Early Cold War Overflights, 1950-1956: Symposium Proceedings, Held at the Tighe Auditorium, Defense Intelligence Agency, 22-23 February 2001, V. 1: Memoirs; V. 2, Appendices

Early Cold War Overflights, 1950-1956: Symposium Proceedings, Held at the Tighe Auditorium, Defense Intelligence Agency, 22-23 February 2001, V. 1: Memoirs; V. 2, Appendices
Title:
Early Cold War Overflights, 1950-1956: Symposium Proceedings, Held at the Tighe Auditorium, Defense Intelligence Agency, 22-23 February 2001, V. 1: Memoirs; V. 2, Appendices
Format:
Paperback
USA Price: 
Stock:
Backordered
GPO Stock Number:
041-015-00227-9
ISBN:
0-9724322-0-5
Description

Addresses the flights by the United States and Great Britain over "denied territories" in the Soviet Union and China between 1950 and 1956. L.C. control Number 2002109519. 2 volumes, sold as a set. Editors: R. Cargill Hall and Clayton D. Laurie. Previously listed incorrectly under ISBN 0-16-067675-4.

Audience

Members and retirees of the intelligence community, members of government, and anyone interested in the history of the U.S. intelligence community would enjoy this informative set of books.  In addition, teachers of high school and college students studying government, politics and intelligence may find this a useful resource.  Public libraries would benefit from making this set available to their patrons.

Product Details

Availability Details:
Backordered
USA Price:
$77.50
International Price:
$108.50
Publisher:
Defense Dept., National Reconnaissance Office, Office of the Historian
Author:
  • Hall, R. Cargill
Notes:
Although this publication has an 041-015 stock number, a Department of Defense office is named on the title page. NB1296
Key Phrases:
  • Military History
  • Cold War
  • Air Force History
  • Soviet Union
  • Russia
  • China
  • Proceedings of Symposium on Early Cold War Overflights
Weight:
4.75
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Cover:
Paper
Subject Bibliography:
018EI 054CK
Unit of Issue (US):
1
Unit of Issue (Non-US):
1
Record Creation Date:
02/06/2003
Last Status Update:
02/04/2014
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