Soldier Spies by Samuel M. Katz
Israeli Military Intelligence

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The shadowy darkness of intelligence warfare has long been an Israeli domain, yet little is known about Israel's oldest, largest, and most crucial intelligence-gathering body, the Israel Defense Force's Intelligence Corps. Katz has drawn on war records and recently declassified documents as well as interviews with intelligence officers to compile this definitive book on the Corps. 32 photographs; 1 map.
 

About Samuel M. Katz

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Samuel M. Katz and has written more than twenty books and over 100 articles on Middle East security issues, international terrorism, police and military special operations. His articles have appeared in "Playboy," "Esquire," and "Jane's Intelligence Review," He is editor-in-chief of "Special Ops "and has created documentaries for the Discovery Channel, A&E, and The Learning Channel.
 
Published August 1, 1992 by Presidio Pr. 389 pages
Genres: History, War. Non-fiction

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After its brilliant successes in the Six-Day War, the War of Attrition and the campaign against Black September, A'MAN, Israel's oldest intelligence agency, fell prey to institutional hubris.

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