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The John E. Taylor Collection

John Taylor PortraitJohn Taylor worked at the National Archives from 1945-2008.

John E. Taylor, an archivist at the National Archives for 63 years and a legend among those researching World War II and postwar intelligence activities, died September 20, 2008 at his home. He was 87.

Of books on espionage and intelligence, based chiefly on research in the records of the National Archives

  1. "Ianfu" kankei bunken mokuroku. Tokyo: Gyosei, 1997. 227 p.
    Z 7963 C65 I26 1997
  2. "Intelligence" americana e partigiani sulla linea gotica: con documenti inediti. Foggia: Bastogi, 1991. 175 p.
    D 763 I8 I67 1991
  3. "Our first line of defense": presidential reflections on U.S. intelligence. Washington, D.C.: Center for the Study of Intelligence, [1996] 59 p.
    JK 468 I6 O92 1996
  4. "Qi san yi" bu dui zui xing tie zheng. Guan dong xian bing dui "te bie shu song" dan an. Zhongguo: Heilongjian ren ming chu ban she ; Tokyo: Hatsubai Fuji Shuppan, 2001. 3, 11, 393 p.
    DS 777.533 B55 Q575 2001
  5. "Teikoku" to shokuminchi: "Dai Nippon Teikoku" hokai 60-nen. Tokyo: Gendai Shiryo Shuppan : Hatsubai Azuma Shuppan, 2005. v, 364 p.
    DS 888.5 T45 2005
  6. Hollywood und der Krieg. [S.l.]: Spiegel-TV, 1998. 1 Videokassette (VHS, 28 Min.).
    D743.23 H65 1998
  7. The 1688 census of the Danish West Indies: (portrait of a colony in crisis). St. Thomas, V.I.: Little Nordside Press, 1998. 26 p.
    F 2136 S5 1998
  8. The 1942-43 New York-Moscow KGB messages. Fort George G. Meade, Md. : National Security Agency, [1995?] 10 p.
    UB 271 R9 N4 1995
  9. The 1944-45 New York and Washington-Moscow KGB messages. Fort George G. Meade, Md.: National Security Agency, 1995? 12 p.
    UB 271 R9 N42 1995
  10. Air power and warfare: the proceedings of the 8th Military History Symposium, United States Air Force Academy, 18-20 October 1978. Washington: Office of Air Force History, Headquarters USAF: for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1979. xii, 461 p.
    UG 623 M54 1978
  11. Allied and axis signals intelligence in World War II. London; Portland, OR: F. Cass, 1999. 229 p.
    D 810 C88 A45 1999
  12. Ameria o sagase. Tokyo: 1995.11. 283 p.
    TL 540 E3 A44 1995
  13. American cryptology: two centuries of tradition. Fort George G. Meade, Md.: National Security Agency, 1998. 3 p.
    Z 103.4 U5 A5 1998
  14. American intelligence and the German resistance to Hitler: a documentary history. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, c1996. xxii, 457 p.
    D 810 S7 A58 1996
  15. The American military and the Far East: proceedings of the Ninth Military History Symposium, United States Air Force Academy, 1-3 October, 1980. Colorado Springs, Colo.: United States Air Force Academy and Office of Air Force History headquarters, USAF ; Washington, D.C.: For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O, 1981. xiv, 318 p.
    D 301.78:980
  16. Americani dell'OSS e partigiani nella sesta zona operativa ligure. Foggia: Bastogi, 1993. 137 p.
    D 802 I82 L5315 1993
  17. Americans remember the home front: an oral narrative of the World War II years in America. New York: Berkley Books, 2002. xviii, 362 p.
    E 806 A642 2002
  18. Army Security Agency, aerial reconnaissance: mission and sacrifice. Fort George G. Meade, Md.: Center for Cryptologic History, National Security Agency, 1998. 14 p.
    UG 763 A7 1998
  19. Assessing the Soviet threat: the early Cold War years. McLean, Va.: Center for the Study of Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency: Library of Congress Photoduplication Service distributor; Springfield, Va.: National Technical Information Service distributor, 1997. 466 p.
