The Sites listed on the left column contain will keep you informed with Conspiracies, Most Wanted,
Intelligence Agencies, Internet Crime, Law Enforcement, Military, Terrorists Activities and Area 51 among many other secrets.
Cold War International History Project
CWIHP seeks to disseminate new information on Cold War history emerging from
previously inaccessible sources in the former communist bloc. Many formerly secret
documents are available on CWIHP's Web site, including the KGB's 1967 annual
report and analyses of Eastern-bloc espionage.
History of Espionage
History Beginnings through the Nineteenth Century The importance of espionage in military affairs has been
recognized since the beginning of recorded history. The Egyptians had a well-developed secret service, and spying and subversion are
MI5 The Security Service
The Security Service is the UK's security intelligence agency. Its purpose is to protect
national security from threats such as terrorism, espionage and the proliferation of weapons
of mass destruction, to safeguard the economic well-being of the UK against foreign threats.
Reporter Daniel Brandt has assembled this database of books and
magazines, focusing on hard-hitting investigative journalism. We're talking
the CIA, religious cults, terrorism, Nazis -- the whole charming cast of
characters that populates the penumbra of politics gets the sunshine
treatment. The essence of NameBase is a name search. Enter a name,
preferably of a suspected spy or high-level conspirator, and NameBase
presents you with a list of books and magazines in which that name
National Security Agency
The National Security Agency/Central Security Service is responsible for the
centralized coordination, direction, and performance of highly specialized
technical functions in support of U.S. Government activities to protect U.S.
communications and produce foreign intelligence information
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You won't want to miss meeting, having dinner or even talking over a drink with former American and Russian
intelligence officers as well as well-known intelligence authors.