American-British-Canadian Intelligence Relations, 1939-2000

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Maurizio Ferrera, David Stafford, Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones, Martin Rhodes
Psychology Press, 2000 - History - 286 pages
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This work considers, for the first time, the intelligence relationship between three important North Atlantic powers in the Twenty-first century, from WWII to post-Cold War. As demonstrated in the case studies in this volume, World War II cemented loose and often informal inter-allied agreements on security intelligence that had preceded it, and created new and important areas of close and formal co-operation in such areas as codebreaking and foreign intelligence.
 

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Contents

The Role of British Intelligence in the Mythologies
5
OSSSOE Relations Albania 19434 Roderick Bailey
20
Roosevelt Churchill and AngloAmerican
36
The Difficult Beginnings of USBritish
49
BritishAmerican Scientific Collaboration
74
The CIA and MI6 W Scott Lucas
95
AngloAmerican
121
How America Britain
177
Alger Hiss
211
Their Role
225
American British and Canadian Intelligence
259
About the Contributors
275
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David Stafford, "an expert in Britain's wartime intelligence operations" (The Independent), is the author of numerous books. A former diplomat who has written extensively on intelligence history, he is currently Project director at the Center for Second World War Studies at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.