Charisius, Albrecht, and Julius Mader. Nicht Laenger Geheim: Entwicklung, System und Arbeitsweise des Imperialistischen Deutschen Geheimdienstes [Secret No Longer: Development, Organization and Methods of the Imperialistic German Secret Service]. [East] Berlin: Deutscher Militaerverlag, 1969.
A reviewer for Studies 16.3 (Fall 1972) identifies this an East German production that "has garbage coming out its ears. It is inaccurate, tendentious, and brutally dull." Strangely, the Felfe case is not even mentioned.
Charles, Douglas M. "American, British and Canadian Intelligence Links: A Critical Annotated Bibliography." Intelligence and National Security 15, no. 2 (Summer 2000): 259-269.
Abstract: "The American-British-Canadian intelligence literature ... has evolved, and continues to grow, from partisan accounts to scholarly studies. Thirteen leading studies in the field are discussed thematically and annotated."
Charles, Douglas M. "'Before the Colonel Arrived': Hoover, Donovan, Roosevelt, and the Origins of American Central Intelligence, 1940-41." Intelligence and National Security 20, no. 2 (Jun. 2005): 225-237.
Two FBI representatives arrived in the United Kingdom in late 1940 (that is, before Col. William Donovan arrived in early 1941). During their visit, "they surveyed British intelligence, met high-ranking intelligence officials, and reported back" to FBI Director Hoover. "The FBI director subsequently submitted a report to [President] Roosevelt ... that outlined the organization and methods of both the Security Service (MI5) and Secret Intelligence Service (SIS)."
Charles, Douglas M.
1. "Informing FDR: FBI Political Surveillance and the Isolationist-Interventionist Foreign Policy Debate, 1939-45." Diplomatic History 24 (Spring 2000): 211-232.
2. J. Edgar Hoover and the Anti-Interventionists: FBI Political Surveillance and the Rise of the Domestic Security State, 1939-1945. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 2007.
3 and John P. Rossi. "FBI Political Surveillance and the Charles Lindbergh Investigation, 1939-1944." The Historian 59 (1997): 831-847.
[FBI/DomSec/To00s & Interwar]
Charlesworth, Lorie. "2 SAS Regiment, War Crimes Investigations, and British Intelligence: Intelligence Officials and the Natzweiler Trial." Journal of Intelligence History 6, no. 2 (Winter 2006-2007): 13-60. [http://www.intelligence-history.org/jih/journal.html]
From abstract: This article concerns the trial in 1946 "of nine officials from Natzweiler Struthof concentration camp for the murder of four women, all believed to be SOE agents.... [W]itnesses were largely intelligence officials," an SOE officer and an intelligence officer for "2 SAS War Crimes Investigation Team" which was "largely responsible for the investigations resulting in this trial." The author "examines how the SAS, without 'official' authorisation, successfully undertook war crimes investigations (until 1948) even though the SAS Regiments were disbanded in 1945." The article "also discusses the involvement of Special Forces and intelligence officials as witnesses in the Natzweiler Trial and considers some implications for the rule of law."
Charlesworth, Lorie, and Michael Salter. "Ensuring the After-Life of the Ciano Diaries: Allen Dulles' Provision of Nuremberg Trial Evidence." Intelligence and National Security 21, no. 4 (Aug. 2006): 568-603.
This is an interesting article about Dulles' efforts to retrieve a copy of the diaries of Count Ciano, Mussolini's foreign minister 1936-1943, from Ciano's wife and the use of the diaries at the Nuremberg trial of Hitler's foreign minister, Joachim von Ribbentrop. See also, Michael Salter, "Intelligence Agencies and War Crimes Prosecution: Allen Dulles's Involvement in Witness Testimony at Nuremberg," Journal of International Criminal Justice 2 (2004): 826-854; and Howard McGaw Smyth, "The Ciano Papers: Rose Garden," Studies in Intelligence 13.2 (Spring 1969): 1-63.
Charns, Alexander. Cloak and Gavel: FBI Wiretaps, Bugs, Informers, and the Supreme Court. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 1992.
Surveillant 2.6: This book is part of an "ongoing project" for the North Carolina attorney, "whose writing on the FBI penetration of the Supreme Court first appeared on December 3, 1989 in a long piece in The Washington Post. His early research also aired in an independently syndicated TV program titled Now It Can Be Told on September 16, 1991."
Charret, Alain. Écoutes radioélectriques et renseignement. [Radioelectric Interception and Intelligence] Paris: L'Harmattan, 2006.
Kahn, I&NS 23.2 (Apr. 2008), notes that the author is "a former sigint specialist in the French air force" who "gives some details about interception in the first Gulf War and deals with 11 September 2001."
Charters, David A.
Chartres, John. Training of World War Two Secret Agents in Cheshire. Altrincham, UK: J. Chartres, 1991. [pb] Bowdon, UK: Bowdon History Society, 1992.
Chasdi, Richard. Tapestry of Terror: A Portrait of Middle East Terrorism, 1994-1999. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2002.
Singer, Parameters 34.2, comments that this work "provides a wealth of data and novel analysis, but packages it in a form that is almost inaccessible to general readers.... [T]his is a book solely for experts, but valuable nonetheless."
Chase, Michael S., and James C. Mulvenon. "The Decommercialization of China's Ministry of State Security." International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 15, no. 4 (Winter 2002-2003): 481-495.
Working from a "grey-literature" internal divestiture after-action report, the authors track the process by which the MSS moved to shed its "smaller business infrastructure" following the 20 July 1998 Politburo order.
Chase, Michael T. "All-Source Intelligence: A New Name for an Old Thoroughbred." Military Review 56, no. 7 (1976): 43-49. [Petersen]
Chase, Steven. "Intelligence Officer Charged with Passing Secrets to Foreign Interests." Globe and Mail (Toronto), 16 Jan. 2012. [http://www.theglobeandmail.com]
Sub-Lieutenant Jeffrey Paul Delisle, a "Canadian Forces officer who served for a decade inside military intelligence[,] has been charged with passing government secrets to foreign interests" over the period since 6 July 2007. "The charge is the first ever laid under Canada's rarely used Security of Information Act, passed after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks."
Chatel, Nicole, and Alain Guérin. Camarade Sorge. Paris: Juilliard, 1965.
Chatterjee, Sumana. "Intelligence Bills Target New Threats." Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, 9 May 1998, 1241.
"According to proponents, the intelligence authorization bills for fiscal 1999 are attempting to address 'real-world threats' -- proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and missile technology among rogue nations, as well as terrorism, narcotics, counterespionage and even computer hackers."
Chavchavadze, David. Crowns and Trenchcoats: A Russian Prince in the CIA. New York: Atlantic International, 1990.
Bart Barnes, "David Chavchavadze, CIA Spy with Russian Royal Roots, Dies at 90," Washington Post, 8 Nov. 2014.
Surveillant 1.1: "First-hand account of the CIA experiences of ... a direct descendant of the House of Romanoff.... [He] entered the U.S. army in 1943 and after the war joined CIA. He spent most of his career as an Intelligence Officer in the Soviet Russia Division."
Chavez, Judy. Defector's Mistress: The Judy Chavez Story. New York: Dell, 1979.
See Shevchenko entry in Russia/SovDefectors.
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