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Gallantry in Action - A Biographic Dictionary of Espionage in the American Revolutionary War (Hardcover, New): Harry Thayer... Gallantry in Action - A Biographic Dictionary of Espionage in the American Revolutionary War (Hardcover, New)
Harry Thayer Mahoney, Marjorie Locke Mahoney
R1,534 Discovery Miles 15 340 Special order

Biographic Dictionary of Espionage is an in depth exploration of the spying operations on both sides of the American Revolutionary War. Beginning with a historical overview of the war itself, Gallantry in Action goes on to its major focus, the agents themselves. Over 150 key participants in the game of espionage in this turbulent period of history are examined. An essential reference work.

A Pacifist At War - The Silence of Francis Cammaerts (Paperback): Ray Jenkins A Pacifist At War - The Silence of Francis Cammaerts (Paperback)
Ray Jenkins 1
R195 R154 Discovery Miles 1 540 Save R41 (21%) Special order

One of the last major untold stories of the war, this is the first-hand account of a conscientious objector born into a famous artistic family who, after the death of his brother on active service, decides to fight the Nazis and joins SOE. Barely 28 years of age he ends up as a leader of French resistance, set up by Jean Moulin, whose horrific death features in the story, and heads a massive underground movement of some 20,000 men. The book has been compiled by Ray Jenkins, a distinguished TV, film and radio dramatist from first-hand interviews, with the drama of raids, torture and sudden death ever present - at one point Francis Cammaerts is captured by the Gestapo. There is also an emotional theme as Francis's relationship with his wife, whom he has been able to tell nothing, suffers and he lives closely with the beautiful and legendary agent, Countess Krystina Skarbeck. A genuinely original contribution to the history of the resistance, Ray Jenkins's beautifully told story has been praised by the official historian of wartime intelligence, MRD Foot. Francis Cammaerts died in 2006 at the age of 90 after a distinguished career in education.

Words of Intelligence - An Intelligence Professional's Lexicon for Domestic and Foreign Threats (Paperback, 2nd Edition):... Words of Intelligence - An Intelligence Professional's Lexicon for Domestic and Foreign Threats (Paperback, 2nd Edition)
Jan Goldman
R645 Discovery Miles 6 450 Special order

Words of Intelligence: An Intelligence Professional's Lexicon for Domestic and Foreign Threats is intended for the intelligence and national security men and women at the federal, state, and local levels. The intelligence community has undergone massive changes since it developed after World War II. Intelligence work now involves several different processes, including the planning, collection, analysis, and production of information. It also requires extensive expertise in its terminology. And in the post-9/11 era, the intelligence community has expanded, requiring the transmission of information to state and local public administrators, health officials, and transportation planners in times of a possible domestic attack. The number of people who need to know the specialized terminology of the intelligence community continues to grow. This dictionary is an invaluable tool for those requiring a working knowledge of intelligence-related issues from both a foreign intelligence perspective and a local perspective for law enforcement officials. The number of terms, abbreviations, and acronyms has more than doubled for this new edition, and it includes a topical index and extensively cross-referenced entries. This book explains terms that relate to intelligence operations, intelligence strategies, security classifications, obscure names of intelligence boards and organizations, and methodologies used to produce intelligence analysis. Both entry-level and experienced intelligence professionals in the domestic and foreign intelligence communities find this book useful. This book is more than just a reference book; it is a book to read and enjoy, and from which to learn the art and science of intelligence analysis.

Western Intelligence and the Collapse of the Soviet Union - 1980-1990: Ten Years that did not Shake the World (Hardcover):... Western Intelligence and the Collapse of the Soviet Union - 1980-1990: Ten Years that did not Shake the World (Hardcover)
David Arbel, Ran Edelist
R2,799 Discovery Miles 27 990 Special order

In the second half of 1991, the Soviet Union collapsed. It was an event of major historic and global dimensions, yet this strategic transformation of international relations took the entire world totally by suprise - despite the fact that the West saw in the Communist power an ideological foe and a major military threat.
During the 1980s Western intelligence services spent about $40 billion every year, most of it to monitor the Soviet Union and its satellites. Yet all of them, without exception, were taken by surprise when the red empire crumbled. The American CIA, Britain's MI-6, Germany's BND and the French DGSE all failed to comprehend that the Soviet Union was approaching the end of its imperial existence. A handful of honest intelligence professionals who identified the signs of weakness and distress were shunted aside.
The authors of this book interviewed dozens of people who dealt with Soviet affairs in the 1980s, most of them in the United States, some in Europe, the Soviet Union and Israel. The interviewees included high ranking government officials, academics and journalists, but mostly intelligence personnel. All admitted having been caught off guard, but differed over the reasons for their surprise, and who was responsible for it.

