Acknowledgments Abbreviations Prologue Introduction: The Secret Legacy of a City 1. Our Man in Vienna 2. The Americans 3. The Admiral 4. The Man from the Gestapo 5. The Spymaster Plots 6. The Recruiter 7. The Man from the SOE 8. The Man from the OSS 9. Into Vienna 10. The Russian 11. The Oblivious Spy 12. The Dark Nobleman 13. The Propagandist 14. Panic 15. Chaos and the Spy Epilogue Bibliography Index
Panagiotis Dimitrakis holds a doctorate from the Department of War Studies, King's College London. He has written extensively on intelligence, diplomacy and the history of espionage in the 20th century. He is the author of The Hidden War in Argentina: British and American Espionage in World War II, The Secret War for China: Espionage, Revolution and the Rise of Mao and Secrets and Lies in Vietnam: Spies, Intelligence and Covert Operations in the Vietnam Wars. His research articles have been published in the International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, Journal of Intelligence History, Comparative Strategy and Middle Eastern Studies.
'A fascinating insight into one of the great spy cities of the
world' - Andrew Lownie, author of Stalin's Englishman: The
Lives of Guy Burgess
'Panagiotis Dimitrakis is a master of uncovering secret files that others cannot find. Berlin, Lisbon and Istanbul have all been acclaimed as the spy capital of Europe but the well-documented stories of spymasters' lives and actions Dimitrakis reveals in Our Man in Vienna demonstrate beyond a shadow of a doubt that there was only ever one real City of Spies' - Michael Smith, author of The Anatomy of a Traitor and MI6: The Real James Bonds 1909-39