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Discover how a hardware salesman from Canada changed the fate of nations and helped win World War Two. Sir Winston Churchill once said, "In war, the truth is so valuable that it must be protected by a bodyguard of lies." At the outset of WWII, in the face of Nazi aggression and American apathy, the British PM required facts and fiction to achieve his goal of defending Great Britain. Churchill trusted one man above all others to generate both. That man was Sir William Stephenson, The True Intrepid.
Stephenson changed the course of the Twentieth Century, yet even after his death he remains firmly in the shadows. From his early family life in Winnipeg to heroic deeds on the front lines of World War One, to his pivotal role during the cold war, Stephenson blazed a trail so unique that history is divided on how he should be remembered.
Previous accounts of his life have been rife with factual errors, no accident when you consider Stephenson himself once said, "Nothing deceives like a document."
Now, for the first time ever, comes an accurate account of his work outside the established intelligence community where, under the guise of British Passport Control, his agents perfected coding, forgery, counter-espionage and propaganda, all with the intent of defeating Hitler's military juggernaut.
In this hour-long documentary, the life of a master spy is examined more closely than ever before. Recently declassified documents and intimate personal reflections from Stephenson's family, operatives, agents, and the former Chief Historian for the CIA offer new insight into a man who took most of his deeds to the grave.