Sigaud, Louis A. Belle Boyd, Confederate Spy. Richmond, VA: Dietz, 1944.
Sigaud, Louis A. "Mrs. Greenhow and the Rebel Spy Ring." Maryland Historical Magazine 91 (Sep. 1946): 175-198.
Sigl, Rupert. In the Claws of the KGB: Memoirs of a Double Agent. Ardmore, PA: Dorrance, 1978.
Clark comment: Sigl worked as a KGB agent for over 15 years until his defection to U.S. intelligence in 1969. Pforzheimer views the book as "rich in case details and insights." Constantinides says that intelligence experts "regard this as a useful model of Soviet recruitment and use of agents." Note that Pforzheimer identifies Sigl as an Austrian, while Constantinides says he was a German.
Sigmund, Paul E. The Overthrow of Allende and the Politics of Chile 1964-1976. Pittsburgh, PA: Pittsburgh University Press, 1977.
Sigurdson, Jon, and Patricia Nelson. "Intelligence Gathering and Japan: The Elusive Role of Grey Intelligence." International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 5, no. 1 (Spring 1991): 17-34.
Sihanouk, Norodom, and Wilfred Burchett. My War with the CIA: Cambodia's Fight for Survival. London: Penguin, 1973.
Silber, Jules. The Invisible Weapons. London: Hutchinson, 1932.
According to Constantinides, Silber was a German agent who worked in British censorship in World War I. His books claim many heady accomplishments, but independent confirmation is lacking.
Silberzahn, Claude, with Jean Guisnel. Au coeur du secret, 1.500 jours aux commandes de la DGSE, 1989-1993. Paris: Fayard, 1995.
Pennetier, I&NS 11.4, comments that Silberzahn's four years as DGSE head saw "a major shakeup of France's services." In this book, Silberzahn details the changes he made in the service, but seems "prone to exaggerate ... the impact of his actions." At other times, "he succumbs to banalities, giving the book the tone of a recruitment prospectus." Nevertheless, this book "gives the reader an invaluable occasion to study and assess an intelligence service in mutation."
Sileo, Thomas. CIA Humor: A Few True Stories from A 31-Year Career. Alexandria, VA: Washington House, 2004.
Peake, Studies 49.2 (2005), notes that this small book (108 pages) contains "five chapters of anecdotes.... Not all of the stories are funny, but they are all instructive.... This little book will bring pleasure to many and probably invoke similar memories in other officers."
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Sillitoe, Percy [Sir]. Cloak Without Dagger. London: Cassell, 1955. New York: Abelard-Schuman, 1955.
Constantinides: Sillitoe headed MI5 from 1946 to 1953, but most of the book concerns his long career in the colonies and in the United Kingdom. "Little is said of his experience" at MI5's helm. Cockerill's biography, Sir Percy Sillitoe (1975), does little to rectify the situation.
Silman-Cheong, Helen. Wellesley Aron: A Rebel With a Cause -- A Memoir. London: Frank Cass, 1991.
Surveillant 2.2 identifies this as the biography of a "Jewish Palestinian who worked clandestinely for the Hagannah in the US during Israel's War of Independence."
Silver, Arnold M. "Questions, Questions, Questions: Memories of Oberursel." Intelligence and National Security 8, no. 2 (Apr. 1993): 199- 213. Studies in Intelligence 37, no. 5 (1994): 81-90.
Army's center for detailed interrogation after World War II.
Silver, Daniel B. "Intelligence and Counterintelligence." In National Security Law, eds. John Norton Moore, et al, 913-938. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 1990.
Silver, Patricia. "A Dubliner in British Military Intelligence.: History Ireland 22, no. 4 (2014): 336-39.
World War I, the Royal Munster Fusiliers, and J.A.F. Cuffe.
Silverberg, Marshall. "The Separation of Powers and Control of the CIA's Covert Operations." Texas Law Review 68, no. 3 (Feb. 1990): 575-623.
Silverman, Jon. "Ex-MI5 Chief Criticised over Book." BBC, 8 Sep. 2001. [http://news.bbc. co.uk]
Silverstein, Ken. "Even Spooks Have Rights." The Nation, 4 Oct. 1999, 20-24.
Discusses alleged prosecutorial misconduct -- the use of false testimony -- in the Wilson case.
Sim, William. "South Korea President Changes Security, Police Chiefs." Bloomberg, 18 Jan. 2009. [http://www.bloomberg.com]
South Korea's President Lee Myung Bak has "named Won Sei Hoon, currently the minister of Public Administration and Security, as the head of the National Intelligence Service, the presidential office said in a statement" on 18 January 2009.
Simeone, John, and David Jacobs. The Complete Idiot's Guide to the FBI. Indianapolis, IN: Alpha, 2002.
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