    DK 274 A84 1997
  20. At Cold War's End: U.S. Intelligence on the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, 1989-1991. Reston, Va.: Central Intelligence Agency, 1999. lx, 378 p.
    DK 289 A88 1999
  21. Bay of Pigs declassified: the secret CIA report on the invasion of Cuba. New York: The New Press, c1998. viii, 339 p.
    F 1788 B29 1998
  22. The Bombe: prelude to modern cryptanalysis. Fort George G. Meade, MD: Center for Cryptologic History, National Security Agency, 199?. 1 folded sheet (6 p.).
    Z 103.4 U6 B6 1995
  23. Bomben auf Salzburg: die "Gauhauptstadt" im "totalen Krieg". Salzburg: Informationszentrum der Landeshauptstadt, 1995. 352 p.
    D 765.45 S24 B6 1995
  24. British intelligence, strategy, and the cold war, 1945-51. London; New York: Routledge, 1992. xiv, 347 p.
    DA 588 B643 1992
  25. British Security Coordination: the secret history of British intelligence in the Americas, 1940-1945. New York: Fromm International, 1999. xxxvi, 536 p.
    D 810 S7 B72 1999
  26. The Central Intelligence Agency: a photographic history. Guilford, Conn.: Foreign Intelligence Press, c1986. 256 p.
    JK 468 I6 C4
  27. CIA documents on the Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962. Washington, DC: History Staff, Central Intelligence Agency, 1992. xxii, 376 p.
    E 841 C5 1992
  28. The CIA under Harry Truman. Washington, DC: History Staff, Center for the Study of Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency, 1994. xlvii, 473 p.
    D 842 C5 C5 1994
  29. CIA's analysis of the Soviet Union, 1947-1991: a documentary collection. Washington, DC.: Center for the Study of Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency, 2001. vii, 310 p.
    UA 770 C5222 2001
  30. Cocaine: global histories. London; New York: Routledge, 1999. xvi, 213 p.
    HV 5810 C645 1999
  31. Codebreakers: the inside story of Bletchley Park. Oxford England; New York: Oxford University Press, 1994. xxi, 321 p., 8 p. of plates.
    D 810 C88 C63 1994
  32. The Constitution and national security: a bicentennial view. Washington, DC.: National Defense University Press, 1990. xxxiii, 378 p.
    KF 7209 A2 C66 1990
  33. A culture of secrecy: the government versus the people's right to know. Lawrence, Kan.: University Press of Kansas, 1998. viii, 245 p.
    JK 468 S4 C85 1998
  34. Declassified national intelligence estimates on the Soviet Union and international communism: 1946-1984. Washington D.C.?: Central Intelligence Agency, Center for the Study of Intelligence, 1995? 28 p.
    Z 2491 D4 1995
  35. Dedication and sacrifice: national aerial reconnaissance in the Cold War. Fort George G. Meade, Md.: Center for Cryptologic History, National Security Agency, 1995? 8 p.
    UG 763 D4 1995
  36. The defection of Igor Gouzenko. Laguna Hills, Calif.: Aegean Park Press, 1984. 3 v.
    F 1034.3 G68 D4 1984
  37. Dirty work: the CIA in Western Europe. Secaucus, N.J.: L. Stuart, c1978. 734 p.
    JK 468 I6 D57 1978
  38. Drug abuse handbook. Boca Raton, Fla.: CRC Press, c1998. 1138 p.
    RM 316 D76 1998
  39. Emergence of the intelligence establishment. Washington : U.S. G.P.O., 1996. xxviii, 1148 p.
    JK 468 I6 E44 1996
  40. Ermittlungen gegen die I. G. Farbenindustrie AG, September 1945. Nordlingen: Greno, c1986. lxxi, 492 p., 16 leaves of plates.
    D 804 G4 G4 1986
  41. Eye in the sky: the story of the Corona spy satellites. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, c1998. xiii, 303 p.
    UG 1523 E94 1998
  42. The final confrontation: Japan's negotiations with the United States, 1941. New York: Columbia University Press, c1994. xxxviii, 437 p.
    D 753 T352513 1994
  43. Geheimdienstkrieg gegen Deutschland: Subversion, Propaganda und politische Planungen des amerikanischen Geheimdienstes im Zweiten Weltkrieg. Gottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, c1993. 198 p.
