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"FRIENDS" Secret Intelligence Service - MI6 By Michael John O'Hara
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"FRIENDS" nakedly exposes how in the plot to hide Lord Victor Rothschild, Margaret Thatcher, brilliantly worked in unison with her docile lackey, former MI5 Assistant Director, Peter... More > Wright,to use the already dead Sir Roger Henry Hollis,,as the fictional Soviet 'Fifth Man.' Foundational evidence is layed out which exposes MI6 for not only organising the murder of Princess Diana, but also gives facts of the MI6 cover-up of Princess Dianas' pregnancy to Dodi Fayed!Information in this book comes from extreme right field, and is a major indictment in print upon Her Majestys Government& the British Secret Intelligence Service.It is written from the pen of a man who was quite literally brought from his German cradle to England and reared while under " lock & key," until the British Secret Intelligence Service were confident enough to let him loose into the world.This is most definitely not just a good read,it is a revelation in history.< Less
A Guide to Security and Intelligence Agency Recruitment in Australia: All You Need to Know About How to Get a Government Job with Australian Security Intelligence Organisation Australian Secret Intelligence Service and Other Agencies By Renato Rossi
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This book covers all you need to know about how to get a Government Job with the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation, Australian Secret Intelligence Service, Defence Intelligence... More > Organisation, Customs and Border Protection, Attorney-General’s Office, Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australian Federal Police, and other agencies. It will prepare you to be more competitive in the application and recruitment process and includes detailed information on: JOB SELECTION, ENTRY ELEGIBILITY, APPLICATION AND TESTING, ASSESMENTS AND INTERVEIWS, MEDICAL AND HEALTH CRITERA, FITNESS PREPARATION, RECRUIT TRAINING AND LIFE ON THE JOB< Less
The Evolution of U.S. Intelligence Services: A 200-Year History By Church Committee
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The Founders of the Republic did not have intelligence activities in their immediate purview when drafting the Constitution and assigning powers and functions to the branches of government... More > established by this instrument. Nevertheless, implied authority for such pursuits appears to have been granted to both the Executive and the Legislature. This situation has permitted each branch to act independently with regard to intelligence organization and policy and has contributed, as well, to conflicts between them on these matters. Contained in this volume is an overview of the evolution and organization of the Federal intelligence function with a view to its origins and development within the context of a constitutional, democratic republic.< Less
The Evolution of U.S. Intelligence Services: A 200-Year History By Church Committee
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The Founders of the Republic did not have intelligence activities in their immediate purview when drafting the Constitution and assigning powers and functions to the branches of government... More > established by this instrument. Nevertheless, implied authority for such pursuits appears to have been granted to both the Executive and the Legislature. This situation has permitted each branch to act independently with regard to intelligence organization and policy and has contributed, as well, to conflicts between them on these matters. Contained in this volume is an overview of the evolution and organization of the Federal intelligence function with a view to its origins and development within the context of a constitutional, democratic republic.< Less
LES SERVICES SECRETS CONGOLAIS By Tshitenge Tshimbawu
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«J’ai lu pas mal des livres, articles ou revues traitant directement ou indirectement d’espionnage ou du contre-espionnage. Mais aucun d’eux s’est... More > préoccupé à inculquer au lecteur le sens profond ou l’esprit du métier de renseignement. A ce point l’auteur, à travers son œuvre, a bien marqué la différence par rapport à ses prédécesseurs. Et j’ose croire même que l’environnement d’intelligence lui sera grandement reconnaissant. Son œuvre est de haute importance non seulement pour les 007 congolais et le monde politique; mais aussi pour les profanes du métier d’intelligence. Pourquoi ne pas dire aussi, dans une perspective comparative, pour les services secrets des autres pays ou continents. Un bon conseil pour le lecteur est celui d’exploiter cette œuvre en son entier et avec prudence». (Claude W. FRANCKLIN)< Less
