Our latest publication

This is a reminder to check out the latest publications of our book series:   The independent researcher Václava Jandečková unveils an especially dark chapter in the Cold War history of Czechoslovakia in her books “Fingierte Grenze – Aktion „KÁMEN“. Opfer und Täter geheimer Grenzoperationen der tschechoslowakischen Staatssicherheit 1948-1951. Band 1 & Band 2”.  …

Young Researchers wanted

The International Intelligence History Association is looking for Young Researchers to become members of the academic community. The IIHA provides a great opportunity to expand your professional network and to have the possibility to publish in a well-known international scientific journal. Furthermore, we offer academic guidance and financial assistance to our aspiring Young Researchers that…

Our journal is out!

The Journal for Intellligence History 2022, Nr. 2 is out: If you are a member of the Association, it will be delievered directly to your mailbox. Otherwise you can get access to the articles via the Taylor & Francis homepage: https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rjih20/21/2?nav=tocList

2022 Annual Conference: Communicating Secret Intelligence (July 1-3, 2022)

Together with the Politische Akademie Tutzing, the IIHA is glad to invite you to the upcoming conference on „Communicating Secret Intelligence“. Registration can be done here. Communication is at the very core of secret intelligence. Information collection, processing, analysis, and dissemination, all entail some kind of communication. Intelligence agencies need to plan and they provide…