    D 810 S7 G435 1993
  44. Gli Americani e la guerra di liberazione in Italia: Office of Strategic Service (OSS) e la Resistenza. Rome: Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri, Dipartimento per L'Informazione e L'Edtoria, 1995. 366 p.
    D 802 I8 G55 1995
  45. Hachioji no kushu to sensai no kiroku. Hachioji-shi: Hachioji-shi Kyoiku Iinkai, Showa 60, 1985. 3 v.
    D 767.25 H3 H33 1985
  46. Hidden Holocaust in World War II by the Japanese Army: Unit 731, BCW, Nanjing Massacre, Comfort women. S.l. : s.n., 1998? 227 p.
    D 804 J3 H53 1998
  47. Hiroshima in memoriam and today: a testament of peace for the world. Asheville, NC: Biltmore Group ; Wilmington, Ohio: Peace Resource Center, Wilmington College; Hiroshima, Japan : World Friendship Center, 2000. xi, 278 p.
    D 767.25 H6 H57 2000
  48. History of the Schools & Training Branch, Office of Strategic Services. San Francisco: Kingfisher Press, 1983. xv, 201 p.
    JK 468 I6 H57 1983
  49. Ilbon'gun 'wianbu' munje ui chinsang. Soul-si: Yoksa Pip`yongsa, 1997. 509 p.
    D 810 C698 I43 1997
  50. Immagini della resistenza: 1943-1945. Bormio: Tipografia Pradella, 1998. 183 p.
    D 802 I8 I46 1998
  51. El impacto de la II Guerra Mundial en Europa y en Espana. Madrid: Asamblea de Madrid. Gabinete de la Presidencia, 1986. 220 p.
    D 754 S7 I47 1986
  52. Inside CIA's private world: declassified articles from the agency's internal journal, 1955-1992. New Haven: Yale University Press, c1995. xxii, 489 p.
    JK 468 I6 I56 1995
  53. Inside the CIA. Alexandria, VA : Time-Life Books, c2000. 192 p.
    JK 468 I6 I6 2000
  54. Intelligence and the Cuban missile crisis. London; Portland, OR: Frank Cass, 1998. 234 p.
    UB 250 I564 1998
  55. Intelligence and the new world order: former Cold War adversaries look toward the 21st century. Buxtehude: International Freedom Foundation, 1992. xvi, 177 p.
    UB 250 I56 1992
  56. The intelligence revolution: a historical perspective: proceedings of the Thirteenth Military History Symposium, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado, October 12-14, 1988. Washington, DC: U.S. Air Force Academy, Office of Air Force History, United States Air Force, 1991. vi, 366 p.
    UB 250 M52 1988
  57. Intelligence summary Northern Korea. Kangwon-do Ch`unch`on-si: Hallim Taehak Asia Munhwa Yon'guso: Hallim Taehakkyo Asia Munhwa Yon'guso, 1989. 97 v.
    UA 853 K5 I54
  58. Intentions and capabilities: estimates on Soviet strategic forces, 1950-1983. Washington, D.C.: History Staff, Center for the Study of Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency, 1996. xxii, 504 p.
    UA 770 I585 1996
  59. The International Transportworkers Federation 1914-1945: the Edo Fimmen era. Amsterdam: Stichting beheer IISG, 1997. 301 p.
    HD 6475 T7 I67 1997
  60. Into the rising sun: in their own words, World War II's Pacific veterans reveal the heart of combat. New York: Free Press, c2002. 314 p.
    D 811 A2 I58 2002
  61. Into the rising sun. Ashland, OR: Blackstone Audiobooks, p2002. 7 sound cassettes (1 1/2 hr. each).
    D 811 A2 I60 2002
  62. Introductory history of VENONA and guide to the translations. Fort George G. Mead, Md.: National Security Agency, 1995. 11 p.
    UB 251 U5 I57 1995
  63. Jean Moulin et le Conseil national de la Resistance: etudes et temoignages. Paris: Institut d'histoire du temps present, Editions du Centre national de la recherche scientifique, 1983. 192 p.