British Strategy and Intelligence in the Suez Crisis [ISBN 3319314521] By Danny Steed
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This book traces the activities of the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS/MI6) and the Joint Intelligence Committee (JIC) during the Suez Crisis, one of the most infamous episodes of British foreign... More > policy. In doing so it identifies broader lessons not only about the events of 1956, but about the place of intelligence in strategy itself. It provides both an exploration of the relationship between intelligence and strategy at the conceptual level, and also a historical account, and strategic analysis of, the performance of the Joint Intelligence Committee and the Secret Intelligence Service during this time. Focusing on the period immediately before, during, and after the crisis, Danny Steed brings together a complete picture of intelligence story in Britain that has so far eluded comprehensive treatment in the Suez historiography. Through extensive consultation of declassified archival sources, a re-examination of often referred to sources,...< Less
THE SPIES WHO CAME BACK TO THE COLD: An Icelandic saga of secret agents, intelligence agencies, deception, political intrigue and international diplomacy during the Second World War By Bernard O'Connor
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During the Second World War, the German Intelligence Service infiltrated specially-trained agents into Iceland to collect military, naval, aviation and meteorological intelligence to be transmitted... More > back to Hamburg by wireless or secret writing. Some agents managed to evade capture for a few weeks but most handed themselves into the authorities shortly after landing. Sent to London for interrogation by MI5, rather than be executed as enemy spies, they revealed their life stories and provided details of their training, their instructors and how they were infiltrated. They included Olev Saetrang, Ib Riis, Sigurjon Jonsson, Jens Palsson, Peter Thomsen aka Jens Fridriksson, Larus Thorsteinsson, Einar Sigvaldason, Magnus Gudbjornsson, Sverrir Matthiasson, Ernst Fresenius, Sigurdur Juliusson, Hjalti Bjornsson and Gudbrandur Hlidar. Three of these spies were ‘turned’, used as double agents to transmit British-inspired messages to deceive the Germans about Arctic convoys and a fake Allied invasion of Norway.< Less
Bedford School's Secret Old Boys By Bernard O'Connor
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Six 'Old Bedfordians', ex-Bedford School pupils, served their country in ingenious, brave and daring ways during the Second World War. They were involved with the Special Operations Executive (SOE),... More > a TOP SECRET organisation that helped the resistance movements in occupied Europe. Read the stories of Frank Nelson, the first head of SOE;David Makgill Crighton, sent to Yugoslavia as an aide to King Zog; Frederic Peters, the Commandant of a secret school to train secret agents; John Clarke and his father 'Nobby' who developed limpet bombs and other explosive devices; Mike Andrews who worked in Portugal, Spain and France, helping to return escaped prisoners and other evaders to Britain and Charles Bovill, who developed sophistated wireless communications for RAF planes going on clandestine missions into Europe.< Less
Bletchley Park and the Belgian Pigeon Service By Bernard O'Connor
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During the Second World War, the British Royal Air Force’s Special Duties Squadrons parachuted thousands of pigeons into Belgium. Bletchley Park, the nerve centre of the British Intelligence... More > Service, had its own pigeon loft from where birds were sent on intelligence gathering missions. A secret organisation, MI14(d), was created to organise a pigeon service to occupied Europe. Those who found the pigeons were expected to supply military, economic and political intelligence for the Allies. This book includes the messages sent back from Belgium. In particular, it investigates the roles played by Josef Raskin and Jean Ceysens, the British Intelligence Services, the RAF and the brave individuals who, despite the possibility of imprisonment, sent messages to Britain in the hope it would help liberate their country.< Less
The Women of RAF Tempsford: Churchill's Most Secret Airfield By Bernard O'Connor
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The Women of RAF Tempsford describes the roles played directly and indirectly by women and girls associated with the UK’s TOP SECRET airfield, including the catering staff, WAAF, FANY, the... More > locals and almost sixty female secret agents flown out on important missions into occupied Europe.< Less

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