Table of contents for The origins of FBI counterintelligence / Raymond J. Batvinis.

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@fmct:Contents
@toc4:Preface 
List of Abbreviations 
Introduction
@toc2:Chapter One: Rumrich
Chapter Two: A Look Back
Chapter Three: Controversy and Confusion
Chapter Four: Interdepartmental Intelligence Conference
Chapter Five: Following the Money
Chapter Six: Wires and Bugs
Chapter Seven: Opportunities Missed
Chapter Eight: Special Overseas Assignments
Chapter Nine: British Security Coordination
Chapter Ten: Special Intelligence Service 
Chapter Eleven: Ducase
@toc4:Appendix A: Sebold¿s List of Abwehr Requirements
Appendix B: Duquesne Ring Conspirators
Appendix C: Unindicted Duquesne Ring Coconspirators
Appendix D: Sentences of the Duquesne Ring Conspirators
Appendix E: Expenditures for Special Intelligence Service Operations, July 2, 1940¿June 30, 1947
Notes
Selected Bibliography
Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation -- History.
Intelligence service -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
United States -- History -- 1933-1945.