Rogers, Ann. Secrecy and Power in the British State: A History of the Official Secrets Act. London: Pluto, 1997.

Gill, I&NS 13.4, finds this work to be "very disappointing," with a "highly problematic" theoretical framework and a "sometimes confusing" analysis. The reviewer is left with "the feeling that the research on which this [book] was based was rather shallow."


Rogers, Barbara. "British Intelligence and the Holocaust: Auschwitz and the Allies Re-examined." Journal of Holocaust Education 8, no. 1 (1999): 89-106.

A Royal Historical Society Database note states, "Criticizes Martin Gilbert's Auschwitz and the Allies...."


Rogers, James T., and Graham Yost, eds. The Shadow War: Espionage and World War II. New York: Facts on File, 1991.

Surveillant 2.5 says that this book "[p]rovides clear compelling accounts of American, British, German, and Japanese espionage and counterespionage organizations, their missions, their successes and failures.... Carefully researched."

[UK/WWII; WWII/Eur/Ger; WWII/FEPac/Japan; WWII/Gen]

Rogers, Katrina S. "Ecological Security and Multinational Corporations." Environmental Change and Security Report 3 (Spring 1997): 29-36.


Rogers, Leigh Platt . Sticky Situations: Stories of Childhood Adventures Abroad. Haverford, PA: 2004.

Peake, Studies 48.3 (2004), notes that in this book the daughter of CIA operations officer Jack Platt "tells what it is like to grow up undercover and overseas.... This is a charming book for its friendly candor and may well help other young dependents adjust and even look forward to life as a CIA brat."


Rogers, Michael R. [LtCol/USAF] "Assignment Goodfellow." Military Intelligence 21, no. 4 (Oct.-Dec. 1995): 40-42, 55.

Goodfellow AFB, TX, for cryptologic training.


Rogers, Pat. "[Daniel] Defoe's Distribution Agents and Robert Harley." English Historical Review 121 (2006): 146-161.


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