Military Deception played a pivotal role in World War II, with both sides employing various strategies to mislead and confuse their adversaries. In the midst of this global conflict, AGENT GARBO emerged as one of the most remarkable and successful deception campaigns of the war.
World War II stands as one of the most monumental conflicts in human history, engulfing the globe in a devastating war that reshaped political, social, and economic landscapes.
In the 15th century, Flemish craftsmen created the first pocketbook in history, the Codex Rotundus, a unique late-medieval manuscript comprised of 266 pages containing a lavishly illuminated Book of Hours written in Latin and French.
Romanticized in legend as the “German Robin Hood” and remembered as a hero, Gottfried “Götz” von Berlichingen, better known as “Götz of the Iron Hand”, was a German Imperial Knight (Reichsritter), a mercenary, and a poet.
Hanns Scharff was a Master Interrogator working for The Luftwaffe at Nazi Germany during the Second World War.
The Iron Maiden was a torture device believed to have originated in Germany during the Middle Ages. It was said to have been invented by a German executioner named Johannes Eckhardt.