INTELLEGENCE IN THE RUM WAR AT SEA, 1920-1933.
Washignton, DC: Joint Military Intelligence College, 2001. Introduction by Admiral Robert E. Kramek, Commandant U.S. Coast Guard, 1994-1998. Edited by Russell G. Swenson. Illustrated. First Edition. Signed presentation from Ensign on the upper corner on the verso of the front cover: "To the Foundation for Coast Guard History, Here's another chapter in our long and prosperous history. Enjoy. Eric S. Ensign- June 2001." The lessons of history are important tools in formulating the strategy, policy, and tactics to protect our national interests. The lessons learned from the use of intelligence in the Rum War at Sea during Prohibition are totally applicable to today's war on drugs. 8vo., decorative printed blue wraps, 92 pages. Item #57022
Very Good (little wear covers; contents clean & tight). Uncommon to find a signed copy!