12 November 2019
What do bomb-carrying bats and listening devices implanted into specially-trained cats have in common?
Surprisingly, or perhaps less so in the bizarre undercover world of espionage, both bats and cats formed central roles in military intelligence plans gone awry.
In Nuking the Moon, curator of the International Spy Museum Vince Houghton traces the unique, terrifying and hilarious story of history left on the drawing board.
Read an extract at nukingthemoon.com
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