CIA Intelligence Literature: Catch Up on Some Reading
Are you looking for an interesting read to help pass those lazy days of summer? Perhaps you want to learn more about the Central Intelligence Agency and its history. Maybe you’re interested in learning more about the technology CIA uses. Look no further than the CIA’s suggested reading list on the Intelligence Literature page.
This brief bibliography of intelligence literature provides a wide spectrum of views on intelligence and the CIA. The readings cover history, technology, opinion, and some of the key personalities associated with intelligence. The books listed offer the reader personal and academic views on intelligence, its role in national security, and the forces that have shaped it over the years.
Several CIA publications are featured in the list, including:
- The Final Months of the War with Japan: Signals Intelligence, U.S. Invasion Planning, and the A-Bomb Decision
- Intelligence in the War of Independence
- On the Front Lines of the Cold War: Documents on the Intelligence War in Berlin, 1946-1961
- CIA's Analysis of the Soviet Union 1947-1991
To read the CIA publications, simply click the links included in the list on the Intelligence Literature page.
These suggested readings will prove to be not only interesting, but educational, too. So, grab a book, sit back and relax, and learn more about the CIA.