Intelligence Engineering - Operating Beyond the Conventional (Hardcover): Adam D.M. Svendsen Intelligence Engineering - Operating Beyond the Conventional (Hardcover)
Adam D.M. Svendsen
R999 Discovery Miles 9 990 Special order

Intelligence continues to undergo significant changes at a remarkable pace, notably developments related to "Big Data," surveillance, and cyber. Intelligence today involves multiagency, multinational, multidisciplinary, multidomain information sharing and sense-making, conducted by commerce, academic, government, civil society, media, law enforcement, military, and nongovernmental/nonprofit organizations. Increasingly complex systems, including interrelated technical dimensions, are central to modern defense systems. Intelligence Engineering: Operating Beyond the Conventional provides a new framework for generating analysis, exploring how systems to system-of-systems can be harnessed both for and into the future. Intelligence engineering (IE) involves the use of scientific and technical knowledge to artfully create, operate, maintain, and dismantle complex devices, machines, structures, systems, and processes that support and/or disrupt human endeavor occurring in the intelligence context. Spanning both human and technical intelligence realms, IE includes the collection and analysis of information that is of military and/or political value, and that relates to international relations, defense, and national security. Strategic Futures, risk management across to resilience concerns, are similarly engaged.

Controlling Intelligence (Hardcover): Glenn Peter Hastedt Controlling Intelligence (Hardcover)
Glenn Peter Hastedt
R2,674 Discovery Miles 26 740 Special order

The vital ingredient in the formulation and execution of a successful foreign policy is intelligence. For the USA, as the Bay of Pigs incident and the Iran-Contra affair have shown, controlling intelligence is a problem which policy-makers and concerned citizens have rarely examined and imperfectly understood. Of the seven contributors, five have direct experience of working with or in intelligence, and all have written extensively on the subject.

The Admirals' Advantage - U.S. Navy Operational Intelligence in World War II and the Cold War (Paperback): Christopher... The Admirals' Advantage - U.S. Navy Operational Intelligence in World War II and the Cold War (Paperback)
Christopher Ford, David Rosenberg; Foreword by Adm. Jonathan Greenert
R646 Discovery Miles 6 460 Special order

This analytic and historical study provides a revealing look at naval operational intelligence by embracing the fundamental question of what OPINTEL is and how it answers the fundamental question ""Where is the enemy, in what strength, and disposition, and what is he doing right now?"" It is primarily the result of an Operational Intelligence Lessons-Learned Symposium held at the National Maritime Intelligence Training Center in Dam Neck, Virginia, 12-13 September 1998. The participants included senior intelligence professionals whose mandate was to explore the ramifications of the evolution of naval operational intelligence since World War II. Current practices were also explored with inputs from current practitioners as represented by various fleet and shore commands. Additional sources for the study were oral interviews and correspondence with senior members of the intelligence community. The authors have scrupulously taken the work as close to the edge of security classification as is possible to enhance its value without being damaging to national security.

British Intelligence and the Japanese Challenge in Asia, 1914-1941 (Hardcover): A. Best British Intelligence and the Japanese Challenge in Asia, 1914-1941 (Hardcover)
A. Best
R3,165 Discovery Miles 31 650 Special order

This is the first full-length study of the role played by British Intelligence in influencing policy towards Japan from the decline of the Alliance to the outbreak of the Pacific War. Using many previously classified records it describes how the image of Japan generated by Intelligence during this period led Britain to underestimate Japanese military capabilities in 1941. The book shows how this image was derived from a lack of adequate intelligence resources and racially driven assumptions about Japanese national characteristics.

