Etienne Verhoeyen (°1945) holds a degree in Moral Sciences (UGent, 1968). He was scientific collaborator and editor of historical television programmes (particularly on the Second World War). He has been an associated correspondent of CegeSoma for many years.
His specialized research fields are the intelligence services in Belgium between 1918 and 1950. He is the author of De moord op Julien Lahaut (with R. Van Doorslaer, 1985 and 2010), België in de Tweede Wereldoorlog. Het minste kwaad (1990), België bezet 1940-1944 (1993), Spionnen aan de achterdeur (2011) and of some 50 articles on various aspects of the Belgian intelligence services.