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Title Secrets of signals intelligence during the Cold War and beyond / editors, Matthew M. Aid, Cees Wiebes
Imprint London ; Portland, OR : Frank Cass, 2001
book jacket
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 Modern History Library  327.12 S446    AVAILABLE    30550100549920
Descript 350 p. : ill., map ; 23 cm
Series Cass series--studies in intelligence, 1368-9916
Cass series--studies in intelligence
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Machine generated contents note: Foreword Christopher Andrew vii -- List of Illustrations ix -- Preface xi -- 1. Introduction: The Importance of Matthew M. Aid -- Signals Intelligence in the Cold War and Cees Wiebes 1 -- 2. The National Security Agency and the -- Cold War Matthew M. Aid 27 -- 3. GCHQ and Sigint in the Early Cold War -- 1945-70 Richard J. Aldrich 67 -- 4. Canada's Communications Security -- Establishment from Cold War to Globalization Martin Rudner 97 -- 5. The Bundesnachrichtendienst, the -- Bundeswehr and Sigint in the Cold War -- and After Erich Schmidt-Eenboom 129 -- 6. France, Sigint and the Cold War Roger Faligot 177 -- 7. Scandinavia, Sigint and the Cold War Alf R. Jacobsen 209 -- 8. Dutch Sigint during the Cold War, 1945-94 Cees Wiebes 243 -- 9. Dutch Sigint and the Conflict with Indonesia, -- 1950-62 Wies Platje 285 -- 10. Conclusions Matthew M. Aid -- and Cees Wiebes 313 -- Abstracts 333 -- About the Contributors 338 -- Index 341
Subject Electronic intelligence -- Congresses
Electronic surveillance -- Congresses
Cold War -- Congresses
Alt Author Aid, Matthew M., 1958-
Wiebes, Cees
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