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... environmentalists and/ or the ultra-right. Even the title is misleading. She never met Hitler (so cannot, logically, have been his 'Priestess') and was not even in Germany during the crucial years of the Third Reich. A long-term resident of India, where she associated with ultra-nationalist Hindus, she spied for the Japanese, providing them with information that helped them occupy Burma in 1941/1942. Finally reaching Germany in 1949, she got herself arrested and imprisoned for six months for pasting up pro-Nazi/Holocaust denial leaflets. Happily martyred, she travelled widely as a resident groupie of the post 1945 Nazi circuit, giving it ...
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... ultra-right (of which he was a keen member) to smear and damage a number of mainstream politicians, mainly the Asquith Liberals, who were seen to threaten the emerging Lloyd George corporate/military state. Hoare sketches the background against which this unfolded. Theatrical, social and sexual mores are analysed, as are both the enemy spy hysteria of 1915 and the belief of the time in a unique German /Jewish form of decadence (cue Krafft-Ebing and Freud). The grind of a nation fighting a protracted modern war (death, bereavement, rationing and epidemics) is detailed. The connection this has with the politics of the time is slightly unclear, ...
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... ) Now a lot of this has been said before, notably by 'revisionist' historians such as Joyce and Gabriel Kolko.(3 ) But I am not aware that there are many witnesses of the OSS days, nor even subsequent commentators who have actually come clean and admitted to the existence of people in the outfit whose job was to spy on the British. It has no doubt been alleged - but this is proof. It would be good to know more. Peace Plots Lobster 37 contained a review by Simon Matthews of Richard Griffiths' Patriotism Perverted: Captain Ramsay, the Right Club and British Anti-Semitism. Matthews mentions two 'bombshells'. The first concerns negotiations ...
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214. Nothern Ireland redux [Lobster #38 (Winter 1999)]
... Labour MP and later SDP member of the House of Lords, John Diamond, was taken in 1964.The picture was extremely fuzzy - presumably taken with a long lens - and it is impossible to tell whether the two women are 20 or 50, never mind whether they were attractive or not. Livingstone states in his column: 'The spy master Peter Wright, of Spycatcher fame, makes no mention in his book of the extensive work he undertook in Ireland, yet he was the central figure among the group of MI5 officers trying to bring down the Labour government. ' In Spycatcher, Wright refers to his time in Northern Ireland on pp. 358 and 59. If ...
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... explained.(52) One allegation is that Paul was in the pay of the paparazzi, receiving money from them in exchange for'...providing details of guest movements, enabling the photographers to be in position to snatch pictures of the celebrities. '( 53) Richard Tomlinson believed that he was an MI6 informer paid to spy on Diana and Dodi. Other sources claim that Paul was also a Mossad agent and an informant for the French foreign intelligence service. As Head of Security at the Ritz, Paul would have been ideally placed to observe and monitor the comings and goings of the guests. Regular reporting to the security services may also account for the money ...
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216. Spy Flights of the Cold War (Book review) [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 37) Sumer 1999 Last | Contents | Next Issue 37 Spy Flights of the Cold War Paul Lashmar Sutton Publishing, Stroud (UK), 1996 12.99 (pb) Beautifully produced, large (trade) format, with many photographs, this is the story of the US and later US-UK spy flights round - and over - the Soviet Union during the Cold War. Alternatively, it is the story of a protracted series of skirmishes between the Soviet and US air forces as the US risked war in its efforts to penetrate 'the Iron Curtain'. Lashmar reports that more than ...
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217. Spooks. Hollis. Tomlinson [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 37) Sumer 1999 Last | Contents | Next Issue 37 Spooks Hollis again What with the opening of the KGB archives and the testimony of Oleg Gordievsky, you might be forgiven for thinking that the question, Was MI5 Director-General Roger Hollis a Soviet spy? had been answered conclusively and resoundingly 'No'. You would be wrong - or so says the doyen of British espionage writers, Chapman Pincher. In a piece in the Western Daily Mail on 4 August 1998, Pincher reported the following. A Mr Einar Sanden, living in Cardiff, has researched the life of a famous Estonian footballer ...
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... -interest loan, while promising to buy a million tons of Cuban sugar per annum. The 'Hilton Hotel' at which Jones was staying was the temporary home of a Sputnik satellite that the Soviets had put on display. According to former CIA officer Melvin Beck, the CIA was trying to photograph it, and the lobby was crawling with spies from as many five different services (FBI, CIA, KGB, GRU and DGI). While one cannot say that Jones's 1960 visit to Cuba was necessarily a spying mission, the circumstantial evidence suggests that it was. That is to say, virtually every element of the trip can be shown to have been of particular interest to ...
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... Cold War when it took place after 1945) were not as ineffectual or cranky as one would have supposed even a decade ago. A sobering thought. Notes The shabby era of appeasement and the Phoney War remains a taboo subject in many respects - even at the level of popular fiction. Len Deighton made his name with the Harry Palmer spy thrillers, three of which, The Ipcress File (1962), Funeral in Berlin (1964) and Billion Dollar Brain (1965), were immediately filmed. The other book in the series, Horse under Water (1963), about a Tory MP trying to stop the release of his WWII business dealings with the Nazis did ...
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220. KAL 007: 16 Years Later [Lobster #37 (Summer 1999)]
... people everywhere. It was an act of barbarism. ' It was nearly a week before the USSR owned up to its deed. When it did, its spokesmen were adamant that KAL 007 had been on a deliberate 'spy mission', one which included a ten minute 'rendezvous' with one of our RC-135 (Cobra Ball) spy planes. The alleged rendezvous occurred as the airliner approached the strategically important Kamchatka Peninsula. The White House ignored the accusation. However, Speaker Jim Wright, leaving a White House briefing, let it slip that there had indeed been an RC-135 near KAL 007's flight path. The Administration's image of certainty of Soviet guilt began to ...
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