The Central Intelligence Agency: History and Documents
William M. Leary
University of Alabama Press, Jun 30, 1984 - Fiction - 190 pages
This volume pulls together a core collection of documents pertaining to the CIA. Leary's introduction provides an overview and chronology of the US intelligence operations from the American Revolution through to World War II, and places the documents in proper perspective.
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