The White Rabbit: The Secret Agent the Gestapo Could Not Crack


      The White Rabbit: The Secret Agent the Gestapo Could Not Crack
It became a bestseller, garnered sterling critical reviews, and inspired a film this harrowing story of a captured British agent in World War Two, his refusal to crack under horrific torture, and his imprisonment in a concentration camp, testifies to the strength of the human spirit Wing Commander F.F.E Yeo Thomas, aka The White Rabbit, parachuted into France to aid the Resistance two years later the Gestapo seized him and unleashed all their power to make him give up information Chilling and unforgettable. New Download Kindle ePUB The White Rabbit: The Secret Agent the Gestapo Could Not Crack Author Bruce Marshall – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Lieutenant Colonel Claude Cunningham Bruce Marshall, known as Bruce Marshall was a prolific Scottish writer who wrote fiction and non fiction books on a wide range of topics and genres His first book, A Thief in the Night came out in 1918, possibly self published His last, An Account of Capers was published posthumously in 1988, a span of 70 years.

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      The White Rabbit: The Secret Agent the Gestapo Could Not Crack
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  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • The White Rabbit: The Secret Agent the Gestapo Could Not Crack
  • Bruce Marshall
  • English
  • 26 April 2019
  • 0304356972

10 thoughts on “ The White Rabbit: The Secret Agent the Gestapo Could Not Crack

  1. says:

    Yeo Thomas worked for British Intelligence during WWII, completing several trips into Nazi occupied France to organize and coordinate the efforts of the various French Resistance groups When one of his close associates was captured, Yeo Thomas decided to go back to France and launch a rescue His superiors didn t want him to go he knew too much, so if he were caught, SOE s efforts in France would be seriously compromised view spoiler Well, he was caught And tortured And sent to a series of Yeo Thomas worked for British Intelligence during WWII, completing several trips into Nazi occupied France to organize and coordinate the efforts of the various French Resistance groups When one of his close associates was captured, Yeo Thomas decided to go back to France and launch a rescue His superiors didn t want him to go he knew too much, so if he were caught, SOE s efforts in France would be seriously compromised view spoiler Well, he was caught And tortured And sent to a series of prisons and concentration camps But he never talked And against all odds, he survived Yeo Thomas was an amazing man He was courageous and quick thinking, loyal to his friends, uncompromising with the Nazis Even in the midst of horrible conditions he was able to keep up the spirits of his fellow prisoners with his inner strength, self discipline, and determination to survive He knew the importance of hope an...

  2. says:

    Bruce Marshall s inspiring book vividly and unforgettably describes a battle of wits which is utterly unputdownable I d recommend it as an essential read for anyone who has read and enjoyed other books on the subject of SOE Special Operations Executive during WW2 especially Leo Marks, Between Silk and Cyanide.Both utterly, utterly insp...

  3. says:

    A marvelous story, but not a perfectly written book Spoilers follow.Tommy Yeo Thomas was a French British officer in World War II who functioned as a spy for the SOE Several times he parachuted into France under cover of night and helped organize the resistance Eventually, he was betrayed and captured by the SS, who tortured him for weeks, though he never broke Through transfers into two different prisons, the level of torture ebbed and waned Eventually he was sent to Buchenwald where A marvelous story, but not a perfectly written book Spoilers follow.Tommy Yeo Thomas was a French British officer in World War II who functioned as a spy for the SOE Several times he parachuted into France under cover of night and helped organize the resistance Eventually, he was ...

  4. says:

    Incredible story of survival and escape, I think I finished it in less than a week Thomas was a true hero, someone who would stand apart from the crowd and do what he thought was right for his country That he was able to survive brutal beatings by the Gestapo, and still manag...

  5. says:

    I first came across this book in the 70 s whilst serving in the army, and have never forgotten it.The hardest thing about this book is accepting it actually happened, when you read about what happened to him it is easy to believe this to be a work of fiction This book will haunt you for months after reading it, you will read the savagery that your fellow man is willing to inflict upon someone Make no mistake Yeo Thomas did hold some extremely vital information regards the resistance movement I first came across this book in the 70 s whilst serving in the army, and have never forgotten it.The hardest thing about this book is accepting it actually happened, when you read about what happened to him it is easy to believe t...

  6. says:

    This is the story of Yeo Thomas, picking upor less from his departure from the SOE Tommy is included in Leo Marks Between Silk And Cyanide , but in the White Rabbit you learn about his exploits and ultimate capture by the Gestapo The detail of his torture and internment at the hands of the Gestapo, SS, Buchenwald, and a small assortment of other prisons describes the torture afforded him at the hands of the Germans Indeed, it is often difficult to read because plain description of This is the story of Yeo Thomas, picking upor less from his departure from the SOE Tommy is included in Leo Marks Between Silk And Cyanide , but in the White Rabbit you learn about his exploits and ultimate capture by the Gestapo The detail of his torture and internment at the hands of the Gestapo, SS, Buchenwald, and a small assortment of other prisons describes the torture afforded him at the hands of the Germans Indeed, it is often difficult to read because plain description of the gruesome and often sadistic torture and endless suffering he endured, eventually at long last escaping, successfully encouraging others to escape and ultimately and returning to American lines Yeo Thomas was indeed a hero.The book, in addition to a biographical episode is a revealing and often horrifying look at the torture and methods used by the Germans during the war If nothing else it puts waterboardin...

  7. says:

    I couldn t decide between a three and a four star At first I was bored and also a little turned off by the writing style There are various sorta weird side comments inserted by the author from time to time that tend to sidetrack the story But I did enjoy the tale yet in the end and found...

  8. says:

    I love this book It s an inspirational true story set during WWII Actually, it s one of my all time favourite books.

  9. says:

    Absolutely stunning writing to the point at which you forget that all of this misery was suffered by a real person

  10. says:

    Three and a half Fascinating story about Forest Frederick Yeo Thomas, his service, capture, and return home as a British agent during WWII The writing is a bit stilted maybe that was the British style then but the experiences of Yeo Thomas are amazing Also refreshing is the insight into the French resistance and their determination a...

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