Pupil Augustinas thought spies
needed to be brave, have gadgets and be able to improvise.
Track Vehicles: Slip this paper-clip-size gadget into a vehicle, and spies
can track where it goes for up to 300 hours.
There is literary fiction with spies
and spying in it, such as Conrad's The Secret Agent, Greene's The Quiet American, McEwan's The Innocent, Norman Rush's Mortals, and Christopher Koch's The Memory Room.
LUCKILY, THESE SPIES
WERE ABLE TO PROVIDE THE GOVERNMENT WITH ADVANCE WARNING OF THE FENIANS' PLANS.
produces square, round, and rectangular containers and lids, as well as unusual package designs, including "wavy" rectangular shapes and octagonal or oval containers.
If a similar treasure trove of documentary evidence about the Civil War had been uncovered--say, establishing that Lincoln's government had been riddled with Confederate spies
and that several of his cabinet members were secret slaveholders--half the university presses in America would have burned out from over-use.
The recent BBC miniseries Cambridge Spies
tells the kind of story you'd never believe if it weren't true: Four blue-blooded and well-connected graduates of Cambridge, led by their hatred of Hitler and their idealism about communism, become spies
for the USSR in the 1930s.
Any slipup could have been fatal to the spies
and their cause.
Be they good or bad, one thing is certain: there's a definite mystique about spies
and their mysterious and extremely dangerous profession that most people find vicariously fascinating.
White House aides were acutely aware of how it would look if the president agreed to sell China nuclear power technology while its spies
were stealing U.
R Us Radio 4, 8pm The spying game has always fascinated us, whether it be the cartoon version of the eyes peeking out from two holes in a newspaper or the exploits of James Bond.
Crocodile Hunter" as Goofball Lizard-Loving Spies
Robert Hanssen, a veteran agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, had a single assignment for most of his 25-year career in the FBI: to identify and track down Russian spies
working in the United States.
From The Washington Post on Secretary of State Madeleine Albright's reaction to the revelation that foreign spies
have had access to the State Department because they have worked undercover as news correspondents: "`Obviously, we don't want spies
posing as journalists,' Albright said.
have turned new technology into tricks of the trade.