Spies, Wiretaps, And Secret Operations: An Encyclopedia Of American Espionage, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1851098089
  • ISBN-13: 9781851098088
  • DDC: 327.127300
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 889 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2010 | Published/Released April 2011
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Overview

From the Revolutionary War to the War on Terror, spies and spying have been a central component of the nation's efforts to confront its enemies and protect its citizens. Recent controversies, from revelations of rogue agents in the 1990s to incomplete pre- and post-9/11 intelligence, only emphasize how important it is to understand the role of espionage in our national defense.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Contributors.
Preface.
Introduction.
1: Abel, Colonel Rudolf Ivanovich (July 11, 1903-November 15, 1971).
2: Abujihaad, Hassan (December 24, 1976–).
3: Abwehr.
4: Adams, Charles Francis (1807-1886).
5: Adams, Sam (1933-1988).
6: Aerial Surveillance.
7: Agee, Philip (July 19, 1935-January 7, 2008).
8: Air America.
9: Air Force Intelligence.
10: Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency.
11: Air Force Security Agency.
12: Ajax, Operation.
13: Akhmerov, Iskhak (1901-1975).
14: Albania—U.S. Operations In/Against.
15: Alien and Sedition Acts.
16: Allen, General Lew, Jr. (December 30, 1925-January 6, 2010).
17: Allen, Michael Hahn.
18: Alsos Mission.
19: Amerasia Case.
20: American Communist Party.
21: American Intelligence, World War I.
22: American Intelligence, World War II.
23: American Revolution and Intelligence.
24: Ames, Aldrich Hazen (June 16, 1941–).
25: Amiri, Shahram.
26: Anderson, Ryan (1978–).
27: André, Major John (May 2, 1750-October 2, 1780).
28: Andropov, Yuri Vladimirovich (June 15, 1914-February 9, 1984).
29: Angleton, James Jesus (December 9, 1917-May 12, 1987).
30: Aragoncillo, Leandro (1959–).
31: Arcos Affair.
32: Arisu, Lieutenant General Seizo (1895-1992).
33: Armed Forces Security Agency.
34: Army Intelligence.
35: Army Intelligence and Security Command.
36: Army Security Agency.
37: Arnold, General Benedict (January 14, 1741-June 14, 1801).
38: Association of Former Intelligence Officers.
39: Astor, Captain William Vincent (November 15, 1891-February 3, 1959).
40: Atomic Energy Commission.
41: Atomic Spy Ring.
42: Australian Security Intelligence Organisation.
43: B Team.
44: Baba, Stephen Anthony.
45: Babington-Smith, Constance (October 15, 1912-July 31, 2000).
46: Baker, Josephine (June 3, 1906-April 12, 1975).
47: Baker, Lafayette (October 12, 1826-July 3, 1868).
48: Balloons.
49: Bamford, James (September 24, 1946–).
50: Bancroft, Dr. Edward (January 9, 1744-September 8, 1821).
51: Barbarossa, Operation.
52: Barbie, Klaus (October 25, 1913-September 25, 1991).
53: Barnett, David (1940-1978).
54: Barron, John (January 26, 1930-February 24, 2005).
55: Bates, Ann (1748-1801).
56: Bay of Pigs.
57: Beauregard, General Pierre Gustav Toutanat (1818-1893).
58: Beckwith, Major George (1753-March 20, 1823).
59: Bell, William Holden (1951–).
60: Bentley, Elizabeth Terrill (January 1, 1908-December 3, 1963).
61: Berg, Morris (Moe) (March 2, 1902-May 29, 1972).
62: Bergersen, Gregg (1956/1957–).
63: Beria, Lavrentry Pavlovich (March 29, 1899-June 26, 1953 or December 23, 1953).
64: Berlin Tunnel.
65: Bin Laden, Osama (March 10, 1957–).
66: Birch, John (May 8, 1918-August 25, 1945).
67: Bissell, Richard Melvin, Jr. (September 18, 1909-February 7, 1994).
68: Black Chamber.
69: Blair, Admiral Dennis (February 4, 1947–).
70: Blake, George (November 11, 1922–).
71: Bletchley Park.
72: Bloch, Felix (1935–).
73: Blount Conspiracy.
74: Blue, Rear Admiral Victor (December 6, 1865-January 22, 1928).
75: Blunt, Anthony (1907-1983).
76: Board of National Estimates.
77: Boeckenhaupt, Staff Sergeant Herbert W. (November 26, 1942–).
78: Bonvouloir Et LoyautÉ, Julien-Alexandre Achard De (1749-1783).
79: Boren-Mccurdy Legislation.
80: Bowie, Walter (1837-October 7, 1864).
81: Boyce, Christopher John (February 16, 1953–).
82: Boyd, Belle (May 9, 1844-June 11, 1900).
83: Bracy, Arnold.
84: Brewster, Caleb.
85: British Security Coordination.
86: Browder, Earl Russell (May 20, 1891-June 27, 1973).
87: Bruce-Lovett Report.
88: Bryce Report.
89: Bucher, Lloyd Mark (September 1, 1927-January 28, 2004).
90: Buckley, William Frank, Jr. (November 24, 1925-February 27, 2008).
