4 edition of Bibliography on Soviet intelligence and security services found in the catalog.
Bibliography on Soviet intelligence and security services
Raymond G. Rocca
|Statement||Raymond G. Rocca and John J. Dziak with the staff of the Consortium for the Study of Intelligence.|
|Contributions||Dziak, John J., Consortium for the Study of Intelligence.|
|LC Classifications||Z6724.I7 R6 1985, UB251.S65 R6 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 203 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||203|
|LC Control Number||85003257|
1 Intelligence Bibliography (last update: Janu ) This bibliography is maintained by Bob de Graaff (The Netherlands). Suggestions for affiliations or improvements can be sent to: [email protected] This bibliography contains only books, reports and websites. Articles are not included. For a list of topics see Contents (below). Check out: The Sword and the Shield by Christopher Andrew The Sword and the Shield is based on the work of Vasily Mitrokhin, a KGB archivist who defected to Britain in , bringing with him a treasure trove of notes on KGB operations. The.
The book by Kokurin and Petrov is in fact an indispensable reference tool for whoever is interested in the history of Soviet intelligence and state security. It contains, for instance, a section that covers all the reorganizations of the ‘organs' of state security and those of internal affairs as well, over the whole period. Russia, Intelligence and Security. The Russian Empire dominated Eastern Europe and Western Asia from the Middle Ages through the nineteenth century. However, the devastation caused by World War I plunged the nation into revolution in , leading to an overthrow of the Czarist regime and the birth of communism. The communist government created a large intelligence .
Historical articles include: • Stephen H. Campbell, a Research Associate in the International Security Studies Program at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, has written about intelligence in the post-Cold War first article, entitled "Guide to Intelligence in the Post-Cold War Period, Part I - The Changed Environment," explores how . The BND was founded during the Cold War in as the official foreign intelligence agency of West Germany, which had recently joined NATO, and in close cooperation with the was the successor to the earlier Gehlen Organization, often known simply as "The Organization" or "The Org.", a West German intelligence organization affiliated with the CIA whose existence had not Headquarters: BND headquarters, Berlin.
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Bibliography on Soviet intelligence and security services. Boulder: Westview Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Raymond G Rocca; John J Dziak; Consortium for the Study of Intelligence. Book Description. This annotated bibliography provides an analytic aid for research and teaching about Soviet intelligence and security services and its role in both Soviet domestic politics and contemporary world affairs.
Table of Contents. Selected Bibliographies and. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Bibliography On Soviet Intelligence And Security Services by Raymond G Rocca at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or. The most authoritative bibliography on the Soviet KGB, its antecedents, and other Soviet security organs, from the s through Containing nearly titles, many of which are not available electronically, the book was edited by a former senior CIA official and a senior Soviet specialist at the Defense Intelligence Agency.
Get this from a library. Soviet intelligence and security services : a selected bibliography of Soviet publications with some additional titles from other sources. [Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service.; United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary.
Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal. With the fall of the Soviet Union and the release of other first-hand accounts of the Soviet military and intelligence networks, Suvorov has been pretty much totally vindicated. The book is now quite Bibliography on Soviet intelligence and security services book, but as a historical and philosophical work it's still absolutely by: 8.
There was a succession of Soviet secret police agencies over time. The first secret police after the October Revolution, created by Vladimir Lenin's decree on Decemwas called "Cheka" (ЧК).Officers were referred to as "chekists", a name that is still informally applied to people under the Federal Security Service of Russia, the KGB's successor in Russia after the.
At its peak, the KGB (Komitet Gosudarstvennoy Bezopasnosti) was the largest secret police and espionage organization in the world. It became so influential in Soviet politics that several of its directors moved on to become premiers of the Soviet Union.
In fact, Russian president Vladimir V. Putin is a former head of the KGB. The GRU (Glavnoye Razvedyvatelnoe Upravlenie) is the. Postwar Soviet Espionage -- a Bibliography. This is a selective bibliography of publications that describe the activities of the Soviet intelligence services since the end of World War II.
Some works of broader scope, covering also wartime and prewar operations, have been listed because of the postwar material they contain.
