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BRITISH INTELLIGENCE DURING THE SECONDWORLD WAR
Tom MaguireGonville & Caius Collegetjm51@cam.ac.uk
07900203483
Supervisions will be conducted on Friday afternoons, although if necessary and if possible an alternative arrangement can be made on an individual basis. Please answer ONEquestion. Essays should be approximately 3000 words in length. By 6 PM on the day precedingthe supervision, ideally an electronic copy should be sent to my email address or, if this is notpossible,
a paper copy should be dropped off at the Caius College Porters‘
Lodge. Feel free togo beyond the reading lists
 –
these are only for guidance
 –
see what works other scholars havecited. If you would like to propose your own question, you may do so, but please check with mebeforehand. Supervisions will generally be conducted at Caius College, unless I indicateotherwise.
Evaluate the performance of British intelligence against German espionageduring the Second World War.
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The Defence of the Realm: The Official History of MI5 
(London, 2009). Andrew, Christopher.
Secret Service: The Making of the British Intelligence Community 
(London1985). Andrew, Christopher and David Dilks (eds.),
The Missing Dimension: Governments and Intelligence Communities in the Twentieth Century 
(London 1984). Andrew, Christopher and Jeremy Noakes (eds.),
Intelligence and International Relations, 1900 
 –
1945 
(Exeter, 1987).Curry, John.
The Security Service 1908-1945: The Official History 
(Kew: Public Records Office,1999).
 
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British Intelligence in the Second World War 
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(London,2004)
.
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(Canberra 1972).Smith, Bradley.
The Ultra-Magic Deals and the Most Secret Relationship 1940-48 
(Shrewsbury1993).Stafford, David,
Churchill and Secret Service 
(London, 1997).Walton, Calder,
‗British Int
elligence and Threats to National Security, 1941-
1951‘, PhD thesis
(Cambridge, 2006
copy in Seeley Library).
Which made the greater contribution to the British war effort in the SecondWorld War: SIGINT or the Double-Cross System?
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Allied and Axis Signals Intelligence in World War II 
(London, 1999). Andrew, Christopher,
The Defence of the Realm: The Official History of MI5 
(London, 2009).
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-
 American SIGINT Alliance‖ in Hayden B. Peake
and Samuel Halpern (eds.),
In the Name of Intelligence: Essays in Honor of Walter Pforzheimer 
(Washington, 1994), 95-109. Andrew, Christopher.
Secret Service: The Making of the British Intelligence Community 
(London1985). Andrew, Christopher and David Dilks (eds.),
The Missing Dimension: Governments and Intelligence Communities in the Twentieth Century 
(London 1984). Andrew, Christopher and Jeremy Noakes (eds.),
Intelligence and International Relations, 1900 
 –
1945 
(Exeter, 1987).Bennett, Gill,
Churchill’s Man of Mystery. Desmond Morton and the World of Intelligence
,(London, 2007).Bennett, Ralph,
Intelligence Investigations: How Ultra Changes History 
(London, 1996).Budiansky, Stephen,
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(New York, 2000).Curry, John.
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1892-
1945‖
,
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British Intelligence in the Second World War 
, 5 vols. (London: H.M.S.O.,1979-1990).Hinsley, F.H. and Alan Stripp (eds.),
Codebreakers: The Inside Story of Bletchley Park 
(Oxford,1993).Holt, Thaddeus,
The Deceivers: Allied Military Deception in the Second World War 
(London,2004)
.
Jones, R.V.,
Most Secret War 
(London, 1979).
 
Macintyre, Ben,
Agent Zigzag 
(London, 2007).Macintyre, Ben,
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(London, 2010).Masterman, J.C.
The Double Cross System in the War of 1939 to 1945 
(Canberra 1972).Smith, Bradley.
The Ultra-Magic Deals and the Most Secret Relationship 1940-48 
(Shrewsbury1993).Stafford, David,
Churchill and Secret Service 
(London, 1997).Walton, Calder,
‗British Intelligence and Threats to National Security, 1941
-
1951‘, PhD thesis
(Cambridge, 2006
copy in Seeley Library).
Compare the achievements of SOE and OSS.
 Anglim, Simon,
,
Intelligence and National Security 
, 20, 4 (2005).Cruickshank, C.G.,
SOE in Scandinavia 
(Oxford, 1986).Cruickshank, C.G.,
SOE in the Far East 
(Oxford, 1983).Foot, M.R.D.,
SOE 
(London, 1984).Foot, M.R.D.,
SOE in France: an account of the work of the British Special Operations Executive 
 
in France, 1940-1944 
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(London,2002).

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