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... greater importance for the development of the Nazi policy of genocide, because considerably more men and resources were devoted to them than was originally thought. The early stages of the Holocaust have had to be rethought. Inevitably, which contributions seem most important in a collection such as this reflects the interests and concerns of the reviewer. Bearing this in mind, of particular interest in this are Piotr Wrobel's 'An NKVD Residentura (Residency) in the Warsaw Ghetto', Hilary Earl's 'Confessions of Wrongdoing, or How to Save Yourself from the Hangman? An Analysis of British and American Intelligence Reports of the Activities of Einsatzgruppenfuhrer Otto Ohlendorf, May-June 1945', and Norman Goda's 'True Confessions: Allied ...
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172. Brothers, reviewed [Lobster #54 (Winter 2007/8)]
... and the CIA, chiefly, which had serious vested interests in the Cold War. The centrepiece of Talbot's account of this conflict with the US military, is Cuba. For the military it was straightforward: the US had the strategic nuclear advantage (the 'missile gap' had been forgotten) and thus could and should invade Cuba. Never mind even pretending to the world that it was a Cuban insurrection the dumb little plan behind the Bay of Pigs invasion. As if the cover story would have stood! (2) Talbot has talked to the surviving members of the Kennedys' political staff and discovered, if not quite a hidden history, much new detail about JFK's struggle ...
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173. Lobster Issue 55: Contents [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... .© 2006 Lobster Contents| Cover Image After Dark, David Kelly and lessons learned, Sebastian Cody Everything's gone off the rails except the ideology, Anthony Frewin The decadence of our political system, Tim Pendry Children and the Official Secrets Act, Corinne Souza Tittle-tattle, Tom Easton Dismantling Yugoslavia: the biggest of big lies?, Robin Ramsay Mind control update, Robin Ramsay The Cecil King coup plot as precursor to Gordon Brown's 'government of all the talents', Roger Cottrell View from the bridge, Robin Ramsay Agee, the KGB and us, Robin Ramsay All the news that fits, Tom Easton Some reflections on the life, times and politics of Sir James Goldsmith, Simon ...
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... to be transmitted live and be open-ended. The conversation finishes when the guests decide, not when TV people make them stop. This combination still unique in the history of television produced, as if by magic, chatty grenades, exploding first in central Europe and then the UK, disturbing the smooth efficiency of the schedules and the peace of mind of the broadcasters with happy regularity. After Dark turned out to be some kind of anti-television experiment, a programme which, despite the careful plans and preparations of TV professionals, was actually not in our hands. Week in and week out the participants took control of the programme and used it for their own ends and in their own ...
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175. Tittle-tattle [Lobster #55 (Summer 2008)]
... Johnson and David Cameron from Bullingdon Club days, is Radek Sikorski, a former employee of Rupert Murdoch in Eastern Europe and of the American Enterprise Institute. Sikorski is now leading the charge for the siting of US missiles around Russia in his capacity as Poland's Foreign Minister. Mention Poland in British politics and the name Denis McShane MP springs to mind. The son of a Polish émigré, McShane was, like Sikorski, deeply involved in Solidarity there before he rose to prominence in international relations, in his case as Foreign Office minister. He didn't manage to match Sikorski's rise to the top job, but his influence remains considerable (Lobsters passim) through his work on behalf of ...
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176. Re: [Lobster #56 (Winter 2008/9)]
... 2006 (21) was seen by some as an indication that the US military was finally coming to understand the problems it had helped create in Iraq and Afghanistan. Not so, according to a recent RAND study. 'An examination of COIN doctrine and operations in the 1960s reveals that operations seldom matched written doctrine. Instead of winning hearts and minds, improving civil-military relations, conducting small-unit operations, and gathering intelligence, most Vietnam War commanders and units attempted to defeat the insurgency through large-scale operations and over-whelming firepower. Modern US COIN operations in Afghanistan and Iraq demonstrate a similar preference for high-intensity war-fare and a similar inability to adapt technologically and mentally to the requirements of COIN.' ( ...
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177. Lobster Issue 57: Contents [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... City's Golden Decade Paul Todd, Jonathan Bloch, and Patrick Fitzgerald, Spies, Lies, and the War On Terror David Cesarani, Major Farran's Hat: Murder, Scandal and Britain's War Against Jewish Terrorism 1945-1948 Beatrix Campbell, Agreement! The State, Conflict and Change in Northern Ireland Gordon Thomas, Secrets and Lies: A history of CIA mind control and germ warfare Michael Phayer, Pius XII, the Holocaust and the Cold War Paul Feldman, Unmasking the State: a rough guide to real democracy Warrick Funnell, Robert Jupe and Jane Andrew, In Government We Trust: market failure and the delusions of privatisation Perter Evans, Within the Secret State: a disturbing study of the ...
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178. 007: a new theory (Book reviews) [Lobster #9 (Sep 1985)]
... US sources have since alleged that the message was a Soviet fabrication (a claim without evidence or motive). As KAL007 never landed on Sakhalin, safely or otherwise, it is reasonable to assume that the "safe on Sakhalin" message was a deliberate lie. It was a lie with far-reaching effects. Firstly, it set the world's mind at rest about 007. At the time of the broadcast 007 was several hours late at Seoul- clearly a news story in the making. Moreover, Tokyo, assuming 007 to have been where its pilot told them it was- on the normal Alaska/South Korean route- had sent out a force of rescue ships and aircraft ...
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179. It's all Jacques to me [Lobster #57 (Summer 2009)]
... it to destruction, find a lot of second-raters who have been hired to churn copy in the metropolitan media, turn the big idea into a book full of assertions, get the second-raters deeply excited about something that gives them a reason to look like 'intellect-uals', stir, simmer and serve up at dinner parties to hungry third- rate minds in the political class. Yawn! Jacques and New Labour raise the question of what it is to be 'left' because two old definitions are now dead. The first related to the Enlightenment and placed reason against faith; yet reason is deeply flawed as a guide to life. The new neuroscience gives us a much more nuanced view ...
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180. Destabilising the Wilson government 1974-76 [Lobster #11 (Apr 1986)]
... (104) Wilson adds, interestingly enough, that (somehow) he knew that Winston Churchill MP had heard the story.(105) (d) Harold Wilson and Marcia Williams had visited the Soviet Union and were KGB controlled. Winston Churchill MP hints at this to Pencourt: "The question that does arise in many peoples' minds is the fact that he has paid no fewer than 19 visits to the Soviet Union. And that does provide the other side with certain opportunities." (106) Sir Walter Walker told Pencourt that "he had seen filmed interviews with Harold Wilson on his return from official visits to the Soviet Union... (and he ...
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