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The secret world : behind the curtain of British intelligence in World War II and the Cold War / Hugh Trevor-Roper ; edited by Edward Harrison ; foreword by Sir Michael Howard.

Publication | Library Call Number: JN329.I6 T74 2014

Annotation Hugh Trevor-Roper's experiences working for the Secret Intelligence Service (MI6) during the war had a profound impact on him and he later observed the world of intelligence with particular sharpness. To him, the subject of wartime espionage was as worthy of profound investigation and reflection as events from the more distant past. Expressing his observations through some of his most ironic and entertaining prose, Trevor-Roper wrote with a freedom he could not express publicly due to the Official Secrets Act. Based on previously unpublished material - including an extraordinary and previously-unseen correspondence with the exiled spy Kim Philby - this is a first-hand account of the intelligence world in World War II and its aftermath.

Book cover
Format
Book
Author/Creator
Trevor-Roper, H. R. (Hugh Redwald), 1914-2003, author.
Published
London : I.B. Tauris, 2014
Locale
Great Britain
Language
English
 
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