DIE GESKIEDENIS VAN HOOF VAN STAF INLIGTING

S.C. Le Grange

Abstract


An efficient Defence Force
Intelligence Service is of the utmost importance in the planning and
successful execution of general and operational Defence Force
policy.

The article hereunder discusses the early use
of scouts by the Voortrekkers and proceeds to describe Information
activities that existed during the First and Second World Wars. The
eventual coming into existence of Chief of Staff Intelligence is finally
dealt with.


Keywords


Defence Force Intelligence Service; use of scouts; Chief of Staff Intelligence

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5787/12-2-623

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