Cultures of Intelligence in the Era of the World Wars

Cultures of Intelligence in the Era of the World Wars

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Cultures of Intelligence analyses the intelligence services of Germany, Britain, the USA, and France in the first half of the twentieth century. It asks whether there were national traditions in intelligence, or whether each of the sophisticated Western intelligence powers was part of a transnational intelligence culture? The book is a contribution to the cultural turn in intelligence studies. Its underlying purpose is to place intelligence in its proper
historical and comparative context. As such it is also a contribution to the history of political culture and its study.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 400 pages
  • 148 x 223 x 25mm | 606g
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0198867204
  • 9780198867203

About Simon Ball

Simon Ball is Professor of History at the University of Leeds


Philipp Gassert is Professor of History at the University of Mannheim


Andreas Gestrich is Professor of History at the University of Trier


Soenke Neitzel is Professor of History at the University of Potsdam
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