'...ground-breaking...' - Christopher Andrew, The Sunday Telegraph
Spies Of The Kaiserby Thomas Boghardt
Spies of the Kaiser examines the scope and objectives of German covert operations in Great Britain before and during the First World War. It assesses the effect of German espionage on Anglo-German relations and discusses the extent to which the fear of German espionage in the United Kingdom shaped the British intelligence community in the early Twentieth-century. The study is based on original archival material, including hitherto unexploited German records and recently declassified British documents.
Meet the Author
Thomas Boghardt is Historian at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. He was the 2002-2003 Thyssen Scholar at Georgetown University's BMW Center for German and European Studies, and has taught European history and international relations at Oxford and the Lahore University of Management Sciences in Pakistan. He received his PhD in modern history from the University of Oxford
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