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The Resource Espionage's most wanted : the top 10 book of malicious moles, blown covers, and intelligence oddities, Tom E. Mahl

Espionage's most wanted : the top 10 book of malicious moles, blown covers, and intelligence oddities, Tom E. Mahl

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Espionage's most wanted : the top 10 book of malicious moles, blown covers, and intelligence oddities
Title
Espionage's most wanted
Title remainder
the top 10 book of malicious moles, blown covers, and intelligence oddities
Statement of responsibility
Tom E. Mahl
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
N$T
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Mahl, Tom E
Dewey number
327.12
Index
index present
LC call number
JF1525.I6
LC item number
M234 2003eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Espionage
  • Intellect
  • Spies
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • TRUE CRIME
  • Espionage
  • Intellect
  • Spies
Label
Espionage's most wanted : the top 10 book of malicious moles, blown covers, and intelligence oddities, Tom E. Mahl
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Publication
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 283-285) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • From Russia with Secret Police: Russian Intelligence Agencies in the Twentieth Century
  • 29
  • American Revolution, American Spies: American Spies of the American Revolution
  • 37
  • American Revolution, English Spies: English Spies in the American Revolution
  • 44
  • Major Martin and Friends--Those Who Never Were: Phony People and Groups Created by Intelligence Agencies
  • 50
  • A Spy's Walk through London: A Tour of London for the Espionage Aficionado
  • 55
  • By Their Names You Will Not Know Them: Code Names
  • A Spy's Washington, D.C.: A Tour of Georgetown and Vicinity for the Espionage Aficionado
  • 60
  • Still Classified after All These Years: Selected Secrets Withheld from the Public
  • 66
  • Companies of the Company: Companies Run as Fronts by the CIA
  • 73
  • James and the Giant Peach to Goldfinger: The Spy as Writer
  • 81
  • Noms De Plume and d'Espionage: Spies and the Pen Names They Wrote Under
  • 89
  • 1
  • The Monster Rally, Dirty Tricks, and Black Propaganda: The Dirty Tricks and Black Propaganda that Make Covert Operations Fun
  • 93
  • Sobriquets: The Nicknames of Espionage
  • 99
  • Swallows and Honeytraps: Women Agents Used against Men
  • 102
  • Ravens or Swans, the Male Swallows: Male Agents Used against Women
  • 111
  • Cover Jobs: The Jobs Spies Appear to Do in Their Public Lives
  • 118
  • By Their Names You Are Not Supposed to Know Them: The Jargon of Espionage
  • The Rich and Famous Worked Here, Too: Prominent People Who Worked in Intelligence
  • 123
  • Favorite Watering Holes--A Tour of Western Europe and the United States: Places Where Spies Have a Drink and Relax
  • 128
  • Bosses (Spymasters): The Memorable Ones Who Ran the Spies
  • 133
  • The Price Is Right: Payoffs and Bribes
  • 142
  • Freedom of the Press for All Those Who Own a Press: Newspapers Owned or Under the Influence of Intelligence Agencies
  • 148
  • 7
  • Patron of Letters: Books Planted by Intelligence Agencies
  • 158
  • "The Company" and "The Friends" Take to the Air: Radio Stations Run or Controlled by Intelligence Agencies
  • 163
  • From "A Better World," "A World Full of Bliss" to "A Wet Job" and "The Measles": Assassinations
  • 170
  • They Shoot Spies, Don't They?: The East and West Swap Spies
  • 177
  • Great Quips from the Great Game: Great Quotations from the Spy Business
  • 186
  • Ten Tools of the Trade: The Gadgets and Toys of Espionage
  • Creativity at the Bureau: The FBI Uses Its Creative Writing Skills to Disrupt the Left and Right
  • 189
  • The Magnificent Five, Plus Five: Soviet Agents Who Penetrated the British Government
  • 199
  • Loyalty, Loyalty, Wherefore Art Thou Loyalty?: Enemy Officials and Agents Who Helped Britain and the United States
  • 212
  • Ten for the Intelligence Cognoscenti: Ten Little Known Items of Espionage
  • 222
  • Ten for Tube Alloys and the Manhattan Project: Soviet Spies Steal the Secrets of the Atom Bomb
  • 232
  • 14
  • The Company Goes to the Movies: Movies about Espionage
  • 243
  • The Company as Culture Vulture: The CIA Fights the Soviets in Music, Painting, and Literature
