Maximilian Lerner: His Espionage Skills Helped Win a War

From a New York Times obit by Richard Sandomir headlined “Maximilian Lerner, Whose Espionage Skills Helped Win a War, Dies at 98”:

Maximilian Lerner, an Austrian-born Jew who during World War II was among the many soldiers recruited to a secret military intelligence and psychological warfare training center, where they learned espionage and intelligence skills that helped the United States Army as it swept across Europe, died on Sept. 10 in Manhattan.