World War I brought a new kind of warfare to the battlefield in many ways. The world of espionage got a facelift, especially in America, with aerial photography, code breaking and more.
On Wednesday's Up to Date, we talk with a former intelligence analyst about these strategies and how they changed the way spies work.
- Mark Stout is a program director in the School of Arts and Sciences at Johns Hopkins University and a former intelligence analyst for the State Department and the CIA
HEAR MORE: Mark Stout speaks at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 20 at the Central branch of the Kansas City Public Library.