91: Bunche, Ralph Johnson (August 7, 1904-December 9, 1971).
92: Bundy, William Putnam (September 24, 1917-October 6, 2000).
93: Bureau of Intelligence and Research.
94: Burgess, Guy Francis De Moncy (April 6, 1911-August 30, 1963).
95: Burr, Aaron (February 6, 1756-September 14, 1836).
96: Burrows, William E. (March 27, 1937–).
97: Bush, George Herbert Walker (June 12, 1924–).
98: Bush, George H. W., Administration and Intelligence.
99: Bush, George W., Administration and Intelligence.
100: Butenko, John William (Ca. 1935–).
101: Bywater, Hector C. (October 21, 1884-August 16, 1940).
102: Cabell, General Charles P. (October 11, 1903–May 25, 1971).
103: Cairncross, John (1913–October 8, 1995).
104: Camp Peary.
105: Canadian Security Intelligence Service.
106: Carlucci, Frank Charles, III (October 18, 1930–).
107: Carnivore, Project.
108: Carranza, Lieutenant Ramon De.
109: Carter Administration and Intelligence.
110: Casey, William (March 13, 1913–May 6, 1987).
111: Castro, Fidel (August 13, 1926–).
112: Cavanagh, Thomas (1925–).
113: Central Bureau.
114: Central Imagery Office.
115: Central Intelligence Agency.
116: Central Intelligence Agency Act.
117: Central Intelligence Agency (Cia) Information Act.
118: Central Intelligence Group.
119: Chalet.
120: Chambers, Whittaker (April 1, 1901–July 9, 1961).
121: Chaos.
122: Chertoff, Michael (November 28, 1953–).
123: Child, Julia Mcwilliams (August 15, 1912–August 13, 2004).
124: Chile, Cia Operations In.
125: Chin, Larry Wu-Tai (1922-February 22, 1986).
126: China, Intelligence Of.
127: China and U.S. Intelligence/Espionage to 1949.
128: Choiseul, Duc De (June 28, 1719–May 8, 1785).
129: Chung, Dongfan (1936–).
130: Church, Dr. Benjamin (August 24, 1734–1778).
131: Church Committee.
132: Civil War Intelligence.
133: Claiborne, William C. C. (1775–November 23, 1817).
134: Clandestine Services, Cia.
135: Clark Report (Second Hoover Commission).
136: Clinton Administration and Intelligence.
137: Coastwatchers.
138: Code Talkers.
139: Cohen, Lona (Leontina) and Morris, Aka Helen and Peter Kroger (Lona: January 11, 1913-December 23, 1992; Morris: July 2, 1910-June 23, 1995).
140: Cointelpro.
141: Colby, William Egan (January 4, 1920-April 27, 1996).
142: Cold War Intelligence.
143: Coldfeet, Project.
144: Colepaugh, William C., Jr. (March 25, 1918-March 16, 2005).
145: Colwell, Lieutenant John C. (1856-January 9, 1936).
146: Committee on Foreign Intelligence.
147: Committee of Secret Correspondence.
148: Committee on Spies.
149: Confederate Signal and Secret Service Bureau.
150: Conrad, Sergeant 1st Class Clyde Lee (1948-January 8, 1998).
151: Consortium for the Study of Intelligence.
152: Constitutional Commission of the Philippines, 1986.
153: Cooper, James Fenimore (September 15, 1789-September 14, 1851).
154: Coordinator of Information.
155: Coplon, Judith (1922-).
156: Corona.
157: Costello, John (August 3, 1943-August 26, 1995).
158: Counterterrorist Center, Cia and National.
159: Country Team.
160: Covert Action Information Bulletin.
161: Covert Mission Protocols.
162: Cuban Five.
163: Cuban Missile Crisis.
164: Culper Ring.
165: Current Intelligence Bulletin.
166: Currie, Lauchlin B. (October 8, 1902-December 23, 1993).
167: Daniloff, Nicholas (1934-).
168: Dansey, Lieutenant Colonel Claude (1876-June 11, 1947).
169: Darragh, William and Lydia (Lydia: 1729–1789).
170: Davila, Rafael.
171: Deane, Silas (December 24, 1737-September 23, 1789).
172: Defense Department Intelligence.
173: Defense Intelligence Agency.
174: Del Campo, Fernandez.
175: Desoto, Operation.
176: Deutch, John Mark (July 27, 1938-).
177: Diaz, Lieutenant Commander Matthew.
178: Dickinson, Velvalee (October 12, 1893-Ca. 1980).
179: Dickstein, Samuel (February 5, 1885-April 22, 1954).
180: Director of Central Intelligence.
181: Director of National Intelligence.
182: Dodd, Martha (1908–1990).
183: Doder, Dusko.
184: Donovan, Major General William Joseph (January 1, 1883-February 8, 1959).
185: Doolittle Report.
186: Dorchester, Guy Carleton, Lord (September 23, 1724-November 10, 1808).
187: Double-Cross System.
188: Downey, John Thomas “Jack” (1930-).
189: Drummond, Yeoman 1St Nelson C. (1929-).
190: Duggan, Lawrence (1905-December 12, 1948).
191: Dulles, Allen Welsh (April 7, 1893-January 29, 1969).