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Journal of Intelligence History, Volume 22, Issue 2 (2023)

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Journal of Intelligence History, Volume 22, Issue 2 (2023)

Some of the articles you might already know, as they are accessible via open access.

The Content of Issue 2, 2023 is:

James Llewelyn:
The Imperial Japanese Army’s Tokumu Kikan – Special Service Organisations: Connections Between Wartime and Peacetime Intelligence Activities.

Ben Wheatley:
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

Declan O’Reilly
Interrogating the Gestapo: SS-Sturmbannführer Horst Kopkow, the Rote Kapelle and Post-war British Security Interests

Kevin Riehle
Soviet Intent at the Dawn of the Cold War: Igor Gouzenko’s Revelations About GRU Intelligence Taskings

Moritz Poellath
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

Torben Gülstorff
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

Amos Gilboa
Ephraim Lapid, Yediot Aharonot, 2017: Israel’s Silent Defender: An Inside Look at Sixty Years of Israeli Intelligence