Mahoney, Harry Thayer. "The Saga of Xenophon Dmitrivich Kalamatiano." International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 8, no. 2 (Summer 1995): 179-201.


Mahoney, Harry T., and Marjorie L. Mahoney. American Prisoners of the Bolsheviks, 1917-1922: The Genesis of Modern American Intelligence. Bethesda, MD: Academica, 2001.


Mahoney, Harry Thayer, and Marjorie Locke. Espionage in Mexico: The 20th Century. Bethesda, MD: Austin & Winfield, 1997.

Miller, IJI&C 10.3, is quite enthusiastic about the Mahoneys' work. He finds that the authors know their subject and know how to tell a story about an interesting subject. American, German, Japanese, and Russian intelligence efforts are all chronicled.


Mahoney, Harry Thayer, and Marjorie Locke. Gallantry in Action: A Biographic Dictionary of Espionage in the American Revolutionary War. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1999.

Jonkers, AFIO WIN 7-00, 19 Feb. 2000, says that this "is an interesting compendium of American espionage agents," which will be "instructive and useful to readers young and old." For Warren, CIRA Newsletter, Fall 2000, Gallantry in Action's "170 brief biographies of the main players on the Revolutionary intelligence battlefield" produce "a useful addition to the library of anyone interested in the history of intelligence," even though the work's "basis [is] in secondary sources."


Mahoney, Harry Thayer, and Marjorie Locke Mahoney. Mexico and the Confederacy, 1860-1867. Bethesda, MD: Austin & Winfield, 1998.

Anderson, Intelligencer 9.1, found this "small [219 pages], well organized book ... most interesting." Although it is not focused on intelligence, the book "has a modest number of intelligence references.... Of particular interest,... is a discussion of the active and effective role of Union agents in New Orleans.... The most intriguing intelligence vignette is about ... Loreta Velasquez."

[Civil War/Conf/Related & Women; LA/Mexico]

Mahoney, M.H. Women in Espionage: A Biographical Dictionary. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 1993.

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