Hae - Hag

 

Haefele, Walter R. "General George Washington: Espionage Chief." American History Illustrated 24, no. 6 (Nov.-Dec. 1989): 22-27, 69-70.

[RevWar/GW]

Haestrup, Jorgen. European Resistance Movements, 1939-1945: A Complete History. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1981.

From publisher: "Haestrup profiles the resistance movements as an integral part of the total history of the war. He analyzes their different approaches and levels of resistance in each occupied nation -- describing their organization, intelligence-gathering and sabotage achievements, labor strikes, civil disobedience, politics, supplies, external communication, assassinations, and partisan warfare."

[WWII/Eur/Resistance/Gen]

Haestrup, Jorgen. Secret Alliance: A Study of the Danish Resistance Movement, 1940-45. 3 vols. New York: New York University Press, 1975-1977.

[WWII/Eur/Resistance/Denmark]

Haffenmeister, D., J. Romm, and K. Tsipis. "The Verification of Compliance with Arms-Control Agreements." Scientific American, Mar. 1985, 28-35.

[Recon/ArmsControl]

Haffner, Sebastian [pseud., Raimund Pretzel]. Offensive Against Germany. London: Seeker & Warburg, 1941.

[WWII/Eur/Gen]

Haga, Arnfinn. Skyggen: SOE-agenten Louis Pettersen. Oslo: Cappelen Damm, 2009.

Pettersen ("Shadow") was a Norwegian who served in SOE.

[UK/WWII/Services/SOE; WWII/Eur/Res/Norway]

Hagaman, H.T.

1. "Marine Corps Intelligence in the '80s." Signal 36 (Sep. 1981): 69.

2. "Marine Corps Intelligence." Marine Corps Gazette 66 (Jan. 1982): 50-53.

[MI/Marines/To89]

Hagan, Frank E. "Espionage as Political Crime? A Typology of Spies." Journal of Security Administration 12, no. 1 (1989): 19-36.

Calder: "Provides typologies of ten spies."

[SpyCases/U.S./Gen]

Hagan, Kenneth J. American Gunboat Diplomacy and the Old Navy, 1877- 1889. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1973.

Hagedorn, Dan, and Lief Hellstrom. Foreign Invaders: The Douglas Invader in Foreign Military and US Clandestine Service. Leicester, UK: Midland, 1994.

[Recon/Planes]

Hageman, Mark C. "Espionage in the Civil War." Signal Corps Association (1860 to 1865) at: http://www.civilwarsignals.org/pages/spy/spy.html.

Confederacy: Thomas Jordan, Rose O'Neal Greenhow, Thomas N. Conrad, J. Franklin Stringfellow, William Norris, Belle Boyd, James Harrison, John S. Mosby, Turner Ashby, Harry Gilmor, Jerome Clarke, Sam Davis.

Union: Allan Pinkerton, Timothy Webster, Elizabeth Van Lew, Lafayette C. Baker, Sarah Emma Edmonds, Pauline Cushman, William A. Lloyd, Thomas Boyd, Henry Young, George H. Sharpe, James J. Andrews.

[CivWar/Overviews]

Hagen, Louis E. The Secret War for Europe: A Dossier of Espionage. New York: Stein & Day, 1969.

Hager, Nicky. Other People's Wars: New Zealand in Afghanistan, Iraq and the War on Terror. Nelson, New Zealand: Craig Potton Publishing, 2011.

Peake, Studies 57.2 (Jun. 2013), finds that "[d]espite the author's less than objective opinions," this book "depicts the not insignificant contribution of New Zealand's intelligence units in joint operations. More generally, it provides an in-depth view of New Zealand's role in Afghanistan and to a lesser extent Iraq, subjects not dealt with elsewhere. Still, read with caution."

[OtherCountries/NewZealand]

Hager, Nicky. Secret Power: New Zealand's Role in the International Spy Network. Nelson, New Zealand: Craig Potton Publishing, 1996.

Hagerty, Alexander. "An Unpublished Yardley Manuscript." Cryptologia 23, no. 4 (Oct. 1999): 289-297.

The author discusses an unpublished manuscript Yardley wrote about the attack on Pearl Harbor. Yardley's manuscript "contains more spin than substance" and "is merely a curiosity."

[Cryptography]

Hagerty, Edward J. The OSI Story: A 50-Year Retrospective. Washington, DC: Air Force Office of Special Investigations, 1997.

[MI/AirForce]

Haggman, Bertil. "Soviet Russian Active Measures in Scandinavia." Ukrainian Review 34, no. 3 (1986): 69-75. [Calder]

[Russia/D&D]

Hagman, Harlan L. Nathan Hale and John André: Reluctant Heroes of the American Revolution. Interlaken, NY: Empire State Books, 1992.

[RevWar/Hale & Arnold]

Hagood, Wesley O. "Overcoming Barriers to Effective Collaboration." Defense Intelligence Journal 16, no. 2 (2007): 121-138.

The author suggests that collaboration within the Intelligence Community (IC) involves "people, process, technology, and infrastructure dimensions." He argues that "[l]essons learned from crisis operations can be institutionalized to improve the IC's performance at all times."

[GenPostCW/00s/Gen]

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