Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Library and Records Department. Historical Branch. "My Purdah Lady": The Foreign Office and the Secret Vote, 1782-1909. History Notes No. 7. London: LRD/FCO, 1994.
Aldrich, I&NS 10.4: This is an "essay on the important but neglected subject of the financing and resourcing of British secret service from the Civil List Act of 1782 through the beginning of modern secret service in 1909."
Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Library and Records Department. Historical Branch. IRD: Origins and Establishment of the Foreign Office Information Research Department, 1946-8. History Notes/LRD Historical Branch, 9. London: FCO Historians, 1995.
Clark comment: This is a 21-page pamphlet. Aldrich, I&NS 11.1: "This publication covers the early origins of IRD.... [M]aterial on co-ordination with the United States and with other British clandestine departments is ... rather thin."
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Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Special Review Team. List of Papers Released From the Previously Retained FCO Archive. London: LRD, 1994. 2d ed. London: LRD, 1995.
With regard to the 1st edition, Aldrich, I&NS 10.4, comments that this volume is the "published list of over 3,000 FCO files re-reviewed and released in the PRO by the FCO Special Review Team up to November 1994." The material "mostly pertains to the late 1950s and early 1960s.... Most of the files do not specifically concern intelligence. Nevertheless, the first glimmers of the release of post-war intelligence-related papers are here." On the 2d edition, Aldrich, I&NS 11.1, notes that the publication "provides a cumulative list of all the new releases of previously retained files into [various] FCO file categories, running to no fewer than 206 pages."
Foreign Denial and Deception Analysis Committee. Director of Central Intelligence. The Jonathan Jay Pollard Espionage Case: A Damage Assessment. 30 Oct. 1987. Available at: http://www.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB407/.
See Jeffrey T. Richelson, ed., The Jonathan Pollard Spy Case: The CIA's 1987 Damage Assessment Declassified (National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 407), 14 Dec. 2012.
Foreign Intelligence Literary Scene. Editors. "Dedication of CIA's Berlin Wall Monument." 11, no. 6 (1992): 1-2.
Foreign Intelligence Literary Scene. Editors. "Intelligence Successes and Failures in Operations Desert Shield/Desert Storm." 12, no. 5: 1-3.
This is a review of a 45-page document with this title issued by U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Armed Services, Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigation, 103rd Congress, 1st session, August 1993. It is "one of the most important critiques yet written by a congressional committee."
Foreign Intelligence Literary Scene. Editors. "The Russian Security Services: Present Configuration." 11, no. 4 (1992): 1-3.
Foreign Intelligence Literary Scene. Editors.
1. "Yeltsin Releases Documents [on KAL-007 Shootdown]." 11, no. 5 (1992): 1-2.
2. "Release of Katyn Documents." 11, no. 5 (1992): 3.
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