King, Agnes. "Jersey, centre d'espionnage au début de la période révolutionnaire" [Jersey, a hive of espionage at the beginning of the revolutionary period]. Revue d'histoire moderne 9, no. 15 (1934), 423-434.

Royal Historical Society Database: Covers 1775-1800.


King, Charles, et al. The Photographic History of the Civil War. Vol IV. Soldier Life and Secret Service, Prisons and Hospitals. Secaucus, NJ: Blue & Gray Press, 1987.

See Miller, Francis Tevelyan, ed. Soldier Life and the Secret Service. Vol. 8, The Photographic History of the Civil War. New York: A.S. Barnes, 1911. [Reprinted] New York: Castle Books, 1957.


King, Dan. "What Is a Promise Worth?" CIRA Newsletter 23, no. 2 (Summer 1999): 30-32.

A former CIA officer remembers the chaos and the pain of the final days of the U.S. evacuation of Saigon. Tom Polgar, "Saigon 1975," CIRA Newsletter 23, no. 3 (Fall 1999), 21-24, offers his perspective on the trauma of the fall of Saigon. He concludes: "I am convinced those of us in Vietnam did the best we could under desperate conditions."


King, David E. "Intelligence Failures and the Falklands War: A Reassessment." Intelligence and National Security 2, no. 2 (Apr. 1987): 336-340.

King believes that "there is a strong argument that reliance on military intelligence [to prevent being surprised by the Argentine attack] was never a sensible or viable policy." The real deception in this case was a political one that prevented effective decisionmaking.


King, Daniel P. "Roger Casement: Traitor or Patriot?" Intelligencer 17, no. 2 (Fall 2009): 45-48.

This is a straight-forward telling of Casement's story.


King, James C. [LTGEN/USA, D/NIMA] "Delivering On-Time Information Superiority." Defense Intelligence Journal 8, no. 1 (Summer 1999): 14-23.

Fulfilling the U.S. Imagery and Geospatial Information System (USIGS) Modernization Plan "requires significant investment to meet the challenges of the information age."


King, Michael J. The Death of the Rainbow Warrior. London & Aukland: Penguin, 1986.


King, Michael J. Rangers: Selected Combat Operations in World War II. Ft. Leavenworth, KS: Combat Studies Institute, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, 1985.


King, Simon. "Intelligence Policy, After 50 Years, Moves to Centre Stage." Military Technology 23, no. 1 (31 Jan. 1995): 14-17.


King, Stella. "Jacqueline": Pioneer Heroine of the Resistance. London: Arms and Armour Press, 1990.

Surveillant 1.1: Yvonne Rudellat was the "first female field agent trained by ... [SOE] during WWII." She set up a resistance unit and sabotaged rail lines and trains. Rudellat was wounded and captured, sent to Ravensbruck and on to Bergen-Belsen where she died. The book "reads like a fast-paced spy novel."


King, W. Chris. Understanding International Environmental Security: A Strategic Military Perspective. Atlanta, GA: Army Environmental Policy Institute, 2000.


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