Introduction; 1. Domestic Intelligence - MI5; 2. International Intelligence; 3. The Special Operations Executive; 4. Military Intelligence; 5. Naval Intelligence; 6. Air and Satellite Intelligence; 7. Scientific Intelligence; 8. Communications Intelligence; Conclusion: Intelligence in a Changing World
Tells the story of Britain's intelligence services through the documents themselves. This book draws on the spies' and spymasters' own words from the National Archives' unique intelligence files - including the remarkable releases from MI5. It interweaves historical narrative with colourful tales that highlight some of the greatest successes.
Stephen Twigge is Official Historian at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and a former Head of Academic and Archival Services at the National Archives. He has written widely on nuclear history and international relations. Edward Hampshire is a Modern Records Specialist at the National Archives, specialising in defence and diplomatic records. He took a history degree at Magdalene College, Oxford, and holds a PhD on British naval policy from King's College, London. Graham Macklin is an Honorary Research Fellow at Parkes Institute, University of Southampton, and the author of Neville Chamberlain (2006).