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…

Call for Papers: Military Intelligence

Military Intelligence, its knowledge, its sources and subsequent actions play a unique role in conflict and war situations as well as in the development of military strategies, tactics and analyses both in time of peace and war. Military Intelligence Services collect and analyse information, they produce highly relevant intelligence to support the decision process of…

In Memoriam: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Rohwer, Honorary President of the IIHA

With deep regret and sadness the Board of the IIHA has to announce that Prof. Dr. Jürgen Rohwer, Honorary President of the IIHA has passed away on July 24, 2015. Jürgen Rohwer was a founding member of the IIHA and greatly accompanied it on its way to a well-performing and international working research association. His profound historical knowledge,…

Coming soon: The Journal of Intelligence History Vol. 14, Issue 2, 2015

The new issue of the Journal of Intelligence History is published. Have a quick look at the table of contents:   Articles: * Looking for meaning: lessons from Mossad’s failed adaption to the post-Cold War era, 1991-2013 (by Tamir Libel) * Nerve agent development: a lesson in intelligence failure? (by Mark Wilkinson) * The CIA and the…