The second oldest profession: the spy as bureaucrat, patriot, fantasist, and whore

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Pan Books, Oct 9, 1987 - Political Science - 436 pages
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The second oldest profession: spies and spying in the twentieth century

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The first modern, permanent intelligence agency was created about 1909, and within a few years all the great powers had similar agencies. Concentrating almost entirely on Britain, France, Germany ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
Governments Spies and Fairy Tales
9
The Legends Grow
29
Copyright

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