Title: Comprehensive Bibliographies
Author: Paul W. Blackstock
Blackstock, Paul W. (1978) and Frank L. Schaf, Jr.”Chapter 1: Comprehensive Bibliographies,” Intelligence, Espionage, Counterespionage, And Covert Operations: A Guide to Information Sources. Detroit: Gale Research Co.
Date Updated: April 14, 2016
Chapter 1. Comprehensive Bibliographies
Gunzenhauser, Max (1968). Geschichte Der Geheimen Nachrichtendienst: (Spionage, Sabotage Und Abwehr}: Literatur Berlchte Und Bibliographie. Frankfurt: Bernard und Graefe
“The second comprehensive bibliography of secret intelligence. An 80-page introductory essay precedes some 400 pages of bibliography. Although a smaller effort than Harris (1968), it includes many items, particularly German ones, missed by the earlier work, Moreover, the two bibliographies complement one another as the Gunzenhauser bibliography is organized chronologically and geographically while the Harris one is organized under 27 topics.”
The 4,000 entries cover tites in English and several European languages, without annotation, although the most important works are discussed in the introductory critique of the literature, The discussion of strategic intelligence is relatively weak; nevertheless, this work is an indispensable guide for the scholar and researcher, and has been used extensively in compiling the present bibliography.
Harris, William R. (1968). Intelligence And National Security: A Bibliography With Selected Annotations. rev. ed. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ., Center for International Affairs