Revolutionary War Spies – Spy Website of the Week 

This site, organized by the Clements Library of the University of Michigan, is a collection of letters to and for American and British Spies in the Revolutionary war. It's fascinating to see the actual letters that went back and forth between folks spying in the Revolutionary War and some of the history behind them. It …

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Mata Hari’s execution – Spy Image of the Week

There are few events that attracted as much attention a hundred years after the fact as the mystery around the accused spy, Mata Hari. Even now, the court records related to her trial are still sealed until 2017! Look here for a interesting first person account of the execution from a reporter on the scene. …

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Intelligence bibliography – Spy Website of the Week

In my internet travels I stumbled on this site, The Literature of Intelligence, dedicated to nonfiction books and articles on the Intelligence business. I've only just begun to scratch the surface of what is found there but the depth of information collected is pretty extraordinary. Being organized by a former member of the CIA turned …

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SPY – The reality show – Spy Website of the Week

I caught this show on PBS several years ago and really enjoyed it. SPY was a BBC reality show spinning out of the show MI 5 where 8 regular folks were given spy like training and sent on psuedo-spy missions. Here's the opening - Although it only lasted a season it was really fun and …

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