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Revolutionary Spies: General Washington’s Spycraft
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When: 7/2/2012
Where: International Spy Museum

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This year when you celebrate the 4th of July you'll know it's really the 4th of SPY!

Diplomatic codes, savvy spy catchers, secret bankrolls, and seductive women sound like the perfect components of a 21st century spy ring, but they worked just as well during the American Revolution. Join John A. Nagy, award-winning author of Invisible Ink: Spycraft of the American Revolution, for this exploration of the spycraft that forged a nation. No one knows this period like Nagy, who has spent over 20 years doing primary research uncovering secrets about the founding fathers and the lengths to which they would go to ensure Britain's defeat. He recounts tales from Washington's "Deception Battle Plan” to how he obtained "the earliest and best Intelligence of the designs of the enemy” in British-controlled New York and Philadelphia. Nagy will share sources and methods and the previously unknown spies that he discovered.

Tickets: $9
Members of The Inner Circle: $7

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