Great news in your mailbox! The latest issue of our Journal for Intelligence History is on its way. All members of the IIHA get the journal delivered.
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Some of the articles you might already know, as they are accessible via open access.
The Content of Issue 2, 2023 is:
The Imperial Japanese Army’s Tokumu Kikan – Special Service Organisations: Connections Between Wartime and Peacetime Intelligence Activities.
Citadel, Prokhorovka and Kharkov: The Armoured Losses of the II SS Panzer Korps Sonderverbände During the Battle of Kursk, July-August 1943
V. H. C. von Lengeling
The Distribution of Fake British Pounds in the Biggest Money Counterfeiting Scheme in History
Interrogating the Gestapo: SS-Sturmbannführer Horst Kopkow, the Rote Kapelle and Post-war British Security Interests
Soviet Intent at the Dawn of the Cold War: Igor Gouzenko’s Revelations About GRU Intelligence Taskings
Agents, Fascists and Provocateurs: Disinformation as an Instrument to Delegitimize Uprisings in Eastern Europe (1953, 1956, 1968) and Its Impact on the Politics of Memory
The Invisible Hand at the Heart of Africa – West German Intelligence Operations and the Early State-Building Process of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Frank Leith Jones & Genevieve Lester
The Hughes-Ryan Amendment and Intelligence Oversight: An Inflection Point in an Oppositional Relationship
Ephraim Lapid, Yediot Aharonot, 2017: Israel’s Silent Defender: An Inside Look at Sixty Years of Israeli Intelligence