Shes - Shiz


Shetler-Jones, Philip. "Intelligence in Integrated UN Peacekeeping Missions: The Joint Mission Analysis Centre." International Peacekeeping 15, no. 4 (Aug. 2008): 517-527.


Shevchenko, Arkady N. Breaking with Moscow. New York: Knopf, 1985.

Sheymov, Victor. TIEBREAKER: Tower of Secrets II. Cyber Books Publishing, 2013. [pb]

The author describes his unhappiness with his treatment by the CIA after his exfiltration from the USSR. In addition, the FBI appointed Robert Hanssen as his FBI liaison.


Sheymov, Victor. Tower of Secrets: A Real Life Spy Thriller. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 1993. New York: HarperSpotlight, 1994. [pb]

Shiber, Etta. Paris Underground. New York: Scribner, 1943.

See Karen Abbott's post on Smithsonian Magazine's Blog (at: for the story of this American widow's contribution to getting trapped British soldiers out of occupied France. Arrested by the Gestapo in 1940, she was exchanged for a German national in 1942.

[Women/WWII/France; WWII/Eur/Fr/Resistance]

Shibilski, Daniel P. [TSgt/USAF] "Future of Air Force Intelligence." U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 132, no. 2 (Feb. 2006): 48-51.

After the 1991 Gulf War, "the Air Force merged the targeting career field with intelligence operations.... The merger of two completely different skills caused significant problems.... Analytical ability waned as the focus of intelligence shifted.... [Today, t]here are virtually no area or country experts within the Air Force.... It would behoove the Air Force to start paying more attention to long-range predictive analysis as well as creating a cadre of experts."


Shiels, Frederick L. Preventable Disasters: Why Governments Fail. Savage, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1991.

Seymour: "Israel's October Surprise: The 1973 War as a Case Study of a Preventable Disaster, pp 17-54."


Shields, Henry S. A Historical Survey of U.S. Naval Attachés in Russia, 1904-1941. Washington, DC: Defense Intelligence School, 1970. [Petersen]

[MI/Attaches/Interwar & WWI; MI/Navy/Overviews]

Shimron, Gad. Mossad Exodus: The Daring Undercover Rescue of the Lost Jewish Tribe. Jerusalem: Gefen Publishing House, 2007.

According to Peake, Studies 54.4 (Dec. 2010), and Intelligencer 18.2 (Winter-Spring 2011), the author tells the "exciting story" of Operation Moses, the covert exfiltration of the Falasha who had fled from Ethiopia to Sudan. At one point, the CIA helped arrange secret flights for Mossad's operation. Shimron participated in the operation from 1981 to 1985, and he "describes field expedient tradecraft conducted by a few officers working under difficult nonofficial cover conditions. It is told with a sense of humor and is a tribute to all involved."


Shipler, David K. "A Resignation Eases but Doesn't End Strains Over the Pollard Spy Episode." New York Times, 31 Mar. 1987. []

"Strains in the Israeli-American relationship appear to have been eased, but not eliminated, by the announcement [on 30 March 1987] that the Israeli Air Force colonel accused of recruiting an American naval intelligence analyst as a spy was resigning as commander of a major Israeli air base.... The Israeli colonel, Aviem Sella, was indicted on charges of espionage by a Federal grand jury, but is not expected to return to the United States."


Shipley, Peter. Hostile Action: The KGB and Secret Soviet Operations in Britain. London: St Martin's, 1989. New York: St Martin's, 1990.

Shipman, Tim. "CIA Spies Recruiting Record Number of British Pakistani Informers." The Standard (Hong Kong), 5 Jan. 2009. []

According to security sources in Washington and London, the CIA "is recruiting and handling a record number of informers in the British Pakistani community with the tacit agreement of the British government.... Intelligence from CIA informers has helped thwart more than one terrorist atrocity on British soil."

[CIA/00s/09; Terrorism/00s/09; UK/PostCW/00s/09]

Shirley, Edward G. (pseud., Reuel Mark Gerecht)

Shirreff, David. Bare Feet and Bandoliers: Wingate, Sandford, the Patriots and the Part They Played in the Liberation of Ethiopia. London: Ratcliffe, 1995.


Shively, Stanley, and Arthur T. Coumbe. "Florida Army National Guard: The Counter-Drug Role." Military Intelligence 18, no. 2 (Apr.-Jun. 1992): 23-27.


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