Brassey's book of espionage

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Brassey's, 1996 - History - 232 pages
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An examination of espionage efforts in various countries that addresses pressing concerns of different intelligence communities and their current technology. Laffin addresses today security threats against the Western world, including Muslim extremists and China's increasingly sophisticated intelligence system.

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Contents

Fear is the Spur
1
The Language of Spying
5
The Spy Organisations
27
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

An expert in 20th century forces, John Laffin has written two fascinating books for the Men-at-Arms series.

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