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Military Intelligence Blunders
John Hughes-Wilson (au). Analyzes not just the events that conspire to cause disaster, but why crucial intelligence is so often ignored, misunderstood or undervalued by politicians & seasoned generals alike. Examples include: Stalinís Operation Barbarossa; the Gulf War of 1991; How Hitlerís own intelligence staff deliberately misled him in a bid to outfox their Nazi Party rivals; the bungling & inter-service rivalries that enabled the devastating attack on Pearl Harbor, even though the U.S. was reading Japanís most secret radio traffic; the Viet Congís Tet Offensive of 1968, which took the worldís most technologically advanced army by surprise; & the dramatically mistaken intelligence which left Saddam Hussein in power nearly a decade after the Gulf War of 1991. Maps.
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