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Historical Dictionary of World War One Intelligence

Known as "the Great War," the world's first truly global conflict is remarkable in what might now be termed modern espionage. This book is an excellent access point for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about the world of intelligence in World War I.

Historical Dictionary of Signals Intelligence

Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) encompasses the various disciplines of wireless interception, cryptanalysis, communications intelligence, electronic intelligence, direction-finding, and traffic analysis. It has become the basis upon which all combat operations are undertaken.

Historical Dictionary of Chinese Intelligence

Although China's intelligence activities may not have been well documented, they can be traced back to the ancient writings of Sun Tzu, and espionage has been a characteristic of Chinese domestic politics and international relations ever since.

Snow: The Double Life of a World War II Spy

SNOW is the codename assigned to Arthur Owens, one of the most remarkable British spies of the Second World War. Written by Nigel West and Madoc Roberts.

The THIRD Secret

How the CIA combined with the Vatican under the Polish Pope John Paul II to launch a massive campaign to destabilise Warsaw - and how the KGB reacted by trying to kill the Pope in 1981.

VENONA: the Greatest Secret of the Cold War

The astonishing story of VENONA remains one of the last untold chapters in the history of the Cold War.

The Secret War for the Falklands: The SAS, MI6, and the War Whitehall Nearly Lost

The Falklands War of 1982 was one of the most significant armed campaigns to be fought since the end of the Second World War. Although much is known about how the war was fought, little has been revealed about what really happened behind the scenes.
The Secret War for the Falklands is the hitherto undisclosed story of how the Argentines planned the invasion, and why the massive amphibious attack took the British Government by surprise.

MI6: British Secret Intelligence Service Operations 1909-45

Written by the renowned expert Nigel West, this book exposes the operations of Britain's overseas intelligence-gathering organisation, the famed Secret Intelligence Service, MI6, and traces its origins back to its inception in 1909

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