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Espionage, intelligence gathering, or “spying” is a necessary and vital part of any war. While today’s methods are more technologically advanced, those used during the American Revolution were no less effective in achieving their goal: providing valuable information about the enemy. Both the British and American armies used extensive spy networks that employed a variety of clever methods. These spies were men and women, young and old, white and black, soldier and civilian. Decoder has a brushed copper finish with internal spinning disk. Instructions included. Meets CPSIA safety standards.
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