U.S. MILITARY INTELLIGENCE ON THE EVE AND DURING WORLD WAR ONE
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U.S. MILITARY INTELLIGENCE ON THE EVE AND DURING WORLD WAR ONE
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Sergey Pechurov 
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73-84
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The article traces the problems of foundation and development of the American military intelligence on the eve and during WWI.
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intelligence, counterintelligence, Allied countries, World War I, American Expeditionary Forces, intelligence information
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11.11.2015
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