British Intelligence, Strategy and the Cold War, 1945-51

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Richard J. Aldrich
Taylor & Francis, Jul 30, 1992 - Political Science - 368 pages
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The Cold War is often considered to be the quintessential intelligence conflict. Yet secret intelligence remains the `missing dimension' of Britain's Cold War history. This volume offers an authoritative picture of Britain's clandestine role in the development of the Cold War focusing upon the key issues of intelligence and strategy.

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About the author (1992)

Richard J. Aldrich began the research for "The Hidden Hand" while an ACLS-Fulbright Fellow at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. He has published extensively on the secret services. Co-editor of the journal Intelligence and National Security, he is currently Director of the Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies and Professor of Politics at the University of Nottingham.

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