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Throughout history, spies have worked unseen and unknown to most people. This book reveals the story of how classified information has been gathered and some of the people involved in espionage.
A fun and interactive look at codes throughout history. This amazing book features stories of hidden treasures and hacking while explaining the mechanics behind the codes in kid friendly forms.
This book is packed with tips, hints and advice on all the tricks needed to be a super spy, including how to write and break codes, how to use disguises to avoid detection and how to stalk and shadow enemy spies effectively.
A fascinating look at history's most mysterious messages, packed with puzzles to decode and ciphers that children can use themselves. As computers change the way people communicate, codes today are more intriguing than ever.
Look inside the covert world of espionage - the history, the hi-tech gadgets and aspects of spycraft. This book is filled with stunning photographs that show details of equipment including spy cams, bugs, weapons and drone aircraft.
Explore the history of codes and find out about modern-day codes in this read! Featuring strange-but-true facts that are real-life stories of codes and their code breakers, the practical activities included will show how you can create your own!
From cracking codes to digging through camel poo, do you have what it takes? This blood-curdling book will turn you into the best secret agent ever - using the sneaky spy strategies which kept World War II spies alive (the lucky ones!).
With the help of this book, readers will soon be communicating with their friends in secret languages such as Morse, semaphore, pigpen code, shorthand and sign language.
Ten true stories of real-life kid spies! Can you imagine crossing enemy lines to deliver a secret message? Or spying on your enemy from the attic of their hideout?
Written for advanced readers, this book looks at the way information and data about us is collected and used by individuals, governments, and organizations.
This book looks at spying and security in the Second World War, from code breaking and spying to national security and civil defence.
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