New York: The Hudson Review, Inc., 1961. 145, wraps, covers soiled, some wear to edges of covers and spine Contains an article translated by Franz Schneider and Charles Gullans on "Last Letters From Stalingrad" (pp. 335-367). These are excerpts of letters written by German troops and flown out of Stalingrad in January 1943; the letters were seized by the Bureau of Army Information and analyzed to ascertain "troop morale." The German Army Press Corps was to use the letters to write a documented account of the Battle of Stalingrad, but the book was suppressed as morale was deemed too low.
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London: Frank Cass & Co., Ltd., 1992. 198, wraps, maps, figures, tables, notes Among others, contains an article on the origins of domestic intelligence and counter-subversion in Canada 1914-21, an article on the Central Personality Index, and an article on collaboration among the Secret Intelligence Services of the Axis States 1940-41.