museum

Wikipedia - "William Stephenson"


 

The True Intrepid

Sir William Stephenson and the Unknown Agents

by

Bill Macdonald

With Foreword by former CIA staff historian Thomas F Troy

ISBN 1-55192-428-8

 

 

From:

Raincoast Books-Vancouver

Available Online

McNally Robinson-Winnipeg

Chapters/Indigo-Canada wide

Amazon.com (Look inside) Now a Kindle e-book is available

For Author and Book Information:

 

A National Best Seller
Well. OK. It wasn't all information - a bit of PR seemed to sneak in there as well
About the background photo