Secret Intelligence

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Doubleday Religious Publishing Group, 1989 - History - 265 pages
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The fascinating history of American espionage in our century, its devastating failures, its continuing essential role in a society that values openness over secrecy. Based on extensive interviews and documentary sources.

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My reaction to reading this book in1994. This book is not as good as G.J.A. O’Toole’s more detailed and longer Honorable Treachery. This book is also based on a premise that O’Toole convincingly ... Read full review

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one On the Road to Shevogarsk
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three We Cannot Afford to Be Sissies
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four Black Jumbo in the Ether
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ERNEST VOLKMAN is an acknowledged authority on espionage and intelligence. Formerly a prize-winning investigative reporter for Newsday and executive editor of Espionage magazine, he is the author of several books, including Spies: The Secret Agents Who Changed the Course of History, Secret Intelligence: The Inside Story of America's Espionage Empire, and Warriors of the Night: Spies, Soldiers, and American Intelligence.

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