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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Contributors: Bradley F. Smith, Beatrice Heuser, V. Scott Lucas, C.J. Morris, Sheila Kerr, Anthony Gorst, John Kent, John Young, Saki Dockrill, Alex Danchev, J Zametica and Karl Hack. Foreword by Robert Cecil.
`... a valuable addition to the literature.' - Intelligence & National Security
`This is a valuable state of the art survey.' - International Affairs
`...a carefully researched and thoughtful presentation. - Political Studies
`...this book should be in the libraries of all secondary schools, of universities and the Staff Colleges.' - The Rush Journal