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100 1  Mahl, Tom E. 
245 10 Espionage's most wanted|h[electronic resource] :|bthe top 
       10 book of malicious moles, blown covers, and intelligence
       oddities /|cTom E. Mahl. 
250    1st ed. 
260    Washington, D.C. :|bBrassey's,|c©2003. 
300    1 online resource (xviii, 300 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 283-285) and 
       index. 
505 00 |tBy Their Names You Will Not Know Them: Code Names|g1 --
       |tBy Their Names You Are Not Supposed to Know Them: The 
       Jargon of Espionage|g7 --|tTen Tools of the Trade: The 
       Gadgets and Toys of Espionage|g14 --|tThe Elite: The Top 
       Ten Intelligence Agencies|g22 --|tFrom Russia with Secret 
       Police: Russian Intelligence Agencies in the Twentieth 
       Century|g29 --|tAmerican Revolution, American Spies: 
       American Spies of the American Revolution|g37 --|tAmerican
       Revolution, English Spies: English Spies in the American 
       Revolution|g44 --|tMajor Martin and Friends--Those Who 
       Never Were: Phony People and Groups Created by 
       Intelligence Agencies|g50 --|tA Spy's Walk through London:
       A Tour of London for the Espionage Aficionado|g55 --|tA 
       Spy's Washington, D.C.: A Tour of Georgetown and Vicinity 
       for the Espionage Aficionado|g60 --|tStill Classified 
       after All These Years: Selected Secrets Withheld from the 
       Public|g66 --|tCompanies of the Company: Companies Run as 
       Fronts by the CIA|g73 --|tJames and the Giant Peach to 
       Goldfinger: The Spy as Writer|g81 --|tNoms De Plume and 
       d'Espionage: Spies and the Pen Names They Wrote Under|g89 
       --|tThe Monster Rally, Dirty Tricks, and Black Propaganda:
       The Dirty Tricks and Black Propaganda that Make Covert 
       Operations Fun|g93 --|tSobriquets: The Nicknames of 
       Espionage|g99 --|tSwallows and Honeytraps: Women Agents 
       Used against Men|g102 --|tRavens or Swans, the Male 
       Swallows: Male Agents Used against Women|g111 --|tCover 
       Jobs: The Jobs Spies Appear to Do in Their Public Lives
       |g118 --|tThe Rich and Famous Worked Here, Too: Prominent 
       People Who Worked in Intelligence|g123 --|tFavorite 
       Watering Holes--A Tour of Western Europe and the United 
       States: Places Where Spies Have a Drink and Relax|g128 --
       |tBosses (Spymasters): The Memorable Ones Who Ran the 
       Spies|g133 --|tThe Price Is Right: Payoffs and Bribes|g142
       --|tFreedom of the Press for All Those Who Own a Press: 
       Newspapers Owned or Under the Influence of Intelligence 
       Agencies|g148 --|tPatron of Letters: Books Planted by 
       Intelligence Agencies|g158 --|t"The Company" and "The 
       Friends" Take to the Air: Radio Stations Run or Controlled
       by Intelligence Agencies|g163 --|tFrom "A Better World," 
       "A World Full of Bliss" to "A Wet Job" and "The Measles": 
       Assassinations|g170 --|tThey Shoot Spies, Don't They?: The
       East and West Swap Spies|g177 --|tGreat Quips from the 
       Great Game: Great Quotations from the Spy Business|g186 --
       |tCreativity at the Bureau: The FBI Uses Its Creative 
       Writing Skills to Disrupt the Left and Right|g189 --|tThe 
       Magnificent Five, Plus Five: Soviet Agents Who Penetrated 
       the British Government|g199 --|tLoyalty, Loyalty, 
       Wherefore Art Thou Loyalty?: Enemy Officials and Agents 
       Who Helped Britain and the United States|g212 --|tTen for 
       the Intelligence Cognoscenti: Ten Little Known Items of 
       Espionage|g222 --|tTen for Tube Alloys and the Manhattan 
       Project: Soviet Spies Steal the Secrets of the Atom Bomb
       |g232 --|tThe Company Goes to the Movies: Movies about 
       Espionage|g243 --|tThe Company as Culture Vulture: The CIA
       Fights the Soviets in Music, Painting, and Literature|g250
       --|tEncounter et al., the CIA's Stable of Highbrow Culture
       Magazines|g261 --|tTen Selected Books Published by the CIA
       Front Congress for Cultural Freedom|g272 --|tIt Always 
       Sounds Better in French--Especially If You Don't Know 
       French|g276. 
588 0  Print version record. 
590    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
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650  0 Espionage|vMiscellanea. 
650  0 Intellect|vMiscellanea. 
650  0 Spies|vMiscellanea. 
655  0 Electronic books|xMiscellanea. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
655  4 Electronic books|xMiscellanea. 
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776 08 |iPrint version:|aMahl, Tom E.|tEspionage's most wanted.
       |b1st ed.|dWashington, D.C. : Brassey's, ©2003|z1574884891
       |w(DLC)  2002156001|w(OCoLC)51266214 
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