This page is the beginning point for using The Literature of Intelligence: A Bibliography of Materials, with Essays, Reviews, and Comments. All materials are organized in the major substantive categories listed below. Clicking on the category in which you are interested will take you to a secondary table of contents from which you can access the relevant materials.

  Preface   What Is Intelligence?
  Reference Materials   Overviews
  Historical (Pre-WWI)   World War I
  Between the Wars   World War II
  General Post-World War II   General Post-Cold War
  Director of National Intelligence   Central Intelligence Agency
  Analysis   Covert Action
  Fed. Bureau of Investigation   Counterintelligence
  U.S. Espionage Cases   National Security Agency
  SIGINT & Cryptography   Military Intelligence
  Nat'l Reconnaissance Office   Other Agencies
  Intelligence Liaison   Vietnam
  Latin America   Terrorism
  Women in Intelligence   Oversight
  Reform   United Kingdom
  Russia   Other Countries
  Intel-Related Web Sites   Reviews by Alec Chambers

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