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Crown Jewels: The British Secrets at the Heart of the KGB Archives
Nigel West (au); Oleg Tsarev (au). This lively account of Soviet foreign intelligence activity in Great Britain during the Cold War is based on documents from the KGB archives, their “crown jewels,” as the KGB unofficially called its most valuable assets. Provides much new information on the activities of all the well-known British pro-Soviet spies, including Kim Philby, Guy Burgess, Donald MacLean, & Anthony Blunt, as well as many lesser-known spymasters & recruiters, reproducing many of their reports for the first time. Also reveals a completely unknown Soviet network based in London & headed by a named Daily Herald journalist; describes the huge scale of Soviet penetration of the British Foreign Office from 1927 to 1951; & explores a previously unknown spy ring in Oxford. Photos.
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