Wartime Magazine (Summer 2023) - Secret Intelligence
- Secret agents across the Samichon by Michael Kelly. Sergeant Jack Harris fought a clandestine war behind enemy lines in the closing months of the Korean War.
- Suspicious minds by Robert Wyse. Australian Intelligence Services took a heightened interest in Korean War ex-prisoners of war after their return home.
- The walls have ears by Helen Fry. Eavesdropping on German prisoners in England provided crucial intelligence.
- Intelligence and victory during the Second World War by John R. Ferris. The role of intelligence in the Allies' victories is difficult to assess definitively.
- Australian signals intelligence and the battle for Crete by Craig Collie. Early Australian intelligence systems played an important but misunderstood role.
- El Alamein 80 years on by Craig Tibbits. Australians played a key role in this pivotal battle and paid a heavy price in blood.
- The origins of Australian naval intelligence by John Fahey. The navies of the British Empire were not always successful in assessing and using intelligence to fight the war at sea.
- A painted proclamation by Thomas J. Rogers. A colonial artwork has its roots in brutal frontier warfare.
- Plus regular features including Reflections, Collection Insights, In the Picture, Behind the Scenes, book reviews and Last Post.
Details: Magazine, published 2023.
Format: Soft cover, illustrations, 72 pages.
Dimensions: 29.7 cm (h) x 20.2 cm (w) 0.5 cm (d) / 210 grams.