Spy Book: The Encyclopedia of Espionage

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Random House Reference, 2004 - Всего страниц: 719
The Spy Book uncovers the secrets and decodes the messages of the covert world of espionage. Over 2,000 entries on people, agencies, operations, and tools comprise this definitive work. Insiders Norman Polmar and Thomas Allen have unearthed files that have only recently been made available, including many from the KGB. This second edition includes the latest unveiled spies and situations, as well as new entries on the effects of espionage on literature, movies, television, and other media.

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The authors, who have collaborated before on reference and nonreference books on World War II, military intelligence, and related areas (e.g., Code-Name Downfall, LJ 8/95), here aim to cover ... Читать весь отзыв

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NORMAN POLMAR has written or co-authored more than 30 books on military and intelligence subjects, gaining him international renown. A defense consultant, he has been the adviser to several members of Congress, the Department of Defense, foreign governments, and aerospace and shipbuilding firms.

THOMAS B. ALLEN is the author of over a dozen books, including the highly-acclaimed War Games. Previously the senior book editor of the National Geographic Society, he has written several books and numerous articles for National Geographic.

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