All is fair in love and war. At least the Nazis thought so. They deployed sex like any other weapon in the service of the Third Reich. Al Camino examines many shocking cases, where brothels were hotbeds of bugging and blackmail, and pillow talk could topple nations.
Cases include: - The bugging of Salon Kitty, a high-class brothel in Berlin which was taken over by the SS. - Nazi spy Lilly Stein, a 'good-looking nymphomaniac' who slept with US men in order to blackmail them. - Princess Stephanie Julianne von Hohenlohe, who used her intimate relationship with Lord Rothermere to get the British newspaper Daily Mail to support the Nazis in the 1930s Full of intrigue and surprise, Nazi Sex Spies presents a fascinating history of a little-known aspect of World War II.
About the Author
Al Cimino is the author of over 100 books including The History of the Mafia, House of Horrors, Killers-the Most Barbaric Murderers of Our Time, The World's Ten Most Evil Men, Underbelly UK: Vigilantes, Australian True Crime, The World's Most Evil Gangsters, Lone Gunmen, Against Their Will, The Mafia Files, The Murder of Tina Sharp, The Cleveland Kidnappings and The Disappeared.