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Large Format for easy reading. By the soldier, writer and founder of the world Scouting movement. Recounts Baden-Powell's experiences in espionage during his military career, and talks about 'the sport of spying'. Details some of his adventures scouting out military emplacements in foreign countries, establishing a cover and collecting information. Also details the Large Format for easy reading. Also details the different types of spies.
Baden-Powell shows that spying is a craft that can be learned, but also requires a certain intelligence and ability to swiftly improvise and adapt to situations in the field. The book acts as a great introduction to the field-craft of being a spy.
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Start your review of My Adventures as a Spy. Nov 05, Nola Redd rated it liked it Shelves: nonfiction-biography , nonfiction-historical.
Seriously, when you learn that the founder of the Boy Scouts was once a spy, how could you not read his adventures, especially when they are so short? The fact that the author constantly interchanged the word spying with scouting only served to make me laugh a little more.
Baden-Powell's memoirs are brief, simple, and to the point, with a tone consistent with other books of the time. His adventures are briefly described, without great detail or action, and leave much to be desired. He offers a Seriously, when you learn that the founder of the Boy Scouts was once a spy, how could you not read his adventures, especially when they are so short?
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