Battleground Western Europe: Intelligence Operations in Germany and the Netherlands in the Twentieth Century

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Beatrice de Graaf, Ben de Jong, Wies Platje
Het Spinhuis, 2007 - Počet stran: 274
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This book throws light on a lesser-known aspect of the history of Western Europe and looks at Germany and the Netherlands as the terrain on which some crucial intelligence battles were fought throughout the last century.

Beatrice de Graaf is a historian and assistant professor at the Center for Terrorism and Counterterrorism at Leiden University in the Hague (the Netherlands). Ben de Jong is a historian and lecturer at the Department of Russian and East European studies at the University of Amsterdam (the Netherlands). Wies Platje is a retired lieutenant-commander of the Royal Dutch Navy with a long career in the Netherlands Navy Intelligence Service.

 

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Introduction
1
French counterintelligence and British secret intelligence in
17
Netherlands 192040
40
How the Venlo Incident occurred
49
The staybehind network of the Abwehr
71
A tale of two countries U S intelligence community relations
95
British intelligence security and Western cooperation
123
IsraelNATO intelligence and electronic warfare cooperation
147
DutchGerman cooperation in psychological warfare
169
Stasi in the polder The East German Ministry for State Security
193
Germany and the Netherlands in the headquarters
217
Danish services terrorism and cooperation with Germany
237
DutchGerman cooperation in counterintelligence against
245
Joint operations against the IRA in the Netherlands
253
Contributors
261
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