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Marvel's most modern hero, SINGULARITY, has escaped Battleworld and located her approach to the surprise Universe! yet she didn't make the adventure alone...
To strive against the villainous ANTIMATTER, Singularity will name upon Earth's mightiest crew of Avengers. And one thing's needless to say: they're a strength to be reckoned with!
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11 After the fall of France, Wavell put theory to effective prac6 John Connell [pseud. of John Robertson], Wavell (London: Collins, 1964), pp. 92-94. Ferdinand Tuohy, The Secret Corps (London: Murray, 1920), pp. 213-215. 8 See Case A6. 9 Wavell, I (41), 80, 202, 208, and II (44), 26. 10 Lawrence (35), 537. 11 Major-General R. J. Collins, Lord Wavell (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1948), pp. 857 Captain 16 CHAPTER 2. 15 The dreary failure of previous half-hearted cover plans such as at Dakar16 were vivid reminders of the need to improve such operations.
23 Specific details about organization and personnel of the British deception planning group is even more vague. For example, it seems that it was, in fact, an intelligence group. ” The committee “comprised not only Regular officers . . 25 Moreover, the only office location mentioned was “Central Intelligence Headquarters” in St. James Street. 26 A latecomer to the group was noted theater critic Stephen Watts, who served in it as an Army Major from early 1943 to late 1945. He was in personal charge of the “Monty’s Double” ruse for Normandy.
However, dummy transmissions of disinformation can be introduced in any desired volume without any appreciable dysfunctional effect, because they can be explicitly addressed to nonexistent or witting units. Public Radio Same remarks as for Newspapers above. Diplomacy Diplomatic negotiations are often used to mask intended aggression by falsely indicating through both their fact and content that vital national differences are still negotiable. 34 To the extent that negotiations per se–and quite aside from their content–imply an unresolved decision to attack, they can also be considered as a non-verbal form of camouflage or diversion.