    D 802 F8 J4 1983
  64. John Aiso and the M.I.S.: Japanese-American soldiers in the Military Intelligence Service, World War II. Los Angeles, CA: The Club, c1988. 256 p.
    D 810 S7 J58 1988
  65. John E. Taylor: February 2, 1921 - September 20, 2008. S.l. : s.n., 2008. 1 folded sheet (4 p.).
    CD3024 J57 2008
  66. Journal of the Hellenic diaspora. New York: Pella Pub. Co.
    DF 701 J68
  67. Keeping the edge: managing defense for the future. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, c2001. xiii, 326 p.
    UA 23 K3847 2001
  68. The KGB and GRU in Europe, South America, and Australia. Fort George G. Meade, Md.: Center for Cryptologic History, National Security Agency, 1995? 15 p.
    UB 271 R9 K52 1995
  69. The KGB in San Francisco and Mexico City: the GRU in New York and Washington. Fort George G. Meade, Md.: Center for Cryptologic History, National Security Agency, 1995? 12 p.
    UB 271 R9 K5 1995
  70. Knowing one's enemies: intelligence assessment before the two world wars. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, c1984. xiii, 561 p.
    UB 250 K5
  71. Komyunikeshon to shakai. Tokyo: Ashi Shobo, 1990. 245 p.
    HM 258 K654 1990
  72. Making intelligence smarter: the future of U.S. intelligence: report of an independent task force. New York: The Council, c1996. viii, 39 p.
    JK 468 I6 M334 1996
  73. Makkasa: kiroku: sengo Nihon no genten. Tokyo: Nihon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai, Showa 57 1982. 277 p.
    E 745 M3 M26 1982
  74. Military lessons of the Falkland Islands war: views from the United States. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press; London, England: Arms and Armour Press, c1984. xv, 181 p.
    F 3031.5 M55 1984
  75. Modern Japan: aspects of history, literature and society. London: Allen and Unwin, 1975. 3-296 p.
    DS 881.9 M55 1975
  76. Nagasaki: the collection of atomic bomb photographs returned from America. Nagasaki-City: s.n., 1973? 60 p.
    D 767.25 N3 N34 1973
  77. Napko project of OSS. Seoul, Korea: Patriots & Veterans Administration Agency, 2001. 773 p.
    D 763 K6 N3 2001
  78. Nichibei zenchosa senkan yamato; Senkan yamato. Tokyo: Bungeishunju, 1975. 382 p. 4.
    D 777.5 Y33 N5 1975
  79. North American spies: new revisionist essays. Lawrence, Kan.: University Press of Kansas, c1991. ix, 256 p.
    E 745 N67 1991
  80. NSA and the Cuban Missile Crisis. Fort George G. Meade, Md.: Center for Cryptologic History, National Security Agency, 1998. 11 p.
    E 841 N7 1998
  81. Of moles and molehunters: a review of counterintelligence literature, 1977-92. Washington, D.C.: Center for the Study of Intelligence, 1993. vi, 71 p.
    JF 1525 I6 O3 1993
  82. The Office of Strategic Services: America's first intelligence agency. Washington, D.C.: Public Affairs, Central Intelligence Agency, 2000. ii, 47 p.
    UB 251 U6 O3 2000
  83. On the front lines of the Cold War: documents on the intelligence war in Berlin, 1946 to 1961. Washington, D.C.: CIA History Staff, Center for the Study of Intelligence, 1999. x, 634 p.
    DD 881 O55 1999
  84. The Origins of NSA. Fort George G. Meade, Md.: Center for Cryptologic History, National Security Agency, 1995? 5 p.
    UB 251 U6 O7 1995
  85. The Oxford companion to the Second World War. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995. xxii, 1343 p.
    D 740 O94 1995b
  86. The Philippines under Japan: occupation policy and reaction. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, c1999. xiv, 394 p.
    DS 686.4 N55613 1999
  87. Pioneers in U.S. cryptology. Fort George G. Meade, Md.: Center for Cryptologic History, 1995? 23 p.
    UB 290 P5 1995
  88. Por tierras de cocos y palmeras: apuntes de viajeros a Colima, siglos XVIII a XX. Xochimilco, D.F., Mexico: Editorial Offset, 1987. 246 p.
