Bussey, Donald S. "ULTRA et la VIIe Armée Americane." Revue d'histoire de la Deuxième Guerre Mondiale et des Conflits Contemporains 34 (Jan. 1984): 59-64. "ULTRA and the U.S. Seventh Army." In American Commanders and the Use of Signal Intelligence, ed. Arthur L. Funk. Manhatten, KS: Military Affairs/Aerospace Historian Publishing, Sunflower University Press, 1984.
Sexton identifies Bussey as having served as an Ultra liaison officer with the 7th Army.
Butcher, Tim. "Israeli Hero 'Was Spy Who Betrayed Jews.'" Telegraph (London), 31 Mar. 2007. [http://www.telegraph.co.uk]
"Teddy Kollek,... mayor of Jerusalem for almost 30 years, fed sensitive information to MI5 when Britain ran Palestine under a League of Nations mandate. Evidence of Kollek's secret past has been disclosed in documents discovered at the Public Record Office in Kew by ... an investigative journalist working for the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper.... [I]t appears he only gave information in as much as it served the Jewish Agency's side in the fratricidal conflict with the hardliners."
Butler, Ewan. Amateur Agent. London: Harrap, 1963. New York: Norton, 1963.
Constantinides: Butler was an SOE veteran, but what he writes here "cannot be considered of ... great significance to the history of intelligence" of World War II.
Butler, Ewan. Mason-Mac: The Life of Lt.-General Sir Noel Mason-Macfarlane. London: Macmillan, 1972.
Constantinides: This book contains "only snippets of intelligence interest."
Butler, Josephine. Churchill's Secret Agent: Josephine Butler (Code Name "Jay Bee"). Toronto: Methuen, 1983. London: Blaketon-Hall, 1984. [pb]
Clark comment: This appears to be a fantasy. http://www.cloakanddagger.com/ dagger: The author claimed to be "a member of Churchill's secret circle with more than 50 behind-the-lines infiltrations in France; she was captured, tortured and escaped to work with a group of Resistance fighters." Wiant, Studies 46.2 (2002), reviewing Nigel West's Counterfeit Spies (1998), comments that Butler "made up dozens of missions into occupied territory."
[UK/Memoirs/WWII; Women/WWII/UK; WWII/Eur/Fr/Resistance]
Butterfield, Lyman H. "Psychological Warfare in 1776: the Jefferson-Franklin Plan to Cause Hessian Desertions." American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, Proceedings 94 (20 Jun. 1950): 233-241. [Petersen]
Button, Robert E. "Ultra sur le Theatre Europeen." Revue d'histoire de la Deuxième Guerre Mondiale et des Conflits Contemporains 34 (Jan. 1984): 43-52. "ULTRA in the European Theater." In American Commanders and the Use of Signal Intelligence, ed. Arthur L. Funk. Manhatten, KS: Military Affairs/Aerospace Historian Publishing, Sunflower University Press, 1984.
According to Sexton, "Button describes the role of ULTRA in the operations of the 6th Army Group and 7th U.S. Army in 1944-1945."
Butts, Kent Hughes.
1. Environmental Security: What Is DOD's Role? Carlisle, PA: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 1993.
2. "The Case for DOD Involvement in Environmental Security." In Contested Grounds: Security and Conflict in the New Environmental Politics, eds Daniel Deudney and Richard A. Matthew, 109-126. Albany: SUNY Press, 1999.
3. "National Security, the Environment and DOD." Environmental Change and Security Report 2 (Spring 1996): 22-27.
"The NSC should convene an interagency working group, possibly led by State, charged with developing a Presidential Decision Directive (PDD) that would enunciate U.S. environmental security policy."
4. ed. Environmental Security: A DOD Partnership for Peace. Carlisle, PA: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 1994.
1. "Diplomacy and Espionage." East Europe 11, no. 8 (Aug. 1962): 10-11.
Rocca and Dziak: "The defected ex-chief correspondent in London of the Czech News Agency (CTK) describes agent activity under diplomatic cover during his tenure."
2. "Diplomacy and Espionage." Military Review 43, no. 1 (Jan. 1963): 85-88.
Rocca and Dziak: Buzek "[d]escribes the Czech service as, in fact, an extension of the Soviet Intelligence Service, used in places where the Soviets cannot penetrate."
Buzek, Francis [MAJ/USA]. "Army Counterintelligence 2000." American Intelligence Journal 20, nos. 1 & 2 (Winter 2000-2001): 27-33.
"There are approximately 240 CI personnel authorizations in the Army's 10 Divisions, 230 in its 4 Corps, and 1200 in its strategic units." The three major mission areas are force protection, technology protection, and infrastructure protection.
[MI/Army & CI]
Byers, Andy J. The Imperfect Spy: The Inside Story of a Convicted Spy. St. Petersbueg, FL: Vandamere, 2005.
Keiser, Proceedings 132.3 (Mar. 2006), says the author "has written a remarkable history of [George] Trofimoff's background and life as a spy.... The Imperfect Spy is a good read." For Peake, Studies 50.3 (Sep. 2006) and Intelligencer 15.2 (Fall-Winter 2006-2007), the author "tells an awful story well." The story of why Trofimoff did what he did, "how he worked for his foster brother, a KGB agent; and the damage he inflicted makes exciting reading. The Imperfect Spy is a distressing story, but a worthy contribution to counterintelligence literature."
Byman, Daniel. A High Price: The Triumphs and Failures of Israeli Counterterrorism. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011.
Freedman, FA 90.5 (Sep.-Oct. 2011), sees this as a "comprehensive, balanced, and sharply written history." For Sinai, Washington Times, 18 Oct. 2011, "[t]his book is enriched by [the author's] research visits to Israel and meetings with leading Israeli security officials cited throughout the volume."
Byman, Daniel. "Scoring the War on Terrorism." National Interest 72 (Summer 2003): 75-85.
Byrne, Robert. "Combat Intelligence: Key to Victory at Gettysburg." Military Intelligence 2 (Fall 1976): 5-9. [Petersen]
Byron, John, and Robert Pack. The Claws of the Dragon: Kang Sheng, The Evil Genius Behind Mao -- and His Legacy of Terror. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1992.
Surveillant 2.2: This book covers the "life and exploits of ... the early head of the TEWU, the Chinese Secret Police, and China's counterpart to Stalin's Beria." It is "based on an internal party report."
Bywater, Hector C., and H.C. Ferraby. Strange Intelligence: Memoirs of Naval Secret Service. London: Constable, 1931. New York: Richard R. Smith, 1931.
Constantinides sees this book as a "paean of praise to British naval intelligence" that is lacking in authoritative sources. "The successes the authors claim for naval intelligence of the prewar period seem exaggerated in the light of later evidence."
[UK/Historical & WWI/UK]
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