  • 250
  • Encounter et al., the CIA's Stable of Highbrow Culture Magazines
  • 261
  • Ten Selected Books Published by the CIA Front Congress for Cultural Freedom
  • 272
  • It Always Sounds Better in French--Especially If You Don't Know French
  • 276
  • The Elite: The Top Ten Intelligence Agencies
  • 22
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 300 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781612340388
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)755609702
Label
Espionage's most wanted : the top 10 book of malicious moles, blown covers, and intelligence oddities, Tom E. Mahl
Link
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 283-285) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • From Russia with Secret Police: Russian Intelligence Agencies in the Twentieth Century
  • 29
  • American Revolution, American Spies: American Spies of the American Revolution
  • 37
  • American Revolution, English Spies: English Spies in the American Revolution
  • 44
  • Major Martin and Friends--Those Who Never Were: Phony People and Groups Created by Intelligence Agencies
  • 50
  • A Spy's Walk through London: A Tour of London for the Espionage Aficionado
  • 55
  • By Their Names You Will Not Know Them: Code Names
  • A Spy's Washington, D.C.: A Tour of Georgetown and Vicinity for the Espionage Aficionado
  • 60
  • Still Classified after All These Years: Selected Secrets Withheld from the Public
  • 66
  • Companies of the Company: Companies Run as Fronts by the CIA
  • 73
  • James and the Giant Peach to Goldfinger: The Spy as Writer
  • 81
  • Noms De Plume and d'Espionage: Spies and the Pen Names They Wrote Under
  • 89
  • 1
  • The Monster Rally, Dirty Tricks, and Black Propaganda: The Dirty Tricks and Black Propaganda that Make Covert Operations Fun
  • 93
  • Sobriquets: The Nicknames of Espionage
  • 99
  • Swallows and Honeytraps: Women Agents Used against Men
  • 102
  • Ravens or Swans, the Male Swallows: Male Agents Used against Women
  • 111
  • Cover Jobs: The Jobs Spies Appear to Do in Their Public Lives
  • 118
  • By Their Names You Are Not Supposed to Know Them: The Jargon of Espionage
  • The Rich and Famous Worked Here, Too: Prominent People Who Worked in Intelligence
  • 123
  • Favorite Watering Holes--A Tour of Western Europe and the United States: Places Where Spies Have a Drink and Relax
  • 128
  • Bosses (Spymasters): The Memorable Ones Who Ran the Spies
  • 133
  • The Price Is Right: Payoffs and Bribes
  • 142
  • Freedom of the Press for All Those Who Own a Press: Newspapers Owned or Under the Influence of Intelligence Agencies
  • 148
  • 7
  • Patron of Letters: Books Planted by Intelligence Agencies
  • 158
  • "The Company" and "The Friends" Take to the Air: Radio Stations Run or Controlled by Intelligence Agencies
  • 163
  • From "A Better World," "A World Full of Bliss" to "A Wet Job" and "The Measles": Assassinations
  • 170
  • They Shoot Spies, Don't They?: The East and West Swap Spies
  • 177
  • Great Quips from the Great Game: Great Quotations from the Spy Business
  • 186
  • Ten Tools of the Trade: The Gadgets and Toys of Espionage
  • Creativity at the Bureau: The FBI Uses Its Creative Writing Skills to Disrupt the Left and Right
  • 189
  • The Magnificent Five, Plus Five: Soviet Agents Who Penetrated the British Government
  • 199
  • Loyalty, Loyalty, Wherefore Art Thou Loyalty?: Enemy Officials and Agents Who Helped Britain and the United States
  • 212
  • Ten for the Intelligence Cognoscenti: Ten Little Known Items of Espionage
  • 222
  • Ten for Tube Alloys and the Manhattan Project: Soviet Spies Steal the Secrets of the Atom Bomb
  • 232
  • 14
  • The Company Goes to the Movies: Movies about Espionage
  • 243
  • The Company as Culture Vulture: The CIA Fights the Soviets in Music, Painting, and Literature
  • 250
  • Encounter et al., the CIA's Stable of Highbrow Culture Magazines
  • 261
  • Ten Selected Books Published by the CIA Front Congress for Cultural Freedom
  • 272
  • It Always Sounds Better in French--Especially If You Don't Know French
  • 276
  • The Elite: The Top Ten Intelligence Agencies
  • 22
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 300 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781612340388
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)755609702

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