• Blows the lid on Switzerland's neutrality in WWII
•An expert retelling of the political machinations of the Swiss
•Adds a new chapter to the history of espionage and intelligence
During World War II, Switzerland was famous as a centre of spies and espionage fielded by Allies and Axis alike. Less has been known, however, about Switzerland's own Intelligence activities, including its secret sources in Hitler's councils and its counterespionage program at home. With this intensely researched, scholarly, yet exciting book, that gap in the history of wartime Intelligence operations has been filled.