    F 1271 P67 1987
  89. The power of memory in modern Japan. Folkestone, UK: Global Oriental, 2008. x, 381 p.
    BF 378 S65 P69 2008
  90. Radio intelligence on the Mexican border, World War I: a personal view. Fort George G. Meade, Md.: Center for Cryptologic History, National Security Agency, 1995? 1 folded sheet (6 p.).
    UB 251 U5 R3 1995
  91. The real Albert Goering. [S.l.]: Channel Four Television Corporation, c1998. 1 videocassette (VHS PAL) (51 min.).
    DD 247 G67 R43 1998
  92. Reluctant allies: German-Japanese naval relations in World War II. Annapolis, Md.: Naval Institute Press, c2001. xxii, 414 p.
    D 770 R45 2001
  93. Remembering Pearl Harbor: eyewitness accounts by U.S. military men and women. Wilmington, Del.: SR Books, 1991. xxi, 303 p., 10 p. of plates.
    D 767.92 R38 1991
  94. Rengo Kantai. Tokyo: Pashifika, 1981. 191 p.
    D 777.5 Y33 R4 1981
  95. Resource reports on intelligence for teaching faculty. New York?: National Strategy Information Center, c1985. 107 leaves.
    UB 251 U5 R47 1985
  96. Sacrifice at Pearl Harbor. London: BBC Video; Burbank, Calif.: Warner Home Video, 1989. 1 videocassette (69 min.).
    D 767.92 S22 1989x
  97. Scholar's guide to intelligence literature: bibliography of the Russell J. Bowen Collection in the Joseph Mark Lauinger Memorial Library, Georgetown University. Frederick, Maryland: published for the National Intelligence Study Center by University Publications of America, c1983. xix, 236 p.
    Z 6724 I7 S3
  98. Science, technology, and warfare: proceedings. Washington?: Office of Air Force History, Headquarters USAF; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1971] xvi, 221 p.
    D 301.78:969
  99. Secret lives. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. xvii, 302 p.
    JN 329 I6 S43 2002
  100. The Secret war report of the OSS. New York: Berkeley Pub. Corp., 1976. xxii, 572, 6 leaves of plates.
    D 810 S7 S37
  101. A secret war story: who is John Birch? United States: Loving Images, c2003. 1 vidoecassette (51 min.).
    D 767.3 S43 2003
  102. Secrets of signals intelligence during the Cold War and beyond. London; Portland, OR: Frank Cass, 2001. 350 p.
    UB 255 S43 2001
  103. The Secrets war: the Office of Strategic Services in World War II. Washington, DC: National Archives and Records Administration, 1992. viii, 392 p.
    D 810 S7 S38 1992
  104. Selected estimates on the Soviet Union, 1950-1959. Washington, DC: History Staff, Center for the Study of Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency, 1993. xxii, 297 p.
    D 842 C5 S4 1993
  105. Sengo Okinawa to Amerika: ibunka sesshoku no 50-nen. Naha-shi: Okinawa Taimususha, 1995 (1996 printing). 563 p.
    E 183.8 J3 S45 1995
  106. Senkan "Yamato" eien nare!: shashinshu <kuzen zetsugo eikyu hozonban> = Yamato forever! Tokyo: KK Besuto Serazu, 2005. 167 p.
    VA 655 Y3 S45 2005
  107. Senkan Yamato kenzo hiroku: kanzen fukukoku, shiryo, shashin shu =: All about super-battleship Yamato. Tokyo : KK Besuto Serazu, 1999. 493 p., 4 leaves of folded plates.
    VA 655 Y3 S46 1999
  108. Sex and the swastika. 1999. 1 videocassette (VHS) (50 min.).
    D 810 P7 G72 1999
  109. Shinjuwan 1941.12.7: Amerika no mita Hawaik kishu sakusen. Tokyo: Gakushu Kenkyusha, 1998. 180 p.
    D 767.92 S55 1998
  110. Showa no rekishi. Tokyo: Shogakkan, 1982-1983. v. 6.
    DS 882.2 S5 1982
  111. Spies, wiretaps, and secret operations: an encyclopedia of American espionage. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO, c2011. 2 v. (xxiii, 900, I-25 p.)
