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Foreword by Jon Day Glossary Introduction Part I: Origins, 1936-1939 1: Why Joint Intelligence? 2: Building a Foundation Part II: War, 1939-1945 3: The Onset of War: 1939-1940 4: Stabilisation: 1941-1942 5: Preparing for the End, 1943-1945 Part Three: New Threats, 1945-1957 6: A New Identity, 1945-1957 7: Creating a World-Wide Intelligence Network 8: Changing Enemies: The Rise of the Soviet Union, 1945-1947 9: The Bear: The Emergence and Stabilisation of the Cold War, 1947-1957 10: Studying the Soviet War Machine 11: War in the Far East: Part I - Conflict in China and Korea 12: War in the Far East: Part II - Problems n the Colonies 13: Adventures in the Middle East: Part I - The Rise of Nationalism 14: Adventures in the Middle East: Part II - The Suez Crisis Conclusion
Michael S. Goodman is Reader in Intelligence and International Affairs in the Department of War Studies, King's College London. He is the author or editor of five previous books, including the Routledge Companion to Intelligence Studies (co-editor, 2013).
'Michael Goodman's The Official History of the Joint Intelligence Committee: Volume I (Routledge) should help make up for the neglect in spy literature of the JIC. The alpha and omega of intelligence bureaucracy, it influences what spies spy on and interprets their reports for policymakers. Well written and wisely judged, this first volume takes us through the second world war to Suez.' --Alan Judd, Spectator `Books of the Year'