Coming soon: The Journal of Intelligence History, Vol. 15, Issue 1, January 2016

The new issue of the Journal of Intelligence History is published. Have a quick look at the table of contents:

 

Articles:

* Krisztián Ungváry: England, Sir Martin Gilbert and Hungarian State Security

* Johan Matz: Did Raoul Wallenberg try to leave Budapest in January 1945 with jewelry and 15-20 kg of gold hidden in the gasoline tank of his car? On sensationalism in poplar history and Soviet disinformation

* Michael S. Goodman: In search of a lost Commando: a personal account of No. 3 ‘X’ Troop, No. 10 Inter-Allied Commando

 

Film Reviews:

* Spectre (2015), Review by Jason Dymydiuk

 

Book Reviews:

* Stephen Long: The CIA and the Soviet Bloc: political warfare, the Origins of the CIA and countering communism in Europa, Review by  Moritz Gruban and Maximilian Woidich

* Amos Gilboa and Ephraim Lapid: Silent defender: an inside look at sixty years of Israeli Intelligence, Review by Eyal Pascovich

* T. G. Otte (Edt.): An historian in peace and war: the diaries of Harold Temperley, Review by Jim Beach

* Kevin Quinlan: The secret war between the wars: MI5 in the 1920s and 1930s, Review by Glen Segell

* A. S. Dulat and Aditya Sinha: Kashmir: The Vajpayee Years, Review by Ryan Shaffer

 

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