    JK 468 I6 S68 2011
  112. Spymasters: ten CIA officers in their own words. Wilmington, Del.: SR Books, 1999. xlii, 355 p.
    JK 468 I6 S69 1999
  113. Studying Latin America: essays in honor of Preston E. James. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Published for Dept. of Geography, Syracuse University, by University Microfilms International, 1980. xiii, 273 p.
    G 73 S778 1980
  114. Tokyo daikushu sensaishi. Tokyo: Tokyo Daikushu o Kirokusuru Kai, 1975? 5 v.
    D 767.25 T6 T62
  115. Tokyo daikushu ten: are kara 40-nen. Tokyo: Asahi Shinbunsha, 1985. 80 p.
    D 767.25 T6 T63 1985
  116. Tokyo daikushu ten: hono to kyofu no kiroku. Tokyo: Asahi Shinbunsha, 1972. 1 v.
    D 767.25 T6 T6 1972
  117. Tony Sender 1888-1964: Rebellin, Demokratin, Weltburgerin. Frankfurt am Main: Historisches Museum, 1992. 232 p.
    AM 101 F772 A24 Bd. 50
  118. Truth prevails: demolishing holocaust denial: the end of "The Leuchter Report". New York: Beate Klarsfeld Foundation and Holocaust Survivors & Friends in Pursuit of Justice, c1990. xi, 135 p.
    D 804.35 T78 1990
  119. U.S. Army Special Forces Command: First Special Service Force. S.l. : s.n., 199? 1 videocassette (24 min.).
    D 769.4 U83 1990z
  120. U.S. Intelligence at the crossroads: an agenda for reform. Washington, DC: Brassey's, c1995. x, 315 p.
    JK 468 I6 U18 1995
  121. Uncloaking the CIA. New York: Free Press, c1978. xiv, 288 p.
    JK 468 I6 C64 1975
  122. Uncommon valor: the exciting story of the Army. Chicago, Rand McNally, 1964. 512 p.
    E 181 M497 1964
  123. The United States and Iran: a documentary history. Frederick, Md.: Aletheia Books: University Publications of America, c1980. xi, 524 p.
    E 183.8 I55 U56 1980
  124. United States intelligence: an encyclopedia. New York: Garland Pub., 1990. civ, 792 p.
    JK 468 I6 U57 1990
  125. Ushio: The ushio. Tokyo: Ushio Shuppansha.
    AP 95 J2 U8
  126. Venona: Soviet espionage and the American response 1939-1957. Washington, D.C.: National Security Agency: Central Intelligence Agency, 1996. xliv, 450 p.
    DK 266.3 V46 1996
  127. War diary, 1939-1945. Secaucus, NJ: Chartwell, 1995. 266 p.
    D 743.5 W37 1995
  128. War, occupation, and creativity: Japan and East Asia, 1920-1960. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, c2001. xiii, 405 p., 32 p. of plates.
    NX 582 W37 2001
  129. WHY JAPAN?: Genbaku toka no shinario. Higashimurayama: Kyoikusha, 1985. 298 p.
    D 767.25 H6 W49 1985
  130. With only the will to live: accounts of Americans in Japanese prison camps, 1941-1945. Wilmington, Del.: SR Books, c1994. xxxvii, 286 p.
    D 805 A785 W57 1994
  131. World War II: war in the shadows. Alexandria, Va.: Time-Life Books, c2000. 192 p.
    D 810 S7 W6 2000
  132. Yokohama no kushu to sensai. Yokohama-shi, Showa 51, 1976. 6 v.
    D 767.25 Y6 Y6 1976
  133. Yokohama. Yokohama-shi: City of Yokohama, c1987. 104 p.
    DS 897 Y6 Y65 1987
  134. Aalders, Gerard. The art of cloaking ownership: the secret collaboration and protection of the German war industry by the neutrals: the case of Sweden. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press: Netherlands State Institute for War Documentation, c1996. vii, 210 p.
