Intelligence and National Security, Volume 3, Number 4, October 1988

London: Frank Cass & Co., Ltd., 1988. 188, wraps, figures, notes. Contains articles on U.S. intelligence responses to British and Australian missile research, the British Army and Signals Intelligence in the field during World War I, Peter Kapitza and the development of Soviet physics, Francis Herbert King, the significance of MAGIC and the Japanese ambassador to Berlin, British Signals Intelligence after World War II, and the 1983 KAL shootdown, among other topics. Condition: very good.

Keywords: Periodicals, Intelligence, Great Britain, Signals, WWII, Peter Kapitza, Francis H. King, Soviet Air Defense, KAL Shootdown

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