Book Review: Spies Against Armageddon

Spies Against Armageddon
I’ve written about pieces of this book in previous posts, so I thought it was worthwhile to share my overall impressions.

Spies Against Armageddon is a history of Israel as passed through the prism of its intelligence and security services, stretching from before the 1948 War of Independence through operations against Iran in 2011. It re-plows ground the two authors tilled in 1990’s Every Spy a Prince, bringing that story up to date by making use of new material available from archives and recent interviews.

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