By W. Thomas Smith, Jr. New York, NY: Checkmark Books, Facts-on-File, 2003. 282 pages. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ An encyclopedia is defined as a comprehensive reference work containing full, complete, in-depth, thorough, wide-ranging, all-encompassing, accurate, exhaustive, articles on numerous aspects of a particular
By Rodney Carlisle. Indianapolis, IN: Alpha Books, 2003. 340 pages. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ [...] The same cannot be said of Spies and Espionage—it is an encyclopedia of errata. After short comments on intelligence in Elizabethan times, the American War of Independence, and
MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia's military intelligence chief has left his post after less than three years at the helm of the country's biggest spying agency to join a company that develops nuclear missiles, Kommersant newspaper reported on Saturday, citing sources.