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by Samuel M. Katz

  • ISBN: 0891415262
  • Category: History
  • Author: Samuel M. Katz
  • Subcategory: Military
  • Other formats: azw lrf lit azw
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Presidio Pr; Reprint edition (May 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 400 pages
  • FB2 size: 1355 kb
  • EPUB size: 1268 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 906
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Chronicles the successes of Israel's military intelligence service and discusses the agency's role in Israel's history from the War of Independence to the present has been added to your Cart.

Chronicles the successes of Israel's military intelligence service and discusses the agency's role in Israel's history from the War of Independence to the present has been added to your Cart.

Includes bibliographical references and index. A definitive book on the history of Israel's largest, most important, and most enigmatic intelligence service, A'Man, the Intelligence Branch of the Israel Defense Forces. Laying the foundation : the covert trailblazers - The transformation of Sha'i - Out of the shadows : the unholy genesis - The first years : from departure to branch - The affair in Egypt - Double jepardy 1954 : "I have not betrayed my country" - The short and bloody road to war : 1955-56 - A special.

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Israeli military intelligence. Published 1992 by Presidio Press in Novato, CA. Written in English.

The shadowy darkness of intelligence warfare has long been an Israeli domain, yet little is known about Israel's oldest, largest, and most crucial ng body, the Israel Defense Force's Intelligence Corps. Katz has drawn on war records and recently declassified documents as well as interviews with intelligence officers to compile this definitive book on the Corps. 32 photographs; 1 map.

Soldier Spies : Israeli Military Intelligence. Chronicles the successes of Israel's military intelligence service and discusses the agency's role in Israel's history from the War of Independence to the present.

Soldier Spies: Israeli Military Intelligence (1994). The Aaronsohn Saga (2007). Vladimir Jabotinsky, The Story of the Jewish Legion; translated by Samuel Katz, with a foreword by Col. John Henry Patterson, New York: B. Ackerman, 1945.

Use the out-of-print service, this book is a gem. This is a great book about the minutia and the value of a well-rounded military intelligence capability–it is relevant to .

Samuel M. Katz is an expert on Middle East security issues, international terrorism, and military special operations and . Katz is an expert on Middle East security issues, international terrorism, and military special operations and counter-terrorism. He has written several books including Soldier Spies: Israeli Military Intelligence, Anytime, Anywhere: On Patrol with the NYPD's Emergency Service Unit, Relentless Pursuit: The DSS and the Manhunt for the Al-Qaeda Terrorists, The Hunt for the Engineer: How Israeli Agents Tracked the Hamas Master Bomber, and Under Fire: The Untold Story of the Attack in Benghazi.

The shadowy darkness of intelligence warfare has long been an Israeli domain, yet little is known about Israel's oldest, largest, and most crucial intelligence-gathering body, the Israel Defense Force's Intelligence Corps. Katz has drawn on war records and recently declassified documents as well as interviews with intelligence officers to compile this definitive book on the Corps. 32 photographs; 1 map.
Reviews about Soldier Spies: Israeli Military Intelligence (3):
Delari
Good reading. Very detailed and comprehensive history of Israeli military intelligence. S.M. Katz does not shy away from highlighting internal and inter organizational conflicts and rivalries.Blunders and poor decisions are highlighted as well. Good book all in all.
Regretfully the author gets lost in external historical events and has problems with describing goals and purposes of foreign intelligence organizations he mentions as well as proper spelling/alliteration of their names. That's why only four stars
Soustil
Very informative non-fiction book that opens up Israel history.
Ziena
Excellent reading easy reading

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