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... the American Mid-West. A low point- or a high point, depending on one's politics- is reached on p.164 when Kilzer blames the Germans for surrendering at Stalingrad. The author clearly believes this was a bad thing and goes to ingenious lengths – via selective quotations – to show that the big bogey figure of 1939/45 was Winston Churchill....duping Roosevelt....duping Stalin...pointlessly intransigent toward Hitler etc. Kilzer's theory that Bormann was a Communist agent has actually been around since the early 1950s. (9) No evidence has ever been produced to substantiate this view. His book is basically a study of the 'Red Orchestra', an area already ...
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... in 1972, with the Army embroiled in a counter-insurgency situation in Northern Ireland, Kitson was given command of the Belfast Brigade and the chance to try out some of his theories.(27) By 1972 politicians on the Tory right had begun to speak publicly of the need for Army involvement in civil affairs on the UK mainland. Winston Churchill MP, a member of the right-wing Monday Club, called for the use of troops to break the (first) miners' strike, (28) and fellow Monday Clubber John Biggs-Davison called for "a special anti-terrorist force and mobile squad of motorised troops to counter the forces of red fascism." (29) In June 1972 ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 15  -  01 Apr 1986  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue11/lob11-04.htm
... priority from British radar stations and airfields to the factories building the aircraft. See <http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/worldwars/wwtwo/invasion_ww2_01.shtml>. English Channel? Even before Dunkirk, in the late spring of 1940 as more and more of France fell under German control and following War Cabinet discussion of the proposal, Winston Churchill instructed Colonel Colin Gubbins3 to form a resistance force of civilian volunteers. These were the Auxiliary Units. Malcolm Atkins argues on his website4 and in his books that the role of the Auxiliary Units has been exaggerated by the passage of time. He argues that it was that efforts of MI6 which were most influential in the establishment of a ...
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44. Classified, by Christopher Moran, (Book Review) (Summer 2013) [Lobster #65 Summer 2013) (free)] [Free Issue]
... in practice the state was willing to clobber little people – e.g. the novelist Compton MacKenzie who revealed a handful of secrets about MI6 in a book in the 1930s – but unwilling to do anything when prime minister Lloyd George took van loads of official (and thus secret) papers home while writing his memoirs. Later PMs, Eden, Churchill and Wilson followed this example. After the war we get accounts of the familiar controversies surrounding the publication of the diaries of Richard Crossman, Harold Wilson's memoirs, the Philby 'third man' story and the ABC trial in the 1970s; a detailed account of the hassles generated by the trickle of books which began in the early 1960s about ...
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... are no principles. Macmillan nearly joined Labour in 1938, after he had resigned the Tory whip. Heath was famous for his mid-term abandonment of all he apparently stood for; and Thatcher, too, despite her rhetoric, relaxed her convictions when it suited. For her, of course, all post-war Conservative leaders, with the exception of Churchill (and then only because he was the great war leader who went ga-ga in his second term) were little better than closet socialists, accepting the 'ratchet effect' of not undoing the changes brought about by previous Labour administrations. To find what the Party stood for- really stood for- one might have sought an answer in its ...
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46. Lobster Issue 35: Contents [Lobster #35 (Summer 1998)]
... Issue #57 (Summer 2009) Clandestine Caucus (1996) About Lobster Subscribe See also...© 2001 Lobster Contents| Cover Image The two Indonesias and the two Americas The 1953 Coup in Iran: an Iranian insider's view Operation Black Dog An Unbiased Watch? the police and fascist/anti-fascist street conflict in Britain, 1945-1951 Did Churchill reveal the pending Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor to Roosevelt two weeks before it happened? The View from the Bridge The Oyston Affair continues: D909 and the friends of Margaret Thatcher Obituaries Steady as she goes: Labour and the spooks A Bilderberg Press Release Echelon Books: Acid: the secret history of LSD The Age of Insecurity The Great ...
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... right to know in this area. Firstly, most security services are absolved from the public interest test by virtue of s23 of the FOIA [the MOD and Special Branch are covered by the Act].... There are numerous dangers with having such a blanket exemption. One of the worst abuses came to light during the Matrix Churchill arms-to-Iraq case in 1992 when the government showed it was willing to see innocent people go to jail rather than disclose documents that proved it had secretly reversed its policy of denying arms sales to Saddam Hussein...This is the inherent danger in letting those people who have a vested interest in suppressing information for political convenience make the decision ...
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48. Feedback [Lobster #52 (Winter 2006/7)]
... 51) on (i) Chamberlain's flight to see Hitler in the Munich crisis (it was to avert a war, not a coup) and (ii) Philby's criminal responsibility for prolonging World War Two. The latter point credits far too much influence to one individual. The fact was that the German peace plotters were not trusted by Churchill and Eden, let alone by people like Philby. The Canaris group, as Matthews shows, did not offer to stop the war against the USSR, and a nationalist-dominated greater German state hegemonic over most of central and eastern Europe was neither a British nor an American interest let alone a Soviet one. In any case what guarantee was ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  01 Dec 2006  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue52/lob52-09.htm
49. The central role of MI5 [Lobster #11 (Apr 1986)]
... realm', a major figure in the network we have been describing. Mrs Thatcher's connections with this network- essentially the armed heart of the state- could hardly have been more explicit. From it she has taken Cabinet and Shadow Cabinet members- Neave, Tebbit, Ridley; junior front bench spokesmen- Biggs- Davison, Mitchell, Churchill; a speechwriter- Robert Moss; foreign policy tutors- Robert Conquest and Leonard Schapiro from IRD and ISC; and her closest political friend, mentor, confidant and ally- Airey Neave. She expressed her faith in Neave by her willingness to have him in the two 'hot' seats; Northern Ireland, on which he was shadow ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  01 Apr 1986  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue11/lob11-11.htm
50. Appendix 8: Biographies [Lobster #11 (Apr 1986)]
... on ISC Council, NAFF Council, and a member of 'The Pinay Circle'. CUSSOLD Stephen: background in intelligence: during sixties senior research assistant in the Foreign Office. Wrote two ISC Conflict Studies, one of them on Croat separatism. DAVIES Evan( 'The Bishop'): WW2 in the commandos and as bodyguard to Winston Churchill: in 1950s Special Branch officer in Kenya and Malaya during the emergencies: 1960s training MI6 officers, resigned, became London-based advisor on security to Gallaghers, the tobacco company. While with Gallagher Davies had helped set up ISC. In Southern Angola in mid 1970s at the time of the South African invasion: advisor to Unita: said ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  01 Apr 1986  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue11/lob11-20.htm
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