British Intelligence for the North Atlantic Theatre of the War of Spanish Succession

By J.D. Alsop, published May 1991

Abstract

Debunks the myth that the Duke of Marlborough had a functional intelligence system during the War of Spanish Succession and shows that the reality was a dearth of information on French activities from sparse, disparate and uncoordinated sources.

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Filed under: Atlantic | Spanish Succession
Subjects include: Strategy & Diplomacy

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