Collision report: Bletchley Park, Folklore, and Academic History
Jim Beach appeals for information from the descendants of those who served in an Army intelligence unit.
Jim Beach reveals Army reporting on the local political situation in 1919. Over the past year I have been rummaging through some not-very-exciting government documents. But for an intelligence historian, that’s pretty much par for the course. As I say to students who take my third-year module, Secret State: British Intelligence, 1558-1945: “Just because it’s... Continue Reading →
Our recently graduated (July 2019) PhD student, the newly-minted Dr Paul Stewart, writes about his project, 'Medmenham: Anglo-American Photographic Intelligence in the Second World War'. During a thirty six year career as an RAF intelligence officer, specialising in imagery intelligence, I had the honour to meet many of the photographic intelligence unsung heroes from... Continue Reading →