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Old 30th May 2020, 6:04 pm   #1
John KC0G
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Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA.
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Default The Literature of Intelligence: a Bibliography of Materials, ...

I could not find a reference in the archives to this web site assembled by J. Ransom Clark of Muskingum University in Ohio. Please see

The number of references is bewildering. I do note that when it comes to British intelligence in WW2, Ransom Clark states that Hinsley's Official history of British Intelligence in World War II is the place to start. See: I have read the one volume abridged version, which deals with what was know and how it was used. It was fascinating and largely impersonal. I understand that for the details of how intelligence was gathered and how the intelligence services were organised, one needs to read the main work.

73 John
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