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Frenay, Henri. Tr., Dan Hofstadter. The Night Will End. New York: McGraw Hill, 1976. London: Abelard, 1976.

Petersen: "Information on OSS relations with the French resistance."


French, David. "Failures of Intelligence: The Retreat to the Hindenburg Line and the March 1918 Offensive." In Strategy and Intelligence: British Policy during the First World War, eds. Michael Lawrence Dockrill and David French, 67-95. London and Rio Grande, OH: Hambledon, 1996.


French, David. "Sir John French's Secret Service on the Western Front, 1914-15." Journal of Strategic Studies 7, no. 4 (1984): 423-440.


French, David. "Spy Fever In Britain 1900-1915." Historical Journal 21 (1978): 355-370.


French, David. "Watching the Allies: British Intelligence and the French Mutinies of 1917." Intelligence and National Security 6, no. 3 (Jul. 1991): 573-592.

French, Geoffrey S., and Jin Kim. "Acknowledging the Revolution: The Urgent Need for Cyber Counterintelligence." National Intelligence Journal 1, no. 1 (2009): 71-90.

"The DNI should bring additional resources to bear on CI, use them as a coordinating and bridging mechanism to ensure that the various CI elements are sufficiently effective tio identify the cyber threat and that they can work together to contribute to a coherent response."


French, Matthew. "Defense Plans Smaller, Cheaper Satellites." Federal Computer Week, 16 Oct. 2003. []

Speaking in Boston at the Military Communications Conference 2003, Arthur Cebrowsk [VADM/USN (Ret.)], DOD's director of force transformation, announced that "[t]he Defense Department plans to launch a small, relatively cheap, experimental tactical satellite capable of supporting specific missions early next year." It is expected that "TacSat-1 will proceed from the official go-ahead to launch in about nine months for a total cost of only $15 million....

"TacSat-1 will be a sensor satellite, not used specifically for imagery or voice and data communications. It will, however, use an infrared camera and new thermal imaging technology, according to information from the Office of Force Transformation. The system will have a Secret Internet Protocol Router Network address, so battlefield commanders could potentially access the satellite's sensor data through DOD's classified network."


French, Patrick. "Red Letter Day." Sunday Times (London), 10 Aug. 1997, 12.

Reports the release to the British Library by British intelligence in August 1997 of documents bearing on the Comintern's aspirations and activities in the United Kingdom in the early 1920s.


French, Patrick. "A Secret War in Shangri-la." Telegraph (London), 14 Nov. 1998. [http://]

"Tenzing Sonam and his wife, Ritu Sarin, have made a remarkable documentary film for the BBC which reveals the work of the CIA in Tibet and shows how desperately the Tibetans fought to get rid of the Chinese. For the first time, retired CIA agents and Tibetan veterans have given a full account of Washington's secret war in the remote Himalayan Buddhist kingdom." The documentary was shown on BBC1's "Everyman" program under the title of "Shadow Circus: The CIA in Tibet."


French, Patrick. Younghusband: The Last Great Imperial Adventurer. London: HarperCollins, 1994. New York: HarperCollins, 1995.

Surveillant 3.6: "Sir Francis Younghusband, a British army officer, military-political officer, and foreign correspondent, was also a natural strategic intelligence and political-military officer and was a major player in ... the nineteenth century spying and conflict over Central Asia between the British and the Russians."


French, Richard, and Andre Beliveau. The RCMP and the Management of National Security. Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 1979. Toronto: Butterworth, 1979.


French, Scott, and Lee Lapin. Spy Game: Winning Through Super Technology. Boulder, CO: CEP, 1985. [Petersen]


Frerichs, Rebecca L., and Stephen R. Di Rienzo. "Establishing a Framework for Intelligence Education and Training." Joint Force Quarterly 62 (3d Quarter, Jul. 2011). []

"To create an environment that institutionalizes success, the IC must first come to terms with the value of intelligence education. Doing so requires a firm understanding of what intelligence education is and what it can do, as opposed to overemphasizing training, which is better understood but does not address the full spectrum of the threat confronting the United States today."


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