Who's Who in CIA: A Biographical Reference Work on 3,000 Officers of the Civil and Military Branches of the Secret Services of the USA in 120 Countries

Abdelnabi, M., A. Bhatt, F. Gamarra, and S. Ohashi (compilers)

Published by Julius Mader, 1968
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16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. 16mo., 605pp. A rare publication, with an alphabetical listing of names and stations, crossed indexed to reference # to geographic province. Bound in maroon cloth, flexible boards, and red white and blue printed dust jacket. Printed in East Germany during the Cold War with KGB assistance the intent of this volume was to "out" for the world the names of known CIA agents. Some names were intentionally omitted so that the CIA itself would not know that the KGB knew of their covert role. Previous owner has left scattered, intelligent notes in ink. Bookseller Inventory # 009263

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Title: Who's Who in CIA: A Biographical Reference ...
Publisher: Julius Mader
Publication Date: 1968
Binding: Cloth
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
Edition: First Edition.

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Book Description Mader, Julius, 1968. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Included. Who's Who in CIA (C.I.A.): A Biographical Reference Work on 3,000 Officers of the Civil and Military Branches of the Secret Services of the USA in 120 Countries. Mader, Julius. self-published, Berlin, East Germany, 1968, 605p, hardcover with dust jacket, dust jacket bumped/scuffed/small tears/chipping, boards bumped/scuffed, binding tight, text clean, "RESEARCH" stamped on front fly--200.00. Seller Inventory # ABE-14389498077

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Book Description Julius Mader, Berlin, 1968. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. Flexicover in red wraps. No dust jacket. First printing of first edition, privately printed in Berlin in 1968 to expose CIA operatives. This is the English-language edition. Book is crisp and clean, with tight binding and sharp corners. Paper is lightly age-toned. Alphabetical listing of names (including date of birth, languages spoken, station, and function). Two folding illustrations: one shows the structure and functional plan of the FBI, the other shows the structure and organization of the American Intelligence Services. (crease on edge). 16mo. 605 pp. including geographical index. Seller Inventory # 87883

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Book Description Julius Mader, 1066 Berlin W 66, Mauerstrasse 69, Berlin, 1968. Hardcover. 604, [1] p. 15 cm. Illustrations. Notes for the user. Geographical Section. Biographical Section The biographies were compiled with the co-operation of Mohamed Abdelnabi, Ambalal Bhatt, Fernando Gamarra, and Shozo Ohashi. "The rulers of the USA are, of course, extremely interested in keeping the mantle of secrecy over their intelligence network.The invisible government shall have neither names nor faces. For this reason the time appeared to have come to demask a first representative selection of leading officials and officers, collaborators and agents of the US intelligence services who are operating on five continents. The result is this book whereby CIA is used as an appropriate synonym for the whole of the US intelligence system." Biographies were compiled with the cooperation of Mohamed Abdelnabi, Ambalal Bhatt, Fernando Gamarra and Shozo Ohashi. Includes fold-out organizational charts (ca. late '60s) of the following: American Intelligence Services, Office of Intelligence Research (OIR), Millitary Intelligence Headquarters of the USA, National Security Agency (NSA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), System of several cover organizations used by the CIA. This book led to retaliation by the CIA when in 1974 John Barron published "KGB Today-The Hidden Hand" which contained an appendix with 1, 600 alleged KGB and GRU officers posted abroad under diplomatic cover. Fair. No dust jacket. Cover has some wear and soiling. Slightly shaken. Seller Inventory # 68050

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Book Description Mader, Julius, Berlin, East Germany, 1968. Hardcover. Condition: Good. First Edition. 605pp. "The rulers of the USA are, of course, extremely interested in keeping the mantle of secrecy over their intelligence network. The invisible government shall have neither names nor faces. For this reason the time appeared to have come to demask a first representative selection of leading officials and officers, collaborators and agents of the US intelligence services who are operating on five continents. The result is this book whereby CIA is used as an appropriate synonym for the whole of the US intelligence system." Biographies were compiled with the cooperation of Mohamed Abdelnabi, Ambalal Bhatt, Fernando Gamarra and Shozo Ohashi. Includes fold-out organizational charts (ca. late '60s) of the following: American Intelligence Services, Office of Intelligence Research (OIR), Millitary Intelligence Headquarters of the USA, National Security Agency (NSA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), System of several cover organizations used by the CIA. This book led to retaliation by the CIA when in 1974 John Barron published "KGB Today-The Hidden Hand" which contained an appendix with 1,600 alleged KGB and GRU officers posted abroad under diplomatic cover. Prior owner's name upon title page. Light wear. Binding tight. Contents tanned with age. Bright white lettering upon red front board and backstrip. A quality copy of this important work. Seller Inventory # 237C9490

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