Evidence in Camera (Paperback, New edition): Constance Babington Smith Evidence in Camera (Paperback, New edition)
Constance Babington Smith
R211 R172 Discovery Miles 1 720 Save R39 (18%) Special order

A war book with a difference ...an important addition to the history of those times ...here is a book to read and enjoy.' - The Sunday Times; 'Unconventional by virtue of the intelligent, genuine and honest manner in which it is written ...unusually valuable.' - Spectator; 'Fascinating, enthralling ...I recommend this book without qualification.' - Daily Mirror

Combating Proliferation - Strategic Intelligence and Security Policy (Hardcover, New): Jason D. Ellis, Geoffrey D. Kiefer Combating Proliferation - Strategic Intelligence and Security Policy (Hardcover, New)
Jason D. Ellis, Geoffrey D. Kiefer
R919 R833 Discovery Miles 8 330 Save R86 (9%) Special order

The intelligence community's flawed assessment of Iraq's weapons systems -- and the Bush administration's decision to go to war in part based on those assessments -- illustrates the political and policy challenges of combating the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. In this comprehensive assessment, defense policy specialists Jason Ellis and Geoffrey Kiefer find disturbing trends in both the collection and analysis of intelligence and in its use in the development and implementation of security policy.

Analyzing a broad range of recent case studies -- Pakistan's development of nuclear weapons, North Korea's defiance of U.N. watchdogs, Russia's transfer of nuclear and missile technology to Iran and China's to Pakistan, the Soviet biological warfare program, weapons inspections in Iraq, and others -- the authors find that intelligence collection and analysis relating to WMD proliferation are becoming more difficult, that policy toward rogue states and regional allies requires difficult tradeoffs, and that using military action to fight nuclear proliferation presents intractable operational challenges.

Ellis and Kiefer reveal that decisions to use -- or overlook -- intelligence are often made for starkly political reasons. They document the Bush administration's policy shift from nonproliferation, which emphasizes diplomatic tools such as sanctions and demarches, to counterproliferation, which at times employs interventionist and preemptive actions. They conclude with cogent recommendations for intelligence services and policy makers.

Rommel's Spy - Operation Condor and the Desert War (Paperback): John W. Eppler Rommel's Spy - Operation Condor and the Desert War (Paperback)
John W. Eppler
R350 R285 Discovery Miles 2 850 Save R65 (19%) Special order

In 1942, John Eppler was one of two German spies inserted behind British lines in Egypt after an epic crossing of the Western Desert organised by the Hungarian explorer Count Laszlo Almasy, Operation 'Condor'. But this was far from his first adventure. Of German origin but raised since childhood in a wealthy Egyptian family and a convert to Islam, he had travelled widely in the Middle East for German Military Intelligence. The book details German links with Arab nationalists during the War: indeed, one of Eppler's contacts in Cairo was a young officer called Anwar el-Sadat, later President of Egypt. Before Operation 'Condor'. Eppler had been the interpreter when the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem met Hitler in Berlin, and the book gives a full description of this controversial encounter. This story has inspired numerous films, such as Foxhole in Cairo (1960), where John Eppler was played by Adrian Hoven, and more recently Operation 'Condor' was referenced in the Oscar-winning The English Patient (1996). This is the genuine, first-hand account of one of the most daring missions of the Second World War.

The Clandestine Cold War in Asia, 1945-65 - Western Intelligence, Propaganda and Special Operations (Hardcover): Richard J.... The Clandestine Cold War in Asia, 1945-65 - Western Intelligence, Propaganda and Special Operations (Hardcover)
Richard J. Aldrich, Ming-Yeh Rawnsley
R2,789 Discovery Miles 27 890 Special order

Asia represented the hottest theatre of the Cold War, with several declared and undeclared wars always in progress. Examining the Asian dimension of this struggle, this volume describes and analyzes a range of clandestine activities from intelligence and propaganda to special operations and security support. It draws on documents declassified after the end of the Cold War.

