Ep 222: Photo Reconnaissance

Ep 222: Photo Reconnaissance

Intelligence expert Taylor Downing argues that photo reconnaissance of occupied Europe should be at the forefront of all discussions about intelligence during the Second World War. 

He describes in detail the incredible process of how photos were taken, developed, and analysed to discover German military plans – and how this helped find the Bismark. 

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