A Century of Spies: Intelligence in the Twentieth Century

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A Century of Spies
Intelligence in the Twentieth Century

JEFFREY T. RICHELSON

Oxford University Press New York Oxford

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • I - 1900-1939 1
  • 1 - A Shady Profession 3
  • 2 - The Great War: Spies and Saboteurs 18
  • 3 - Spies in the Great War: Eyes and Ears 31
  • 4 - Lenin's Spies 47
  • 5 - Spies between the Wars: 1919-1929 64
  • 6 - Spies between the Wars: 1930-1939 79
  • II - The Second World War 101
  • 7 - Intelligence and the Onset of War 103
  • 8 - Spies and Counterspies 124
  • 9 - The Wrecking Crews 145
  • 10 - Aerial Spies 157
  • 11 - Black Magic 173
  • 12 - Knowing the Enemy 197
  • III - The Cold War Era and Beyond 213
  • 13 - New Adversaries 215
  • 14 - New Players 232
  • 15 - Secret Wars 244
  • 16 - Superpower Espionage 256
  • 17 - Spies and Moles 272
  • 18 - Technological Espionage 293
  • 19 - Crisis Intelligence 310
  • 20 - The Technical Revolution Continues 328
  • 21 - Penetrations, Sunken Subs, and Sudden Death 342
  • 22 - Elusive Truths 360
  • 23 - A New Decade 373
  • 24 - The Year of the Spy 388
  • 25 - End of an Era 404
  • 26 - A New World of Disorder 416
  • Abbreviations Used in the Notes 433
  • Notes 435
  • Index 511
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