Chinese Intelligence Operations - Espionage Damage Assessment Branch, US Defence Intelligence Agency (Hardcover): Nicholas... Chinese Intelligence Operations - Espionage Damage Assessment Branch, US Defence Intelligence Agency (Hardcover)
Nicholas Eftimiades
R2,666 Discovery Miles 26 660 Special order

Nicholas Eftimiades examines the infiltration of Chinese espionage agents into foreign governments and private businesses. These efforts have been going on mostly uninterrupted for decades, while Western intelligence services focused on the Soviet Union. He draws on his expertise as a counterintelligence analyst to examine the structure, objectives and methodology of Chinese clandestine activities. The book specifically addresses the human source in intelligence operations, such as agent and double-agent recruitment, and how these tactics fit into the conduct of internal and foreigh affairs in China.

Spies, Informers and the 'Anti-Sinn Fein Society' - The Intelligence War in Cork City 1919-1921 (Hardcover, New):... Spies, Informers and the 'Anti-Sinn Fein Society' - The Intelligence War in Cork City 1919-1921 (Hardcover, New)
John Borgonovo
R668 Discovery Miles 6 680 Special order

The book is a study of the shooting of suspected civilian informers by the Cork city IRA in 1920-1921. During a one-year period, at least twenty-four Cork civilians died at the hands of the IRA, including a two-week span that saw eight civilians shot. IRA sources claim some of the civilians were members of an Anti-Sinn Fein Society, a pro-British intelligence network operating in the city. The book analyses the existence of such a network, alleged IRA persecution of ex-soldiers, and the strength of the IRA intelligence efforts in Cork city. It places these trends in the context of both the British reprisal campaign in Cork city, and the IRA's guerrilla struggle. The book contains significant original research that focuses on events in Cork city in 1920-1921. Chapters on the British reprisal campaign, the IRA intelligence network, and the trends of the conflict, provide unique evidence and conclusions regarding the situation in Cork city, which have not been published in any other work and directly contradicts some conclusions made in Peter Hart's "The IRA and its Enemies".

A Monument to Deceit (Paperback): C. Michael Hiam, Thomas Powers A Monument to Deceit (Paperback)
C. Michael Hiam, Thomas Powers
R516 Discovery Miles 5 160 Special order

It was an enigma of the Vietnam War: American troops kept killing the Viet Cong--and being killed in the process--and yet their ranks continued to grow. When CIA analyst Sam Adams uncovered documents suggesting a Viet Cong army more than twice as large as previously reckoned, another war erupted, this time within the ranks of America's intelligence community. Although originally clandestine, this conflict involving the highest levels of the U.S. government burst into public view during the acrimonious lawsuit Westmoreland v. CBS. The central issue in the suit, as in the war itself, was the calamitous failure of U.S. intelligence agencies to ascertain the strength of the Viet Cong and get that information to troops in a timely fashion. The legacy of this failure--whether caused by institutional inertia, misguided politics, or individual hubris--haunts our nation. In the era of Chelsea Manning, Julian Assange, and Edward Snowden, Sam Adams' tireless crusade for "honest intelligence" resonates strongly today.

The Evolution of Soviet Operational Art, 1927-1991 - The Documentary Basis: Volume 2 (1965-1991) (Hardcover): David M. Glantz,... The Evolution of Soviet Operational Art, 1927-1991 - The Documentary Basis: Volume 2 (1965-1991) (Hardcover)
David M. Glantz, Harold S. Orenstein; Introduction by David M. Glantz; Foreword by David M. Glantz; Translated by Harold S. Orenstein
R2,685 Discovery Miles 26 850 Special order

The Soviet military concept of operational art and the associated theories such as "war of annihilations", "deep battle", and "deep operations" have been observed by the West since World War II. The Soviet government hid their military-theoretical work behind a veil of secrecy. Here, the Soviet theories are revealed in the words of those who created them in peacetime and applied them in war.

