London: Frank Cass & Co., Ltd., 1988. 298, wraps, notes. This special issue was edited by Michael I. Handel, and contains articles on Napoleon's use of intelligence in the Jena Campaign of 1805, Adolf Hitler and the concept of military surprise, Westmoreland vs. CBS, Churchill and intelligence, commanding generals and the uses of intelligence, intelligence estimates and the decision-maker, and intelligence and command. Condition: very good.
Keywords: Periodicals, Intelligence, Leadership, Napoleon Bonaparte, Wm. Westmoreland, Jena Campaign, Adolf Hitler, Decision-Making, Military Surprise