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The Boys Book Of Spycraft

Author : Martin Oliver
ISBN : 9781780550596
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The Boys' Book of Spycraft is the perfect book for boys with a sense of daring and adventure. It contains all the tips and tricks that readers need to become top secret agents: from cracking codes to tailing suspects, via the art of cunning disguise, this book is a must for budding Bonds everywhere.

The Knowhow Book Of Spycraft

Author : Falcon Travis
ISBN : 1409562913
Genre : Ciphers
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This is one in a series of KnowHow activity books aimed at children between the ages of seven and twelve. Other books in the series offer ideas on experiments, paper fun, detection, jokes & tricks, and action toys.

Spyology

Author : Dugald A. Steer
ISBN : 1742114075
Genre : Espionage
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Spencer Blake, AKA 'Agent K', wrote Spyology while on a mission to foil the criminal gang CODEX. Six months later, a package containing Spyology mysteriously arrived at the MI6 headquarters. As readers gain spy skills, they must complete the challenges set by Agent K to unravel the mystery of Operation CODEX. Containing an array of hidden spy mirror, decoders, a magnifying disguises and much more. But just as readers believe they have solved the conundrum, there is a twist.

Spycraft

Author : Robert Wallace
ISBN : 9781440635304
Genre : History
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An unprecedented history of the CIA's secret and amazing gadgetry behind the art of espionage In this look at the CIA’s most secretive operations and the devices that made them possible, Spycraft tells gripping life-and-death stories about a group of spytechs—much of it never previously revealed and with images never before seen by the public. The CIA’s Office of Technical Service is the ultrasecret department that grappled with challenges such as: What does it take to build a quiet helicopter? How does one embed a listening device in a cat? What is an invisible photo used for? These amazingly inventive devices were created and employed against a backdrop of geopolitical tensions—including the Cold War, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and continuing terrorist threats. Written by Robert Wallace, the former director of the Office of Technical Service, and internationally renowned intelligence historian Keith Melton, Spycraft is both a fantastic encyclopedia of gadgetry and a revealing primer on the fundamentals of high-tech espionage. “The first comprehensive look at the technical achievements of American espionage from the 1940s to the present.”—Wired “Reveals more concrete information about CIA tradecraft than any book.”—The Washington Times “This is a story I thought could never be told.”—JAMES M. OLSON, former chief of CIA counterintelligence

The Funcraft Book Of Spycraft

Author : Falcon Travis
ISBN : 0590119370
Genre : Ciphers
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Discusses codes, maps, hidden messages, signals, disguises and other secretive activities.

The Knowhow Book Of Spycraft And Detection

Author : Falcon Travis
ISBN : 0860201619
Genre : Criminal investigation
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Invisible Ink

Author : John A. Nagy
ISBN : PSU:000064211763
Genre : History
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The award-winning author of Rebellion in the Ranks explains the techniques used by spies on both sides of the American Revolution--including dictionary codes, hidden compartments and musical notation--as well as counterintelligence efforts, in a book that includes examples of various intriguing codes and ciphers.

The Spycraft Manual

Author : Barry Davies
ISBN : 9780760320747
Genre : History
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The Spycraft Manual is unique. There has never been a book that reveals the secret tradecraft techniques used by spies the world over. Until now. Intelligence in the field of counter-terrorism is a different and, in many aspects, arduous and dangerous task. The lives of many agents are in continuous danger. The rules of the game are cruel—as moral and ethical considerations are negated by the bullet. There is no honor between rivals on the streets of Beirut or Baghdad—only the most quickwitted survive. A modern spy must blend in, live among the enemy, speak the language, befriend, and exploit the enemy at very opportunity. They are required to be streetwise, rough, tough, and ruthless.

Spycraft

Author : H. Keith Melton
ISBN : 9781446497760
Genre : History
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Secret instructons written in invisible ink. Cigarettes that fire bullets. Covert communications slipped inside dead rats. Subminature cameras hidden in ballpoint pens. If these sound like the stuff of James Bond's gadget-master Q's trade, think again. They are all real-life devices created by the CIA's Office of Technical Services. Now, in the first book ever written about this ultrasecretive department, the former director of the OTS gives us an unprecedented look at the devices and operations from the history of the CIA - including many deemed 'inappropriate for public disclosure' by the CIA just two years ago. Spycraft tells amazing life and death stories about this little-known group, much of which has never before been revealed. Against the backdrop of some of the most critical international events of recent years - including the Cold War, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the war on terror - the authors show the real techinical and human story of how the CIA carried out its most secret missions.

1000 Secrets

Author : Gyles Daubeney Brandreth
ISBN : 0552542075
Genre : Espionage
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Spycraft Secrets

Author : Nigel West
ISBN : 9780750968980
Genre : History
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Tradecraft: as intriguing as it is forbidden . . . Tradecraft is the term applied to techniques used by intelligence personnel to assist them in conducting their operations and, like many other professions, the espionage business has developed its own rich lexicon. In the real, sub rosa world of intelligence-gathering, each bit of jargon acts as a veil of secrecy over particular types of activity, and in this book acclaimed author Nigel West explains and give examples of the lingo in action. He draws on the first-hand experience of defectors to and from the Soviet Union; surveillance operators who kept terrorist suspects under observation in Northern Ireland; case officers who have put their lives at risk by pitching a target in a denied territory; the NOCs who lived under alias to spy abroad; and much more. Turn these pages and be immersed in the real world of James Bond: assets, black operations, double agents, triple agents ... it’s all here.