The Real Enigma Heroes (Hardcover): Phil Shanahan The Real Enigma Heroes (Hardcover)
Phil Shanahan
R481 R386 Discovery Miles 3 860 Save R95 (20%) Special order

The capture of the Enigma codes helped shorten the Second World War by at least a year. Churchill took a special interest in the information that came out of Bletchley Park's Station X and he guarded his contact well so that the Germans would never find out the source.Without the quick actions of three men from HMS Petard, who clambered aboard a sinking German U-boat, the codes might never have been broken. On the night of 30 October 1942, First Lieutenant Tony Fasson, accompanied by Able Seaman Colin Grazier and Tommy Brown, climbed aboard U-559. Passing codebooks up through the hatch, Fasson and Grazier were caught aboard the sub as she suddenly sank. Brown was saved, along with the code books, and the rest, they say, is history...It wasn't until 1969 that the men were mentioned for their work in rescuing the Enigma codes, and even then it was in the comic "The Hornet". Phil Shanahan tells the extraordinary story of the three men who saved countless Allied lives and shortened the war by a year, as well as the efforts to recognise their bravery.

Wellington's Spies (Hardcover, New): Mary McGrigor Wellington's Spies (Hardcover, New)
Mary McGrigor
R543 R430 Discovery Miles 4 300 Save R113 (21%) Special order

Intelligence was just as important in the Napoleonic Wars as it is today. Then there was only one way of obtaining it - by spies and informers. The Author uses first hand accounts of three of Wellington's most daring and successful Intelligence Officers. The three men, all of Scottish descent, were very different in character. One was killed in action and another taken prisoner and after narrowly avoiding summary execution made a dramatic escape. There is a romantic angle too.
Their stories skillfully interwoven against the backdrop of the brutal Peninsula War where atrocities were common place. This book gives a fresh insight into Wellington's remarkable triumph over Napoleon's armies.

Cruel Britannia - A Secret History of Torture (Paperback): Ian Cobain Cruel Britannia - A Secret History of Torture (Paperback)
Ian Cobain 1
R238 R194 Discovery Miles 1 940 Save R44 (18%) Special order

The official line is clear: the UK does not 'participate in, solicit, encourage or condone' torture. And yet, the evidence is irrefutable: when faced with potential threats to our national security, the gloves always come off. Drawing on previously unseen official documents, and the accounts of witnesses, victims and experts, prize-winning investigative journalist Ian Cobain looks beyond the cover-ups and the equivocations, to get to the truth. From WWII to the War on Terror, via Kenya and Northern Ireland, Cruel Britannia shows how the British have repeatedly and systematically resorted to torture, bending the law where they can, and issuing categorical denials all the while. What emerges is a picture of Britain that challenges our complacency and exposes the lie behind our reputation for fair play.

Secrets of Signals Intelligence During the Cold War - From Cold War to Globalization (Hardcover, annotated edition): Matthew M.... Secrets of Signals Intelligence During the Cold War - From Cold War to Globalization (Hardcover, annotated edition)
Matthew M. Aid, Cees Wiebes
R2,793 Discovery Miles 27 930 Special order

In recent years the importance of Signals Intelligence (Sigint) has become more prominent, especially the capabilities and possibilities of reading and deciphering diplomatic, military and commercial communications of other nations.
This growing awareness of the importance of intelligence applies not only to the activities of the big services but also to those smaller nations like The Netherlands. For this reason The Netherlands Intelligence Association (NISA) was recently established in which academics and (former and still active) members of The Netherlands intelligence community work together in order to promote research into the history of Dutch intelligence communities.

The Encyclopedia of Codenames of World War II (Hardcover): Christopher Chant The Encyclopedia of Codenames of World War II (Hardcover)
Christopher Chant
R3,017 Discovery Miles 30 170 Special order

Codenames were a vital feature of World War II, serving as mental shorthand for those in the know, and obscuring the issues for those who were not. Codenames were used from the highest level, in the planning of grand strategic moves affecting the conduct of the whole war, to the lowest command divisions, in the conduct of small-scale tactical operations. This encyclopedia, first published in 1986, removes the mystery surrounding many of the important code names from the era. With around 3,000 entries drawn from all sides - the U.K., U.S.A., Germany, the U.S.S.R. and Japan - Christopher Chant's work provides a uniquely comprehensive and full overview of major operations, names and code words. Thorough and exciting, this key reference reissue is an exceptionally valuable resource for military historians, enthusiasts and general readers with an interest in World War II.

