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... 1938 part of Claude Dansey (MI6) Z-network 1940 Vice consul Zurich; Vice consul Geneva 1941 Press attache, Berne, head of station. Dansey's principle Lt. in Europe 1945 Controller Central Europe 1947 Rome, head of station; FO, ran journalist agents YOUNG, Rollo 1949 Malta and FO: Albanian operation YOUNG, George Kennedy CB(1960) CMG(1955) MBE(1945) B.8 /4 /11 1936 editorial staff, Glasgow Herald 1938 British United Press - pre war MI6 1939 commissioned Kings and Scottish Borderers 1941 despatches East Africa 1943 specially employed list, Italy and West Europe 1944 Rome 1946 Vienna. Berlin correspondent. BUP, FO ...
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52. Inside 'Inside Intelligence' (Book review) [Lobster #15 (Feb 1988)]
... obtained one of the first copies of Khrushchev's anti-Stalin speech to the 20th Party Congress in Moscow. In Poland he "was privy to the Intelligence games .. . I was able to take a surreptitious photograph of anything of interest, I did so and passed it on." (p106). In Washington, during the Kennedy years, he "knew much of what was going on." (p117). During the same period, "The unedited versions were filed for Intelligence." (p119) The Intelligence world, the 'twilight world' never really left his blood. When he became a director of Brandts bank in the early 1970s, he ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 11  -  01 Feb 1988  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue15/lob15-01.htm
53. Smearing Wallace and Holroyd [Lobster #15 (Feb 1988)]
... best investigative journalist in television" - is apparently naive enough to think, as he wrote in his Tribune piece (item 10 above) ". .. .it is abundantly clear from the way the evidence was given to me by past and serving soldiers that it could not have been engineered by the MOD." Shades of Robert Kennedy! In 1963, immediately after his brother's assassination, Robert Kennedy is said to have asked the then head of the CIA, John McCone, if the agency had done the dirty deed; and to have "asked the question in such a way that he couldn't lie to me." I've always wondered which way that was. ...
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54. The British Right [Lobster #16 (Jun 1988)]
... membership of NATO and the EEC. The real irony is that this is all being done too late. The Republicans are going to lose the American presidential election. George Bush is slowly drowning under the mountain of coke some of his flunkeys were running to raise funds for the Contras in the new privatised American imperialism. With Dukakis - from Kennedy family territory - the next President (unless something spectacular is staged, say an assassination that could be dumped on the left), much of the US state support for this know-nothing revival on the right will vanish. And the yahoos will look back on the Reagan years and ask themselves what they really did get out of ...
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... at the Foreign Office. In February 1940 Butler received information which made him sure that the French wouldn't fight. (De Courcy is modest: the information came from him.) (3 ) Without the French, thought Butler, peace had to be made. Butler saw Lord Halifax - who agreed. An envoy was sent to Joseph Kennedy, U. S. Ambassador. An isolationist, Kennedy approved and saw Halifax. De Courcy is vague at this point but, presumably, talks began, avenues explored. Given the limited communications equipment of the period, establishing a reliable and secure back channel into 'the enemy', was no simple task. The state was reading ...
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56. Print: Magazines and Catalogues [Lobster #18 (Oct 1989)]
... , Washington DC 20004, USA. Catalogues Although Tom Davis Books (PO Box 117, Aptos, California 95003) is the best single parapolitical mail order catalogue, M and A Book Dealer, (PO Box 2422, Waco, Texas 76703) has a very large, more specialised collection of material on American assassinations from Lincoln onwards. Kennedy assassination buffs in particular should have a look at their catalogue. Non print media Spybase, Daniel Brandt's computer data base on spooks and things parapolitical is now available in Britain, via the Shareware network, for the very low price of 15.00 for 6 disks (5 .25 inch disks) from: Richard Alexander, CGH ...
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... ; - Orientamenti (Rome, Europa, 1971); - Gil Uomini e le Rovine (Ronie, Ascia, 1953); - Cavalcare la Tigre (Milan, Scheiwiller, 1961) Faenza. Roberto and Fini, Marco - Gli Americani in Italia (Milan, Feltrenelli, 1976) Faenza, Roberto - Il Malaffare: Dall'America di Kennedy all'Italia, a Cuba. a Vietnam (Milan, Mondadori, 1978) Falligot, Roger and Krop, Pascal - La Piscine: les Services Secrets Francais 1944-1984 (Paris, Scuil, 1985) Farago, Ladislas - Aftermath (New York, Avon, 1974) Felix, Christopher (Pseudonym) - A Short Course in ...
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58. The final testimony of George Kennedy Young [Lobster #19 (May 1990)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 19) May 1990 Last | Contents | Next Issue 19 The final testimony of George Kennedy Young Introduction When this was published we believed that it had been written by a close friend of his. Subsequently we learned that it had been written by Young himself. As far as we were able to judge, it is accurate. But this is by no means the whole story. Hardly anything about Young's political activities in the late sixties and seventies is included. Even with those omissions this is an interesting document. We tried to meet and correspond with Young, but to no avail. This account ...
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59. Gone but not forgotten [Lobster #19 (May 1990)]
... and Nigel West MI5: British Security Service operations 1909-1945 (Triad/Panther 1984) The Times 21/2 /63. The Times 10/6 /63. Inside Story (Sidgwick & Jackson 1977), p.333 ibid. p.332 ibid p.32 Castle Diaries 1974-76. p.649 KENNEDY McWHIRTER 22/10/23 -- 3/11/89 Kennedy McWhirter and Norris McWhirter in a car at an anti-nuclear march in Aldermaston. Freedom Today, the newspaper of the Freedom Association published this photograph in its February 1989 issue. It showed, in its view, the violence associated with peace demonstrations. There ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 19) May 1990 Last | Contents | Next Issue 19 Conspiracy, Conspiracy Theories and Conspiracy Research Robin Ramsay 'The unexpected and dramatic death of the famous, whether statesmen like John F Kennedy, or media stars like Marilyn Monroe, invariably give rise to conspiracy theories. ' Thus Cambridge historian, Christopher Andrew, during his disgraceful hatchet job on Hugh Thomas' books about Rudolph Hess for BBC2 's Timewatch series. (Discussed in Lobster 20 ) Like most of his comments on that programme, this just isn't true. Most media stars who die 'unexpectedly and dramatically' do so without conspiracy theories. Kenneth ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 35  -  01 May 1990  -  URL: http://www.lobster-magazine.co.uk/online/issue19/lob19-09.htm
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