By Ben Wheatley
Following the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union in June 1941, the enemy and impartial press overlaying the German profession of the Baltic states provided the British executive an essential circulate of OSINT protecting the full German East. OSINT used to be the single kind of intelligence on hand to the British from the Nazi-occupied Soviet Union, as a result of the overseas workplace suspension of all covert intelligence accumulating contained in the Soviet Union. the danger of jeopardising the delicate Anglo-Soviet alliance was once thought of too nice to proceed covert intelligence operations. during this e-book, Wheatley basically examines OSINT received by way of the Stockholm Press interpreting Bureau (SPRB) in Sweden and analysed and sent to the British executive through the international learn and Press carrier (FRPS) Baltic States part and its successor, the international place of work study division (FORD).
Shedding gentle on a ignored region of moment international struggle intelligence and utilizing valuable case reports of the FRPS/FORD Baltic States Section's Intelligence, British Intelligence and Hitler's Empire within the Soviet Union, 1941-1945 makes a brand new and demanding argument to be able to be of serious price to scholars and students of British intelligence heritage and the second one global War.
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