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Secret Service bibliography

Secret Service: The World of British Intelligence, 2019/20, Semester 1, 2
Professor Simon Ball
s.j.ball@leeds.ac.uk
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BIBLIOGRAPHY

CORE BOOKS & ARTICLES

Richard Aldrich and Rory Cormac, The black door : spies, secret intelligence and British Prime Ministers (London: William Collins, 2016).

Richard Aldrich, GCHQ : the uncensored story of Britain's most secret intelligence agency (London: Harper Press, 2011).

Richard Aldrich, The Hidden Hand: Britain, America and Cold War Secret Intelligence (NY: Overlook, 2002).

Richard Aldrich, ‘Policing the Past: Official History, Secrecy and British Intelligence since 1945’.The English Historical Review, 119 (2004): 922-953.

Christopher Andrew, Defence of the Realm: The Authorized History of MI5 (London: Allen Lane, 2009 and subsequent editions).

Jim Beach, Haig's intelligence GHQ and the German Army, 1916-1918 (Cambridge, 2013).

Philip H. J. Davies, ‘Intelligence Culture and Intelligence Failure in Britain and the United States’, Cambridge Review of International Affairs , 17 (2004), 495-520.

Huw Dylan and Martin Alexander, eds., ‘A Century of Intelligence (1909-2009): International Perspectives’, Intelligence and national security.28 (2013).

Idem ., ‘A Century of British Intelligence’, Intelligence and national security. , 27 (2012).

Michael Goodman, The official history of the Joint Intelligence Committee. Volume I, From the approach of the Second World War to the Suez crisis (London: Routledge, 2014).

Jonathan Haslam, Near and distant neighbours : a new history of Soviet intelligence (Oxford, 2015).

H. Hinsley, British intelligence in the Second World War : its influence on strategy and operations (5 vols, London: HMSO, 1979-1990).

Keith Jeffery, MI6 : the history of the Secret Intelligence Service, 1909-1949 (London: Bloomsbury, 2011 and subsequent editions).

Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones, In spies we trust : the story of Western intelligence (Oxford: OUP, 2013). 

Victor Madeira, Britannia and the Bear : the Anglo-Russian intelligence wars, 1917-1929 (Woodbridge, 2014).

Christopher Moran, Classified : secrecy and the state in modern Britain (Cambridge, 2013).

Christopher Moran,  ‘The Pursuit of Intelligence History’: Methods, Sources, and Trajectories in the United Kingdom’. Studies in Intelligence 55 (2011): 33-55.

Mark Phythian, Understanding the intelligence cycle .

Kevin Quinlan, The secret war between the wars : MI5 in the 1920s and 1930s (Woodbridge, 2014).

Bernhard Sassmann and Tobias Schmitt. Report on ‘Cultures of Intelligence’. Bulletin of the German Historical Institute London 38 (2018): 35-40. Available online

Adam Sisman, Hugh Trevor-Roper : the biography (London, 2010).

Adam Sisman John le Carré : the biography (London, 2015).

Kenneth Strong, Men of intelligence : a study of the roles and decisions of chiefs of Intelligence from World War I to the present day. (London, 1970).

Hugh Trevor-Roper, The secret world : behind the curtain of British intelligence in World War II and the Cold War (London, 2014).

Calder Walton, Empire of secrets : British intelligence, the cold war and the twilight of empire (London, 2013).

Wesley Wark, The Ultimate Enemy: British Intelligence and Nazi Germany, 1933-1939 (Ithaca, 1985).

 

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