The History of the Secret Intelligence Service, 1909-1949

    Keith Jeffery

    Bloomsbury 2010

    Hardback 832pp Illustrated

    9780747591832   Product Code: 93867

    From its foundation in 1909, through two world wars to its present role at the heart of modern British government, the Secret Intelligence Service, or MI6, has been a subject of sustained and intense public interest. This study, the first to be written by an independent historian with unrestricted access to the Service's archives, analyses the role and significance of intelligence and gives an authoritative account of SIS's people and its organization, development and operations over the first 40 years of its existence.

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