Presenter and author, Dr. Jason Bell
Tuesday Night Talk
Dec. 5, 6:30 pm
Dr. Winthrop Bell of Halifax was a Harvard philosophy professor. As MI6 Secret Agent A12, he evaded gunfire and shook pursuers to break open the emerging Nazi conspiracy in 1919 Berlin. Bell became a spy once again in WWII, and without his astounding courage, the Nazis could have won the war.
Cracking the Nazi Code, informed with recently declassified documents, is the first book to illuminate the astounding exploits of agent Winthrop Bell, Agent A12.
Author Jason Bell, PhD, is a professor of philosophy at the University of New Brunswick. No relation to Winthrop, Jason was the first scholar granted exclusive access to Winthrop Bell's classified espionage papers.
Join us for an intriguing discussion.
Books will be available for purchase and signing.