Gerhard P. Groß,
Volume 18 in this series
As head of German Military Intelligence in the First World War, Walter Nicolai was tasked with espionage, but he also played a central role in propaganda for the German Empire. In 1918 he was considered the eminence grise of the Supreme Army Command. His records, previously hidden in Moscow, open new insights for world war researchers on the themes of the secret service, press policies, and the major figures at the Supreme Headquarters.