Annie Jacobsen talked about her book, Operation Paperclip: The Secret Intelligence Program That Brought Nazi Scientists to America, in which she recounts the U.S. government’s clandestine program to employ German scientists following World War II. The program, dubbed “Operation Paperclip,” brought several scientists and their families to the United States, despite the fact that many were accused of war crimes. Annie Jacobsen spoke at Book Passage Bookstore in Corte Madera, California. close
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