Spies in Uniform

Spies in Uniform

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This book counters such revisionist arguments. Matthew Seligmann disputes the suggestion that the British government either got its facts wrong about the German threat or even, as some have claimed, deliberately 'invented' it in order to justify an otherwise unnecessary alignment with France and Russia. By examining the military and naval intelligence assessments forwarded from Germany to London by Britain's service attaches in Berlin, its 'men on the spot', Spies in Uniform clearly demonstrates that the British authorities had every reason to be alarmed.One attachAc who faced such a test was Colonel Gleichen. Shortly before setting off to Berlin to take up his appointment he was warned by a German officer not to obtain any a#39;information by ... At one level, it led to the establishment in 1909 of a Secret Service Bureau, the avowed purpose of which was to ensure that a#39;ouranbsp;...

Title:Spies in Uniform
Author: Matthew S. Seligmann
Publisher:Oxford University Press on Demand - 2006-01

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