Hitler's Espionage Machine - German intelligence agencies and operations during World War II (Paperback, UK ed.): Christer... Hitler's Espionage Machine - German intelligence agencies and operations during World War II (Paperback, UK ed.)
Christer Jorgensen
R498 R402 Discovery Miles 4 020 Save R96 (19%) Special order

An in-depth study of all the varied facets of the Nazi intelligence apparatus ranging from the dreaded Gestapo, the daring Brandenburg battalions through to the SD under the Central Security Service of the Reich.

A Sense of Place - An Intimate Portrait of the Niebaum-Coppola Winery and the Napa Valley (Paperback): Steven Kolpan A Sense of Place - An Intimate Portrait of the Niebaum-Coppola Winery and the Napa Valley (Paperback)
Steven Kolpan
R830 R727 Discovery Miles 7 270 Save R103 (12%) Special order

In A Sense of Place, renowned wine expert and writer Steven Kolpan tells the story of how Francis Ford Coppola brought California's most distinguished and historic vineyard back to life. Gustave Niebaum's Inglenook Estate, started in 1879, was one of the Napa Valley's first established vineyards and the birthplace of its premium wine industry. Generations after Niebaum's death, the vineyard was sold to Heublein, the wine and spirits monolith, who broke up the land and changed the Inglenook brand from a premium, connoisseur wine to a mass-market jug wine. In 1975, Francis Coppola bought the Niebaum residence and the surrounding estate. Along with the original estate's reputation, he also brought back some of its original workers, including Rafael Rodriquez, who, in h is late seventies, now serves as the vineyard manager and historian. Coppola overcame naysayers, red tape, and financial turmoil to reestablish the winery as a defender of quality, producing wine under four different labels, including the revered wine Rubicon. In 1995, Coppola purchased the Inglenook Chateau and its adjacent vineyards, fulfilling his dream of reuniting the original Napa Valley estate. Kolpan's luscious, flavorful narrative is worth enjoying now and keeping for later.

The Dirty War (Paperback, New Ed): Martin Dillon The Dirty War (Paperback, New Ed)
Martin Dillon
R215 R169 Discovery Miles 1 690 Save R46 (21%) Special order

1969 was a year of rising tension, violence and change for the people of Northern Ireland. Rioting in Derry's Bogside led to the deployment of British troops and a shortlived, uneasy truce. The British army soon found itself engaged in an undercover war against the Provisional IRA, which was to last for more than twenty years. In this enthralling and controversial book, Martin Dillon, author of the bestselling The Shankill Butchers, examines the roles played by the Provisional IRA, the State forces, the Irish Government and the British Army during this troubled period. He unravels the mystery of war in which informers, agents and double agents operate, revealing disturbing facts about the way in which the terrorists and the Intelligence Agencies target, undermine and penetrate each other's ranks. The Dirty War is investigative reporting at its very best, containing startling disclosures and throwing new light on previously inexplicable events.

Canada's Road to the Pacific War - Intelligence, Strategy, and the Far East Crisis (Hardcover): Timothy. Wilford Canada's Road to the Pacific War - Intelligence, Strategy, and the Far East Crisis (Hardcover)
Timothy. Wilford
R1,842 Discovery Miles 18 420 Special order

In December 1941, Japan attacked multiple targets in the Far East
and the Pacific, including Hong Kong, where Canadian battalions were
stationed. The disaster suggested that the Allies were totally
unprepared for war with Japan. This book dispels that assumption by
offering the first in-depth account of Canadian intelligence gathering
and strategic planning leading up to the crisis.

Timothy Wilford reminds us that Canada was both a Pacific and an
Atlantic power, and the first nation to declare war on Japan. Canadian
intelligence officers and strategists monitored Japan's movements
and worked closely with their US and Allied counterparts to develop a
picture of Japan's intentions and a strategic plan to meet
challenges in the Pacific. Although Canada wanted to avoid conflict
with Japan until US participation was assured, policy makers fully
anticipated action in the Pacific and made preparations for national
and imperial defence, which included the internment of Japanese
Canadians.

Canada's Road to the Pacific War sheds new light on
Canadian decision making, Commonwealth strategic planning, and the
emerging Anglo-American special relationship during a crisis that led
to war in the Pacific, as well as to the creation of the Grand
Alliance.


Timothy Wilford received a doctorate in history from
the University of Ottawa and specializes in twentieth-century military
history.

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