Secret Intelligence in the Twentieth Century

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Index

a
Acheson, Dean, 63 , 96 - 97
Adenauer, Konrad, 143 , 160 , 163 , 164 -5, 170
Agee, Philip, 69
AISW (Air Intelligence Service Wing (USA)), 88
Arbeitskreis Nachrichtendienstgeschichte see International Intelligence History Association (IIHA)
Aspin-Brown Commission (Canada), 176
Astor, Richard, 49

b
B-Dienst (Beobachtungsdienst—German Naval Intelligence Service), 25 , 28
Bamler, Rudolf, 120
Battleground Berlin (Bailey et al. ), 156
Bechler, Bernard, 120
Bedell Smith, Walter, 64
Bevin, Ernest, 160
BfV (Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz German counter-intelligence), 164
Bloodworth, Margaret, 186
BND (Bundesnachrichtendienst Federal Intelligence Service), 88
see also Gehlen Organization
BOB (Berlin Operations Base (USA))
Berlin Tunnel operation, 149
CIA’s OSO, BOB under, 148
food programme, objection to, 156 -7
military intelligence provided by, 129 -30
OSS, abolition of, 148
Soviet branch operations, 151
transition from OSS to CIA, 148
see also June uprising (1953); OPC; PSB
Bonn Treaty, 133
Boog, Horst, ix , xxi , 83 - 90
Borden, Robert, 187
Borfuka, Helmut, 120
Boyd, Carl, 28 , 29
Breakspear report (Canada), 186
British Intelligence in the Second WorldWar (Hinsley), 24 , 29
BSSO (British Intelligence Organization), 88
Bungert, Heike, ix , xix - xxiii
Byrnes, James F., 63

c
Cabell, Charles, 87
Cain, Frank, ix - x , xxii , 92 - 109
Canadian intelligence 1990s, transitional period for, 176 -7
Cold War period, 185 -6
CSE, 187
CSIS, 185 -86
domestic intelligence, concern with, 186 -7
and blunting of impact of high-technology, 189
police forces, dominance of, 187 -8
police powers, potential abuse of, 188
political control, decoupling of, 187 -8
foreign intelligence agency, eschewing of, 187
as hotchpotch, 188
institutional reforms, 185 -6
origins of, 184 -5
World Wars I and II, challenges of, 185
see also intelligence revolution, Canada
CDU (Christlich Demokratische Union (Germany)), 130
CENTO (Central Treaty Organization), 174
CFM (Council of Foreign Ministers), 130 -31
CHINCOM (China Committee for the Control of East-West Trade), 108
CI (Committee of Information), 150 -51, 171
CIA (Central Intelligence Agency (USA))
empowered to conduct offensive operations, 72 -3
and Gehlen Organization, 161 -2
German base, establishment of, 148
inflated views of capabilities of, 157
OSS, successor organization to, 58 , 63 -4, 95
peacetime creation of, 68
‘shadow warfare’ capabilities of, 63 -4
see also BOB;
covert operations;
GDR (German Democratic Republic), and US intelligence;

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