New: The Journal of Intelligence History Vol. 14, Issue 1, 2015

The new issue of the Journal of Intelligence History is published. Have a quick look at the table of contents: Operation TIGRESS: deception for counterintelligence and Britain’s 1952 atomic test (by Huw Dylan) Intelligence and disinformation in World War II and the early Cold War 1943–48: Stachowiak alias Drauschke alias Donoa, his intelligence activities in Sweden and…

Call for Papers: Young Researchers Forum: Work in Progress

The Network of Junior Researchers in Intelligence History (NJRIH) and the International Intelligence History Association (IIHA) call for submissions to the Young Researchers Forum at the 2015 IIHA Annual Conference. The NJRIH provides a forum for young scholars working in the field of intelligence studies to discuss their work with their peers as well as established…

Call for Papers: Intelligence and Technology

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The historical development of intelligence is closely related to the techniques and technologies used in the process of collection, storage, use, processing and delivery of information and intelligence. At the same time, the development of new technologies revolutionized warfare, crisis management and diplomacy. In the past, security and warfare aimed for victory in the physical…

Coming soon: The new Journal of Intelligence History (Vol. 13, No. 2, 2014)

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The new issue of the Journal of Intelligence History will be published soon. Have a quick look at the table of contents: German and Soviet intelligence activities in Sweden in 1944: Voldemar Blankenfelds and the deportation of Baron Bernd von Gossler (by Johan Matz) The surveillance of friends: MI5 and friendly aliens during the Second World War…