Know Your Enemy: How the Joint Intelligence Committee Saw the World

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John Murray, 2002 - Cold War - 351 pages
The records of the Joint Intelligence Committee, Britain's senior intelligence body, are now being released to the public on the same basis as other official papers. As a result, historians have available a unique archive revealing British thinking at the highest level about the world situation and threats confronting the West in the critical years after World War II.

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