Broadcast: April 6, 1945
Added: Mar 02 2018
Spying is just like any other occupation. A spy gets paid so much a week to do so much work, and in most cases that salary is small because spies only gather small bits of information. But when these bits are pieced together in Berlin or Tokyo, a result is a stolen invention or a sunken convoy. That's why spies are ordinary people working in ordinary places...