THEY CALL IT INTELLIGENCE by Joachim Joesten

THEY CALL IT INTELLIGENCE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

No one seems to have covered the occupational outlook of the fledgling spy although the interest in this area would seem to be as strong as that in glamor airline jobs. While this book doesn't fill that need, it is more fuel for the passengers through ""spyland"" and more than just a glimpse of the inner workings of American, British, Russian and French snoopery. An informative, readable book by a seasoned journalist.

Pub Date: Feb. 21st, 1963
Publisher: Abelard-Schuman