A Brief Theory Of Spycraft

Author : Christopher David Costanzo
ISBN : 9781796085921
Genre : Reference
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In his new book, A Brief Theory of Spycraft: Weaving the Tangled Web, Costanzo reveals the classic theoretical underpinnings of his profession in a modern context. The book is not for everyone. It is, in effect, a mini-textbook for students and it requires some concentration. But even if not for the casual reader, it will be of interest to many government employees, to security personnel, to anyone attuned to international relations, and to serious espionage buffs. Costanzo is also the author of My CIA:Memories of a Secret Career, in which he describes what it was like to work in the CIA's Clandestine Service during the final decades of the Cold War, starting from his early training through his senior tours as a chief of station.

Spycraft

Author : Martin Oliver
ISBN : 1780555105
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Perfect for kids with a sense of daring and adventure, this book contains all the tips and tricks that readers need to become secret agents. From cracking codes to tailing suspects via the art of cunning disguise, this book is a must for budding Bonds everywhere. This book is part of the Buster Know How series, a collection of books that teaches adventurous and imaginative kids everything they will ever need to know about getting by in this wide, whacky world.

Spycraft Manual

Author : Barry Davies
ISBN : 141768951X
Genre : History
File Size : 71. 61 MB
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The Spycraft Manual is unique. There has never been a book that reveals the secret tradecraft techniques used by spies the world over. Until now. Intelligence in the field of counter-terrorism is a different and, in many aspects, arduous and dangerous task. The lives of many agents are in continuous danger. The rules of the game are cruel--as moral and ethical considerations are negated by the bullet. There is no honor between rivals on the streets of Beirut or Baghdad--only the most quickwitted survive. A modern spy must blend in, live among the enemy, speak the language, befriend, and exploit the enemy at very opportunity. They are required to be streetwise, rough, tough, and ruthless.

Spy Sites Of Philadelphia

Author : H. Keith Melton
ISBN : 9781647120184
Genre : Travel
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An illustrated guide to the history of espionage in Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley. Philadelphia became a battleground for spies as George Washington’s Patriot army in nearby Valley Forge struggled to survive the winter of 1776-77. In the centuries that followed—through the Civil War, the rise of fascism and communism in the twentieth century, and today’s fight against terrorism—the city has been home to international intrigue and some of America’s most celebrated spies. Spy Sites of Philadelphia takes readers inside this shadowy world to reveal the places and people of Philadelphia’s hidden history. These fascinating entries portray details of stolen secrets, clandestine meetings, and covert communications through every era of American history. Along the way, readers will meet both heroes and villains whose daring deceptions helped shape the nation. Authors H. Keith Melton and Robert Wallace weave incredible true stories of courage and deceit that rival even the best spy fiction. Featuring over 150 spy sites in Philadelphia and its neighboring towns and counties, this illustrated guide invites readers to follow in the footsteps of moles and sleuths. Authoritative, entertaining, and informative, Spy Sites of Philadelphia is a must-have guidebook to the espionage history of the region.

The Tao Of Spycraft

Author : Ralph D. Sawyer
ISBN : UOM:39015045629840
Genre : History
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But The Tao of Spycraft is more than an examination of military tactics; it also provides a thorough overview of the history of spies in China, emphasizing their early development, ruthless employment, and dramatic success in subverting famous generals, dooming states to extinction, and facilitating the rise of the first imperial dynasty known as the Ch'in.

Studies In Intelligence

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105132172516
Genre : Intelligence service
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Streetwise Spycraft

Author : Barry Davies
ISBN : 1844429113
Genre : Political Science
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Spies are all around us and always have been. They are theultimate survivors and their knowledge and skillsets have been carefully passed down through word of mouth ? until now. Streetwise Spycraft shows you exactly what spies do and how they do it. Handling agents, encoding messages, tracking, escape & evasion and surveillance are all skills that the man on the street would not have dreamed of needing as few as ten years go. But in the Age of Terror of the twenty-first century, skills once considered extreme have become essential for survival on the dangerous streets of our cities.If you want to discover the reality of what spies do, and to learn key skills for yourself Streetwise Spycraft is the book for you.

Spycraft For Thriller Writers

Author : Edward Mickolus
ISBN : 1949173062
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This book gives authors and screenwriters tips and information on how to write about espionage and spies. Written by an author who served more than 30 years in the CIA.

Katipo Joe Book 2 Spycraft

Author : Brian Falkner
ISBN : 1775436608
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The astonishing journey of teenager Joseph St George (Katipo Joe) continues. Recruited by MI5, this time Joe is on a mission to infiltrate an elite group of Hitler Youth. In a world where one wrong word could bring catastrophe, he must compete with the other young people for a prize beyond his wildest dreams. But the consequences of failure are torture and death. From the war-torn skies over Germany to the heights of the Eagles NestHitlers hideawaythis is Joes story. Set amidst actual events, Joes story is a tale of incredible heroism, unlikely romance and unbearable tragedy.

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