More than 75 years ago, a diverse set of men and women making up the Office of Strategic Services were united together in their determination to win World War II. Some served as government spies or propagandists and others gathered terrain intelligence for army invasions. Whatever role they played, the OSS staff worked tirelessly for years and rose to the challenge to help win the war.
- Katie S. Sanders, freelance journalist & World War II expert.
Links for more information:
- New York Times Article: The Women Whose Secret Work Helped Win World War II as told to Katie Sanders.
- CIA – What Was OSS?