Hall, Allan. "Spies Say Time for Vengeance Is Long Over." Times (London), 13 Sep. 1999. [http://www.the-times.co.uk]
At a Berlin conference on espionage during the Cold War, "[o]ld spies were divided ... on what punishment should be handed out to Melita Norwood."
Hall, Arthur. B. "Landscape Analysis." Studies in Intelligence 11, no. 3 (Summer 1967): 65-75.
"The earth-related view is [the landscape analyst's] unique contribution to intelligence analysis."
Hall, Charles S. Benjamin Tallmadge: Revolutionary Soldier and American Businessman. New York: Columbia University Press, 1943.
Constantinides notes that this work does not "add any new material" on Tallmadge's role in the New York network or on the Arnold-André case.
Hall, Charles W. "Spy Suspect Admits Guilt; Second to Do So." Washington Post, 1 Mar. 1997, A1, A15. "Dear KGB: The Film Is in the Milk Carton." Washington Post National Weekly Edition, 10 Mar. 1997, 35.
Pitts pleaded guilty to two counts of espionage on 28 February 1997. According to a court document, the evidence against Pitts included a computer disk with a February 1990 letter to the KGB on it. The letter was devastating to any plans to offer an entrapment defense. See also, Bill Gertz, "FBI Agent Pleads Guilty to Spying," Washington Times, 1 Mar. 1997, A1, A4; and Neil A. Lewis, "Ex-F.B.I. Supervisor Pleads Guilty to Espionage," New York Times, 1 Mar. 1997, A9.
Hall, Charles W., and Dana Priest. "Navy Worker Is Accused of Passing Secrets." Washington Post, 26 Sep. 1996, A1, 14-15.
See also, Bill Gertz, "Seoul to Recall Attache Linked to Spy Suspect," Washington Times, 26 Sep. 1996, A1, 13; Robert S. Greenberger, "U.S. Navy Worker Is Charged as Spy for South Korea," Wall Street Journal, 26 Sep. 1996, A9; David Johnston, "U.S. Charges Navy Civilian with Spying," New York Times, 26 Sep. 1996, A10 (N).
Hall, Charles W., and Walter Pincus. "Spy Suspects Refusing to Go Quietly." Washington Post, 23 Jan. 1997, A9.
Robert C. Kim, Harold Nicholson, Earl Edwin Pitts cases.
Hall, James O. "The Dahlgren Papers: Fact or Fabrication." Civil War Times Illustrated (Nov. 1983), 36ff.
Hall, James O. "The Spy Harrison." Civil War Times 24, no. 10 (1986): 18-25.
This article is the result of historical spadework to identify the Confederate agent, "the Spy Harrison," who informed Longstreet on June 28, 1863, that the Army of the Potomac was in Frederick, Maryland, and marching northward. This information led Lee to move to concentrate his army near Gettysburg. The incident forms the opening of Michael Shaara's popular novel, The Killer Angels.
Hall, Keith. "Challenges Faced by U.S. Intelligence." American Intelligence Journal 11, no. 3 (1990): 1-3.
Hall, Keith R. [Director/NRO and Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Space] "Leading Intelligence in the 21st Century: The Role of Satellite Reconnaissance." Defense Intelligence Journal 7, no. 1 (Spring 1998): 7-24.
"[I]n the last few years, the NRO has undergone a transformation in its structure, culture, business practices, and relationship to the intelligence user.... The Task now is to conceptualize and develop the future space-based surveillance architectures to address [the challenges of the next century].... To accrue the full advantages of integrated black and white space architectures, we must overcome [bureaucratic and budgetary] difficulties [between DOD and the Intelligence Community] and design systems that meet both national and military needs."
Hall, Keith R. [Director/NRO and Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Space] "The National Reconnaissance Office -- Freedom's Sentinal in Space." American Intelligence Journal 19, nos. 3 & 4 (1999-2000): 1-12.
General overview of the NRO's past, present, and future.
Hall, Keith R. [Director/NRO and Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Space] "The National Reconnaissance Office: Revolutionizing Global Reconnaissance." Defense Intelligence Journal 8, no. 1 (Summer 1999): 7-13.
"The NRO's future will be determined by how well we position this organization in the nation's overall air and ground data collection structure, and how well we adapt to our new role as a global information provider."
Hall, Mary T. [LCDR/USN]. "False Colors and Dummy Ships: The Use of Ruse in Naval Warfare." Naval War College Review 42 (Summer 1989): 52-62. [Seymour]
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