File RG 7.14.18.01 - The History of Espionage - course program cassettes

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The History of Espionage - course program cassettes

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24 audio cassettes : various durations

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File contains two copies of the final 12 cassette audio program for the course "The History of Espionage".

The course lectures were developed and presented by Professor Wesley K. Wark, De-partment of History, University of Toronto, a leading expert on the study of intelligence services. He was the editor of the journal Intelligence and National Security and the author of The Ultimate Enemy: British Intelligence and Nazi Germany 1933-1939 and Spy Fiction, Spy Films and Real Intelligence.

TOPIC MODULE 1 The Birth of Modern Espionage
CHRISTOPHER ANDREW NICHOLAS HILEY DAVID SCHIMMELPENNINEK

TOPIC MODULE 2 Espionage in War and Peace 1914-1939
CHRISTOPHER ANDREW * OLEG GORDIEVSKY NICHOLAS HILEY
PETER JACKSON RHODRI JEFFREYS-JONES ULRICH TRUMPENER
DONALD CAMERON WATT

TOPIC MODULE 3 Tragedy and Triumph in World War II
CHRISTOPHER ANDREW RALPH BENNETT JOHN CAMPBELL
JOHN ERICKSON PETER JACKSON JOHN PRADOS,

TOPIC MODULE 4 America: From Pearl Harbor to the CIA
RICHARD ALDRICH BETTY DESSANTS EDWARD DREA
WALTER PFORZHEIMER JOHN PRADOS

TOPIC MODULE 5 The KGB and Cold War Espionage
CHRISTOPHER ANDREW JOHN ERICKSON * OLEG GORDIEVSKY *AMY KNIGHT
HAYDEN PEAKE WALTER PFORZHEIMER MARY SAROTTE

TOPIC MODULE 6 The CIA, Covert Operations and Cuba
RICHARD ALDRICH CHRISTOPHER ANDREW RHODRI JEFFREYS-JONES LOCH JOHNSON TIM NAFTALI WALTER PFORZHEIMER
JOHN PRADOS DAVID WELCH

TOPIC MODULE 7 The Popular Culture of Espionage
CHRISTINE BOLD ALAN BOOTH ALLAN HEPBURN ANTHONY HYDE DAVID STAFFORD JULIE WHEELWRIGHT

TOPIC MODULE 8 Canada and Espionage 1864-1939
DON AVERY ROBERT BOTHWELL STAN HORRALL GREG KEALEY MICHAEL KEEFER JEFF KESHEN MARTIN KITCHEN
JANICE KULYK-KEEFER REG WHITAKER

TOPIC MODULE 9 Canada and Espionage During World War II
DEAN BEEBY JOHN BRYDEN JACK GRANATSTEIN TED PULLEYBLANK ROGER SARTY DAVID STAFFORD REG WHITAKER

TOPIC MODULE 10 Of Moles and Men
BOB BOTHWELL JACK GRANATSTEIN WARD ELCOCK
REG WHITAKER ANN WILSON

TOPIC MODULE 11 Canada and Espionage During the Cold War
BOB BOTHWELL WARD ELCOCK TONY CAMPBELL JACK GRANATSTEIN JAMES LITTLETON BLAIR SEABORN DAVID STAFFORD JOHN STARNES

TOPIC MODULE 12 The Intelligence Revolution and the Future
CHRISTOPHER ANDREW ALLAN BREAKSPEAR ALAN GOODMAN
MICHAEL HERMAN * LOCH JOHNSON MARK LOWENTHAL

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