Serious studies and official materials have been given. Vietnam War Bibliography: Communist Intelligence and Security Organizations. 60 nam nhung trang su ve vang Cong an nhan dan Viet Nam, Hanoi: Nha xuat ban Cong an nhan dan, pp.
Bao Phuc, Cum tinh bao J nhung chien se nam trong long dich va cuoc chien tham lang trong khang chien chong My. Hanoi: Lao dong, An excellent point of departure for further research into many areas of Russian and Soviet intelligence,and increasingly, the current Russian state: according to a recent Moscow Times article, "An astounding 78 percent of the country's leadership has links to the KGB or FSB, according to estimates by Olga Kryshtanovskaya, a leading sociologist who tracks Kremlin 5/5(2).
Editorial Reviews. From Viktor Abakumov, the World War II-era head of the Soviet Ministry of State Security, to Nikolai Zubatov, a pre-revolutionary police agent, this historical dictionary by Pringle (a former US foreign service officer and intelligence analyst) covers important individuals, organizations, events, and issues of Russian and Soviet intelligence Brand: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Soviet Strategic Intelligence Deception Organizations AUTHOR Major Edward J. Campbell, DIA CSC SUBJECT AREA - General SOVIET STRATEGIC INTELLIGENCE DECEPTION ORGANIZATIONS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY.
This book provides the first ever intelligence history of Iraq from toand is the third and final volume of a trilogy on regional intelligence and counterintelligence operations that includes Nazi Secret Warfare in Occupied Persia (Iran) (), and Espionage and Counterintelligence in Occupied Persia (Iran) ().
This account of. "Raymond Garthoff rivals George Kennan for his public service, scholarship, and insights into the Soviet-American relationship. Drawn from his expertise and experience, Soviet Leaders and Intelligence adds to his canonical bibliography. It is informed, it is intelligent, it is intelligible.
MAJOR SOURCES Bibliographies [Abbreviation/Short Reference Used] Calder, Walter, ed. Bibliography of Intelligence Literature: A Critical and Annotated Bibliography of Open-Source Intelligence Literature.
8th ed. Washington, DC: Defense Intelligence College, Bibliography on Soviet Intelligence and Security Services. Boulder, CO. Tompson, W. Bibliography. In The Soviet Union under Brezhnev.
London, UK: Routledge. Bibliographies of Russian (Soviet) History containing significant material on the Post-Stalin eras in the Soviet Union.
Edelheit, A. J., & Edelheit, H. The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union: A selected bibliography of sources in English. essential contributions to the Bibliography in the field of Soviet Intelligence and Security Services.
Both Dr. Dziak and Mr. Rocca have continued to be most helpful to the Editor of this eighth edition. Intwo major bibliographies on intelligence literature have Cited by: 1. In Strategic Warning & the Role of Intelligence: The CIA and Strategic Warning; The Soviet-Led Invasion of Czechoslovakia (Book and DVD), the Central Intelligence Agency’s Information Management Services reviewed, redacted, and released hundreds of documents related to the Czechoslovak-Soviet crisis, creating this fascinating book.
Soviet Union (), Intelligence and Security ALEXANDR IOFFE On Decemless than two months after the October Social Revolution in Russia, the All-Russian Special Commission for Combating Counter-revolution and Sabotage (VChK) was created in the new Soviet agency was created by decree of the Council of the People's Commissar (SNK), the.
Author of a number of bestsellers about the history of the World War II, the Soviet Army special operations troops and military intelligence, and the Red Army. He is one of the historians who believes that Hitler started the war against Russia to prevent Stalin attacking Germany Former Soviet-Union army officer fled in to England/5.This book tells the story of Attlee's Cold War.
From Whitehall vetting to secret operations in Eastern Europe and the fallout of Soviet atomic espionage on both sides of the Atlantic, it provides a fresh interpretation of the Attlee government, making it essential reading for anyone interested in the Labour Party, intelligence, security and.Calder provides an annotated bibliography of more t citations on intelligence, intelligence services, espionage, and related national or domestic security issues published in serial journal article form, mainly in English language sources, from onward.
Many citations to journals in other languages are also cited. The majority of citations are annotated, but non .