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André Gerolymatos (1951–2019) was professor and director of the Stavros S. Niarchos Foundation Centre for Hellenic Studies at Simon Fraser University.
Denis Smyth is professor emeritus in the Department of History at the University of Toronto.
James Horncastle is assistant professor and Edward and Emily McWhinney Professor in International Relations at Simon Fraser University.
Chapter 1: Intelligence in Neutral Washington, 1914-1917 and 1939-1941
Chapter 2: "Under Morphia" from Madrid: Abduction and Anglo-Spanish Relations in 1941
Chapter 3: Making Waves: A German Radio in Neutral Ireland and Naval Operations in 1942
Chapter 4: Safe Harbour? Clandestine British and German Activities in Portugal and its Colonies during the Second World War
Chapter 5: Ambiguous Neutrality and Nazi Intelligence in Spain during the Second World War
Chapter 6: Guardians of the "Whispering Gallery"? Switzerland, Neutrality and the Clandestine War
Chapter 7: Clandestine “Comrades": The Comintern, Tito and the Underground Communist Party of Yugoslavia, 1939-1941
Chapter 8: British Preparations for Clandestine War in Greece and the Balkans, 1939-40
Chapter 9: Ankara: Rabbit-Warren of Spies
Chapter 10: Afghanistan, 1937-1945: From Lynchpin to Backwater
Chapter 11: "Berlin of the East": India and the Politics of Cold War Asylum
Chapter 12: André Gerolymatos: An Appreciation
Neutral Countries as Clandestine Battlegrounds, 1939–1968: Between Two Fires is intelligence history at its best. Combining scholarly rigor with vivid story-telling, this collection provides new insights into the intelligence-gathering, sabotage, and other activities of the belligerents during and after the Second World War. It also casts light on the measures taken by neutral states to preserve their freedom of action—often with surprising success.— Patrick Salmon, chief historian at the United Kingdom Foreign and Commonwealth Office