Deception and Surprise: Problems of Analysts and Analysis

  • William E. Colby

Abstract

Pearl Harbour is the quintessential example of successful deception and surprise. While Japanese diplomats carried on negotiations for peace, a Japanese fleet secretly went to sea and carried out one of the most successful surprise attacks in history.

Keywords

Transportation Expense Egypt Sonar Hone 

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Notes

  1. 1.
    Kent, Sherman, Strategic Intelligence for American World Policy (Princeton U.P., 1949)Google Scholar

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© Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr and Uri Ra’anan 1981

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  • William E. Colby

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