One, the Polish spy Roman Czerniawski, had already changed sides twice before he was brought into the double cross team.
Indeed, Stalin was better informed about the double cross system than Churchill himself.
Without that break, the double cross deception plan which ensured the success of the D-Day landings could never have gone ahead.
The double cross deception may sound like something out of fiction.
It is a double cross, with side chapels extended beyond the nave walls at the western end.
After that, there was a Mrs. foreman at the double cross until spring.
No. 520 consists of a double cross formed by twisted loops of linen thread.
In an instant Richard's battle-axe was in his hand, and a great oak had received a mark of a double cross.
Why didn't you help me, instead of putting the double cross on me?
Suppose Red Ike and his unknown friends got to know that the "double cross" was being put on them?
A betrayal or cheating of one's own colleagues; an act of treachery, often in an illicit transaction: The two suspected dealers were planning a double-cross
: I would never double-cross a pal
[1834+; fr the reneging on an agreement to lose, a cross, by actually winning]