Espionage's Most Wanted: The Top 10 Book of Malicious Moles, Blown Covers, and Intelligence Oddities

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Potomac Books, Inc., 2003 - Electronic books - 300 pages
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Delivers little-known facts and astounding stories about cloak-and-dagger operations, dirty tricks, and the games that nations play
 

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Contents

Favorite Watering HolesA Tour of Western Europe and the United States
Bosses Spymasters
The Price Is Right
Freedom of the Press for All Those Who Own a Press
Patron of Letters
The Company and The Friends Take to the Air
From A Better World A World Full of Bliss to a Wet Job and The Measles
They Shoot Spies Dont They?

American Revolution American Spies
American Revolution English Spys
Major Martin and FriendsThose Who never Were
A Spys Walk Through London
A Spys Washington DC
Still Classified After All These years
Companies of the Company
James and the Giant Peach to Goldfinger
Noms de Plume and dEspionage
The Monster Rally Dirty Tricks and Black Propaganda
Sobriquets
Swallows and Honeytraps
Ravens or Swans the Male Swallows
Cover Jobs
The Rich and Famous Worked Here Too
Great Quips from the Great Game
Creativity at the Bureau
The Magnificent Five Plus Five
Loyalty Loyalty Wherefore Art Thou Loyalty?
Ten for the Intelligence Cognoscenti
Ten for Tube Alloys and the Manhattan Project
The Company Goes to the Movies
The Company as Culture Vulture
Encounter et al the CIAS Stable of Highbrow Culture Magazines
Ten Selected Books Published by the CIA Front Congress for Cultural Freedom
It Always Sounds Better in FrenchEspecially If you Dont Know French
Bibliography
Index
About the Author
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Mahl holds a Ph.D. in diplomatic history from Kent State University. He teaches United States intelligence and national security at Case Western Reserve University.

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