Reports relating to sabotage and resistance liaison activities in German-occupied France of agents of the Western Europe Section
of the Special Operations Branch of the United States Office of Strategic Services
The Special Operations Branch of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) was established in January 1942. Authorized by the
OSS to conduct undercover operations in support of planned military operations, agents of the Western Europe Section of the
Special Operations Branch mainly served in German-occupied France.
5 manuscript boxes
(1.8 Linear Feet)
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