You wouldn't want to be a
Secret Agent in WWII
Secret Agents in WWII
I am President Franklin Roosevelt, and i will be explaining why, you wouldn’t want to be a secret agent in the Second World War It was a very dangerous, painful, excruciating and sometimes depressing. Everyday soldiers were dying, throughout the whole war approximately 3,100,000 soldiers, agent, and other forms of militant service died. If it sounds like a lot, it’s because it is, but that’s less than a fourth of the soldiers that served throughout the whole war. The secret agents would train very hard every day. From getting more conditioned for war, to learning not to be seen, to using their equipment to the best of their abilities. Because in the field you want to be caught, if you were caught you were sent to prison for P.O.W’s (Prisoner of war). Where they would interrogate and torture you, and sometimes killed you. Some painless, some with unimaginable pain, there were an estimated 9,000 soldiers imprisoned. Some agents were caught because during small duels their gun jammed and were forced to surrender.
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