Information Warfare in World War I

  title={Information Warfare in World War I},
  author={Jonathan Reed Winkler},
  journal={The Journal of Military History},
  pages={845 - 867}
H have benefited greatly from the release and systematic analysis of previously classified diplomatic, military, and intelligence records, and the result has been a far greater understanding about the role of intelligence activities in the origins, outbreak, development, and outcome of the First World War. As a consequence, historians are now in a position to evaluate the war from new perspectives that have been overlooked or deliberately obfuscated. One of these holds particular