Sabotage: Perfecting the Art of Surprise

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Sabotage: Perfecting the Art of Surprise

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The demands of unconventional warfare spurred the OSS to develop highly destructive sabotage mechanisms guaranteed to take the enemy by surprise. From "Aunt Jemima" (explosive baking flour) to the limpet mine, these weapons did not disappoint. For more about the OSS and the history of the CIA, visit the CIA Museum at https://www.cia.gov/about-cia/cia-museum/index.html

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Central Intelligence Agency

Date

2012

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Central Intelligence Agency

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Central Intelligence Agency, “Sabotage: Perfecting the Art of Surprise,” Special Operations History Foundation, accessed October 21, 2017, http://specialoperationshistory.com/items/show/1139.

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