- ASIN: 8184958455
- Publisher: Jaico Publishing House; First edition (9 March 2016)
- Language: English
- Paperback: 400 pages
- ISBN-10: 9788184958454
- ISBN-13: 978-8184958454
- Reading age: 25 years and up
- Item Weight: 320 g
- Dimensions : 21.6 x 2.7 x 14.9 cm
- Country of Origin: United Kingdom
- Condition : New
This is a true story about the great missions of the Israeli secret service. The book gives a thorough knowledge of the types of adventurous undertakings taken up by the Mossad for the sake of their country. For years and years Israel’s well-known security arm, the Mossad, has been broadly known as the best intelligence service in the world. In this book, the author takes us through the exciting, eye-opening accounts of the most dangerous, most critical tasks undertaken by the agency for the last 60 years.
The book talks about incredible stories full of action right from the capture of Nazi assassin Adolph Eichmann to the recent removal of key Iranian nuclear scientists.
The book is very useful for all those who want to know about the world. It is an excellent collection of case works and narration of Mossad’s activities. It is a good read for those who like to know about real-life dangerous missions of Intelligence agencies.
About the author
Michael Bar-Zohar was born in Bulgaria and he immigrated to Israel in 1948. He attended High School in Tel Aviv and went on to study economics and international relations at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He also studied at the Institute of Political Science at the University of Paris, where he earned a Ph.D. He is an Israeli historian, novelist, and politician. He was a member of the Knesset on behalf of the Alignment and Labor Party in the 1980s and early 1990s. In 1965 Bar-Zohar won the Sokolov Award for his achievements as a journalist. He published several books, including biographies of David Ben-Gurion and Shimon Peres, several books about the Israeli security organizations, and an account of the rescue of Bulgarian Jews from the Nazis in World War II.