Spies, Wiretaps, and Secret Operations: An Encyclopedia of American Espionage

ABC-CLIO, 2011 - 900 páginas

A comprehensive two-volume overview and analysis of all facets of espionage in the American historical experience, focusing on key individuals and technologies.

* Includes over 750 entries in chronologically organized sections, covering important spies, spying technologies, and events

* Written by an expert team of contributing scholars from a variety of fields within history and political science

* Provides a chronology of key events related to the use of espionage by the United States or by enemies within our borders

* A glossary of key espionage terms

* An extensive bibliography of print and electronic resources for further reading

* Photos of key individuals plus maps of geographical locations and military engagements where espionage played an important role


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Glenn P. Hastedt, PhD, is professor and chair of the Justice Studies Department at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA, specializing in American foreign policy.

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