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George W. Allen was from 1949 to 1979 an intelligence analyst for the army, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and the CIA. He specialized in the Vietnam wars, served almost three years in Vietnam itself, and later held senior staff and management positions related to the production of strategic intelligence. He lives in Williamsburg, Virginia.
From his vantage point as a chief official with the CIA and army intelligence, Allen reveals specifically how American leaders excluded intelligence from important policy decisions and caused America's failure to understand the Communist-led conflict. Maps.