Book Review: Spy Wore Red by Aline Romanoscategories: Book, World War II, Agent, Spy, Office of Strategic Services, Espionage
Author: Countess of Romanones Aline
Publisher: Random House
Aline's Memoirs are More Fiction than FactIn 1991, the U.S. National archives sponsored a symposium on declassified OSS records and included Aline on the program. While she presented her memoirs as factual, in the conference proceedings, a biographical description of Aline noted she was the author of The Spy Wore Red and "two other popular espionage novels." More accurate details of Aline's espionage activities are covered in "Edmundo: From Chiapas, Mexico to Park Avenue." (2007) Edmundo Lassalle was an OSS colleague of Aline Griffith in Spain during WW II.
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