At the forefront of the international fray was Thomas Haines Dudley, the American consul in Liverpool and "the father of modern American intelligence". As the Confederates determined to use British shipyards, Dudley established a network of agents throughout England to report on enemy activities and, ultimately, to negate foreign intervention in the American Civil War.
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"Milton's finely crafted work is a story of intrigue and deception that adds another vital element to the international dimensions of the American Civil War." (Howard Jones, author of Union in Peril)
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