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Claasen, Adam. "The German Invasion of Norway, 1940: The Operational Intelligence Dimension." Journal of Strategic Studies 27, no. 1 (2004): 114-135 .

From abstract: "This article ... investigates the pivotal role intelligence played in the planning, preparation, and carrying out of Weserübung.... Although primarily concerned with German intelligence gathering and utilisation, British efforts, including the potential impact of Ultra, are also considered."

[UK/WWII/Overviews; WWII/Eur/Germany]

Clabby, John. How Mathematicians Helped Win WWII. Ft. George G. Meade, MD: National Security Agency, Center for Cryptologic History, 2005.


Claburn, Jeffrey. "Public Constraints on Assassination as an Instrument of U.S. Foreign Policy." International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 7, no. 1 (Spring 1994): 97-109.

"The wide range of criticisms [of political assassination], including moral, legal, societal, international, and practical concerns, provide a comprehensive evaluation of assassination as a short-sighted policy that is troubling to most Americans and extremely dangerous to the perpetrator as well as the victim."


Claghorn, Charles Eugene. Women Patriots of the American Revolution: A Biographical Dictionary. Boston, MA: Scarecrow Press, 1992.

Surveillant 2.5: "Among these 600 biographies of women who performed patriotic acts are details on those who spied for the Americans."

[RevWar/Refs; Women/RevWar]

Claire, Rodger W. Raid on the Sun: Inside Israel’s Secret Campaign that Denied Saddam the Bomb. New York: Broadway, 2004.

Rosales, Air & Space Power Journal 19.2 (Summer 2005), finds that the author describes Israel's attack on Saddam Hussein's Osirak nuclear facility in 1981 "with remarkable clarity and accuracy. Granted access by the Israeli government to formerly classified documents and voluntary contact with all eight pilots, the mission coordinator, and cockpit film of the attack[,] Rodger Claire captures details previously unknown to the rest of the world. His style combines historical fact with clandestine thrill and the suspense of cloak and dagger, making the reader privy to every perilous decision made by the Israeli leadership."

For Peake, Studies 50.2 (2006), the author "fills in the details of Operation Babylon in an easy-reading style, though his grasp of administrative and technical detail sometimes falters." The book is strongest when "Claire describes the pilot selection process, the technical problems involved in the attack ... and the step-by-step execution of the mission itself."


Clancy, Tom. Special Forces: A Guided Tour of U.S. Army Special Forces. New York: Berkley, 2000.

Publisher's Weekly, 1 Jan. 2001, calls this "the most comprehensive overview of the U.S. Army Special Forces available to general readers." Although his "language slips into jargon often enough to confuse the target audience of interested generalists..., Clancy remains a consummate storyteller."


Clancy, Tom, Carl Stiner [GEN/USA (Ret.)], and Tony Koltz. Shadow Warriors: Inside the Special Forces. New York: Putnam, 2002. [pb] New York: Berkley, 2003.

General Stiner is a former commander of USSOCOM.


Clapper, James R., Jr. [LTGEN/USAF] "Air Force Intelligence: Working Smarter in the 1990s." American Intelligence Journal 11, no. 3 (1990): 11-12.

At this time, Clapper was U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff for Intelligence.


Clapper, James R., Jr. [LTGEN/USAF] "Defense Intelligence Reorganization and Challenges." Defense Intelligence Journal 1, no. 1 (Spring 1992):3-16.

Includes review of DIA organizational preparations for Desert Shield/Desert Storm at pp. 6-11.

[MI/DIA; Reform/90s/MI/Jour][c]

Clapper, James R., Jr. [MGEN/USAF] "Desert War Was Crucible for Intelligence Systems." Signal, Sep. 1991, 77 ff. []


Clapper, James R. [LTGEN/USAF, D/DIA]. "Reorganization of DIA and Defense Intelligence Activities." American Intelligence Journal 14, no. 3 (Autumn-Winter 1993-1994): 9-16.

Clapper refers to an "environment characterized by escalating consumer needs and generally declining resources" and to an "international security environment marked by diverse regional crises and contingencies." DIA "will lose nearly 1,000 billets" by FY 1997. "Throughout the General Defense Intelligence Program (GDIP) ... cuts will approach 5,000 billets by FY 1997." DIA has "recently completed the most profound reorganization in [its] 32-year history." It has "shifted ... analytic orientation from a regional to a functional basis" and "will be dependent on the Service production organizations and the JICs for substantial military intelligence production."

See also, James R. Clapper, Jr., "Defense Intelligence Reorganization and Challenges," Defense Intelligence Journal 1, no. 1 (Spring 1992): 3-16. This article includes a review of DIA organizational preparations for Desert Shield/Desert Storm at pp. 6-11.

[MI/DIA; Reform/90s/MI/Jour][c]

Clapper, James R., Jr. [LTGEN/USAF (Ret.)] "The Newly Revived National Imagery and Mapping Agency: Geospatial Imagery & Intelligence in 2002 and Beyond." American Intelligence Journal 21, nos. 1 &2 (Spring 2002): 1-5. Intelligencer 13, no. 1 (Spring/Summer 2002): 25-30.

NIMA's Director discusses the current mission and organization of his organization.


Clark - A-K

Clark - L-Z


Clarkson, Edward J. "An Unknown Warrior." Marine Corps Gazette 54 (Aug. 1970): 38-43. [Petersen]


Clarkson, J.M.E. "Spark at Yom Kippur: Many Surprises in an Eighteen-Day War." Canadian Defence Quarterly 3 (Spring 1974): 9-22.


Clarridge, Duane.

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