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Civil Operations Lufthansa By peter dancey
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Second in civil operations series features German Flag Carrier Lufthansa Founded in 1920s and used by Adolf Hitler in 1933 to start rebuilding his clandestine Luftwaffe, Operations were suspended... More > during WW II but in the new millennium Lufthansa is one of the worlds major passenger carriers< Less
Operation "Treasure Seeker" By Dr. Moosemeister
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It is 1942 - war is raving through Europe. The crew of a German outpost on the remote Alexandra-Land in the North Polar Sea suddenly discovers a clandestine German base with top-secret technology.... More > Then all hell breaks loose. Follow our hero (?) battling with paranoia, secret German technology and potentially paranormal entities in this latest installment of the “Countdown” series devised by the mysterious author and mastermind “Dr. Moosemeister”.< Less
False Flags, Covert Operations, & Propaganda By Robert B Durham
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A curated collection of articles relating to false flags, covert operations, & propaganda.
Strategic Shadows: Selective Service By Thomas Ryan
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The Americans have Delta Force, the Israelis have the Sayeret Matkal, and the British have the SAS, but no one has these clandestine men. They work on the flanks of society, and no movies were made,... More > or books written about them and their operations that are so black, they obscure reality. Their origins are unknown, and they are an enigma to the even the most elite of Special forces. These men operate undetected in the shadows, and even in plain sight. They can assassinate by day as skillfully as by night. Accountable to no one, and accessible to only the select few who are willing to hire them, these are the men who live in the Strategic Shadows.< Less
A Life for A Life: A Memoir: My Career in Espionage Working for the Central Intelligence Agency By Howard Phillips Hart
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This is the tale of one operations officer in America’s espionage service. It begins with the story about his imprisonment in a Japanese internment camp with his parents in the Philippines... More > during World War II, and how that led him to serve his country at the height of the Cold War. Howard Phillips Hart served most of his 25 year career in South Asia and the Middle East. He was involved in the Iranian Revolution; planned, started, and led the CIA’s massive covert action programs against the Soviet invasion and occupation of Afghanistan; and directed CIA support for the ill-fated 1980 attempt to rescue the American Embassy hostages in Iran. Mr. Hart was the Founding Director of the CIA’s Crime and Counter-narcotics Center.< Less
A Life for a Life: A Memoir: My Career in Espionage Working for the Central Intelligence Agency By Howard Phillips Hart
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This is the tale of one operations officer in America’s espionage service. It begins with the story about his imprisonment in a Japanese internment camp with his parents in the Philippines... More > during World War II, and how that led him to serve his country at the height of the Cold War. Howard Phillips Hart served most of his 25 year career in South Asia and the Middle East. He was involved in the Iranian Revolution; planned, started, and led the CIA’s massive covert action programs against the Soviet invasion and occupation of Afghanistan; and directed CIA support for the ill-fated 1980 attempt to rescue the American Embassy hostages in Iran. Mr. Hart was the Founding Director of the CIA’s Crime and Counter-narcotics Center.< Less
Nock on Wood By LW Hewitt
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They thought the danger was buried away... but they found themselves in a race against time, against certain death, and against an enigma called Viper.
The Black Arts By E W Farnsworth
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The stories in this collection portray dark and exciting clandestine operations in the post-Cold War world. Although fictitious, the stories are loosely conceived as operations whose details have... More > been re-factored to protect sources and methods. Each portrays the “look and feel”, but not the classified substance, of the clandestine universe from a wide range of perspectives. E. W. Farnsworth, an Arizona writer, has published over two hundred short stories worldwide in the last two years. Two collections of his stories - “DarkFire at the Edge of Time” concerns a space odyssey and “Nightworld”, about virtual reality - were published by Audio Arcadia in 2016. "Black Secrets", also published by Audio Arcadia in 2016, contains E.W. Farnsworth's dark stories. These explore a range of disturbing secrets, especially about organizations which have traditions of secrets which often compete with the secrecy of governments.< Less
The Company: A History of the Central Intelligence Agency By Church Committee
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The CIA has been the subject of continuing public scrutiny, much of which has focused on the Agency's abuses. This history examines the CIA's organizational evolution, evaluating the influences that... More > have shaped the Agency and determined its activities. A historical study of this nature serves two important purposes. First, it provides a means of understanding the CIA's structure. Second, and more importantly, by analyzing the causal elements in the CIA's pattern of activity, the study illuminates the possibilities for and obstacles to future reform in the United States foreign intelligence system. Today the CIA is identified primarily in terms of its espionage and covert action capabilities, i.e. spying operations and political action, propaganda, economic, and paramilitary activities designed to influence foreign governments.< Less
The Company: A History of the Central Intelligence Agency By Church Committee
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The CIA has been the subject of continuing public scrutiny, much of which has focused on the Agency's abuses. This history examines the CIA's organizational evolution, evaluating the influences that... More > have shaped the Agency and determined its activities. A historical study of this nature serves two important purposes. First, it provides a means of understanding the CIA's structure. Second, and more importantly, by analyzing the causal elements in the CIA's pattern of activity, the study illuminates the possibilities for and obstacles to future reform in the United States foreign intelligence system. Today the CIA is identified primarily in terms of its espionage and covert action capabilities, i.e. spying operations and political action, propaganda, economic, and paramilitary activities designed to influence foreign governments.< Less