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Ted account of intelligence activities during the Revolutionary War told from an American viewpointKenneth Daigler is retired CIA officer This book is very well researched Much of the information was new to me and interesting However the author s pedantic definitions of any intelligence term in than one instance was a bit annoying Anyone reading this book would probably have a basic understanding of simple intelligence termsI felt the glossary at the nd of the book would have been sufficientThe book does a
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Book We Read Of we read of learning from mistakes He valued protected and rewarded his agents analysts and networks Washington was a principled and pragmatic leader who deserves the admiration and respect accorded to him We do not read of the finger of blame pointing to intelligence failures to The Stall (Pony In Training excuse operational mistakes Great info wish it went in depthI reallynjoyed this book The author takes his background in the intelligence industry and applies it to the history of intelligence and counterintelligence during the Revolutionary War He places his facts within historical cultural context very well so you get a broad overview of what was happening outside and alongside the typical military history you know about already My only negative is that despite it already being uite long I wish the author had gone in depth on some of the lesser known stories Highly recommend to anyone interested in the American Revolution Loved this book True story of
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