    D 744.5 S8 A17 1996
  135. Aarons, Mark. Unholy trinity: how the Vatican's Nazi networks betrayed western intelligence to the Soviets. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1992. xx, 372 p.
    D 810 C6 A23 1992
  136. Aaseng, Nathan. Navajo code talkers. New York: Walker, 1992. 114 p.
    D 810 C88 A24 1992
  137. Agarossi, Elena. A nation collapses: the Italian surrender of September 1943. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000. xi, 187 p.
    D 763 I8 A53713 2000
  138. Ahern, Thomas L. Vietnam declassified: the CIA and counterinsurgency. Lexington, Ky.: University Press of Kentucky, c2010. xxiii, 450 p.
    DS 558.92 A35 2010
  139. Aid, Matthew M. The secret sentry: the untold history of the National Security Agency. New York: Bloomsbury Press, 2009. viii, 423 p., 16 p. of plates.
    UB 256 U6 A53 2009
  140. Akinsha, Konstantin. Beautiful loot: the Soviet plunder of Europe's art treasures. New York: Random House, c1995. xiii, 301 p., 32 p. of plates.
    N 8795 G3 A39 1995
  141. Akizuki, Tatsuichiro. Document of A-bombed Nagasaki. Nagasaki: Nagata, 1977. 113 p.
    D 767.25 N3 A3613
  142. Albright, Joseph. Bombshell: the secret story of America's unknown atomic spy conspiracy. New York: Times Books, c1997. xv, 399 p.
    QC 773.3 U5 A45 1997
  143. Aldrich, Richard J. The hidden hand: Britain, America, and Cold War secret intelligence. Woodstock, NY: Overlook Press, 2002, c2001. xv, 733 p., 16 p. of plates.
    JF 1525 I6 A436 2002
  144. Aldrich, Richard J. Intelligence and the war against Japan: Britain, America and the politics of secret service. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000. xxiv, 500 p.
    D 810 S7 A482 2000
  145. Alexander, Bevin. Korea: the first war we lost. New York: Hippocrene Books, c1986, (1987 printing). xv, 558 p., 60 p. of plates.
    DS 918 A68 1986
  146. Alford, Kenneth D. Great treasure stories of World War II. Mason City, Iowa: Savas; London: Greenhill, 2001. 336 p.
    D 810 C8 A5
  147. Alford, Kenneth D. Koristi II. svetove valky [Spoils of World War II: the American military's role in the stealing of Europe's treasures]. Poland: OLDAG, c1995 395 p.
    D 810 A7 A37 1995
  148. Alford, Kenneth D. Nazi millionaires: the Allied search for hidden SS gold. Havertown, PA: Casemate, c2002. xxviii, 319 p., 10 p. of plates.
    D 810 C8 A44 2002
  149. Alford, Kenneth D. The spoils of World War II: the American military's role in the stealing of Europe's treasures. New York, N.Y.: Carol Pub. Group, c1994. xii, 292 p.
    D 810 A7 A37 1994
  150. Aline, Countess of Romanones. The spy went dancing. New York: Putnam's, c1990. 319 p., 8 p. of plates.
    E 839.8 A678 1990
  151. Aline, Countess of Romanones. The spy wore red: my adventures as an undercover agent in World War II. New York: Random House, c1987. xii, 304 p.
    D 810 S8 A45 1987
  152. Aline, Countess of Romanones. The spy wore silk. New York: Putnam, c1991. 316 p.
    E 839.8 A68 1991
  153. Allen, Charles R. Nazi war criminals in America: facts--action: the basic handbook. New York, N.Y.: Highgate House, c1985. iii, 110 p.
    D 803 A484 1985
  154. Allen, Thomas B. Code-name downfall: the secret plan to invade Japan and why Truman dropped the bomb. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1995. 351 p.
    D 769.2 A48 1995
  155. Allen, Thomas B. Declassified: 50 top-secret documents that changed history. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic, c2008. 320 p.
    UB 270 A45 2008
  156. Alperovitz, Gar. Atomic diplomacy: Hiroshima and Potsdam: the use of the atomic bomb and the American confrontation with Soviet power. New York, N.Y., U.S.A.: Penguin, c1985. xi, 427 p.
    E 813 A75 1985
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