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Editorial Reviews. From the Author. JOHN A. NAGY is scholar-in-residence at St. Francis Invisible Ink: Spycraft of the American Revolution by [Nagy, John A.].
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During the American Revolution, espionage was critical to the successes and failures of both Continental and British efforts, and those employed in cloakand- dagger operations always risked death.


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While the most notorious episode of spying during the war—the Benedict Arnold affair—was a failure, most intelligence operations succeeded. Spycraft was no more wholly embraced than by the American commander-in-chief, George Washington.

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Washington relied on a vast spy network and personally designed sophisticated battle plan deceptions and counterintelligence efforts, some surprisingly modern in form. Spycraft of the American Revolution , award-winning author John A.


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Based on nearly two decades of primary research, including the author's discovery of previously unrecognized spies and methods, Invisible Ink is a major contribution to the history of conflict and technology. This book is an interesting book.

Invisible Ink Spycraft of the American Revolution

It gives many ways that spycraft, deception, and subterfuge were used during the Revolutionary War. It provides lots of information.

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It is a topic that is not much This book reads like a first draft, the one where the author pulls together all his considerable research but has yet to write the part of the text that puts things in context and tells a compelling story. A pity, because I got the sense that there's some good stuff hiding in there.

Invisible Ink: Spycraft of the American Revolution

There will be one winner drawn at each lecture. During the American Revolution, espionage was critical to the successes and failures of both Continental and British efforts, and those employed in cloak and- dagger operations always risked death.

While the most notorious episode of spying during the war—the Benedict Arnold affair—was a failure, most intelligence operations succeeded. Spycraft was no more wholly embraced than by the American commander-in-chief, George Washington.

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Washington relied on a vast spy network and personally designed sophisticated battle plan deceptions and counterintelligence efforts, some surprisingly modern in form. Spycraft of the American Revolution , award-winning author John A. Nagy briefly traces the history of spy techniques from ancient China through Elizabethan England before embarking on the various techniques used by spies on both sides of the war to exchange secret information.

Throughout, the author provides examples of the various codes and ciphers employed, many of which have not been previously described.