Stone, David R. "The August 1924 Raid on Stolpce, Poland, and the Evolution of Soviet Active Intelligence." Intelligence and National Security 21, no. 3 (Jun. 2006): 331-341.

The Soviet-sponsored (ostensibly ordered by a local OGPU official) raid was such a disaster that the Politburo moved to revise its policy on "active intelligence" (subversion and sabotage).


Stone, David R. "Soviet Intelligence on Barbarossa: The Limits of Intelligence History." In Intelligence and Statecraft: The Use and Limits of Intelligence in International Society, eds. Peter Jackson and Jennifer Siegel. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2005.


Stone, Harry. Writing in the Shadow: Newspapers and Books Published by the Resistance Movements of Occupied Europe During the Second World War. London: Frank Cass, 1996.

The author surveys the production and distribution of clandestine newspapers and books in the occupied countries of Europe, activities that served to maintain morale in the occupied nations and to undermine German control.


Stone, I.F. "Bureaucrat Bites Dust." The Nation, 3 Jul. 1943, 6-8. [Winkler]


Stone, Kathryn [COL/USA]. "All Necessary Means" -- Employing CIA Operatives in a Warfighting Role Alongside Special Operations Forces. USAWC Strategic Research Project. Carlisle Barracks, PA: U.S. Army War College, 2003. []

From Abstract: "CIA paramilitary operatives have been performing a warfighting role alongside Special Operations Force (SOF) in the war against terrorism.... The paper concludes that integrated combat operations between the CIA and SOF are an appropriate template for warfare in certain situations, provided we develop and adhere to clear, well-stated criteria to manage this CIA-SOF warfighting relationship."

[CIA/00s/Gen; MI/SpecOps]

Stone, William L. "Schuyler's Faithful Spy: An Incident in the Burgoyne Campaign." Magazine of American History 2 (1878): 414-419. [Petersen]


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