|Portion of title
||How MI5 foiled the spies of the Kaiser in the First World War
||Humble beginnings, 1903-March 1911 -- Breakthrough, March 1911-August 1914 -- The outbreak of war, August 1914-December 1914 -- The Year of the Spy, 1914 -- New threats -- From counter-espionage to security intelligence, 1 January 1914 to 11 November 1918 --Settling accounts, conclusion and MI5 and the historiography -- Appendix.
||"The years 1909-1918 can be regarded as formative for MI5, an era in which it developed from a small counter-espionage bureau into an established security intelligence agency. MI5's main roles during this period were counter-espionage and advising the War Office on how to deal with the police and the civilian population, particularly foreign nationals in Britain. Using hitherto neglected documents from official archives, intelligence specialist Chris Northcott examines how MI5 foiled the spies of the Kaiser during the First World War, paying particular attention to the preventive measures the organization instituted to 'frustrate' espionage and how its investigations to 'cure' espionage were conducted."--Back cover.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 259-271) and index.|
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