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261. Miscellaneous: With Friends like these [Lobster #31 (Jun 1996)]
... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 31) June 1996 Last | Contents | Next Issue 31 Miscellaneous With Friends like these Nicholas Bethell's memoir Spies and Other Secrets (Viking, London, 1994) includes a curious section in which Bethell describes how in 1970, after he had been involved in the first publication of Solzhenitzen's Cancer Ward in the West, he was attacked by a curious alliance of the left, Private Eye, and various people in and close to the British state. 'The instigators of the attack were not Private Eye satirists but professional rivals.....experts from the Sovietology world, Kremlinologists on the fringes of ...
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262. Lobster Issue 31: Contents [Lobster #31 (Jun 1996)]
... Inside the Scott Inquiry In the Public Interest Economic Fundamentalism: a Laboratory Experiment The Nemesis File:the true story of an SAS execution squad The Kincora Scandal Winning Hearts and Minds: British Governments, the Media and Colonial Counter-Insurgency 1944-60 Intercepting Number Stations The Great Alliance: Economic Recovery and the Problems of Power 1945-51 Spy Master: The Betrayal of MI5 Fire Magic: Hi-jack at Mogadishu Defrauding America: a pattern of related scandals Science of Coercion: Communication Research and Psychological Warfare 1945-60 Lifting the Lid: A Guide to Investigative Research Sources Miscellanous Surf's up! Internet sites of interest Parish Notices Mrs Anthony Verney died in early March this year ...
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263. Post-war: private sector propaganda begins to regroup [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... and Establishment of the Foreign Office Research Department 1946-48, (History Notes, August 1995) Ibid. p. 458 This is before the Cominform rejection of the Marshall Plan, for example, over a year away in 1947; before even the March arrest of Dr Allan Nunn May and the revelation of the Canadian-based Soviet spy ring; and before Churchill's American speech in which he first used the term 'Iron Curtain'. Kenneth Young (ed.) p. 648 Merrick p. 465 Best account of IRD's early years is in Lucas and Morris. See note 21 above. Notes on a meeting between Christopher Warner and Edward Barnett, in London, Saturday ...
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264. Was there a 'communist threat'? [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... there has been quite wide agreement, across a broadish political spectrum.(165) Wyatt in 1956 claimed that the CPGB controlled the ETU and the Fire Brigades Union, nearly had control of the AEU and had considerable influence in the NUM. In 1962 the Radcliffe Committee, set up by the Macmillan government in the wake of the Vassell spy case, reported on the apparently extensive Party control of the civil service unions; and that year the Conservative MP Aidan Crawley claimed that the CPGB was strongest in the NUM, building workers and the AEU, and claimed they were making inroads into the clerical unions, citing sections of the woodworkers', the plumbers' and the painters ...
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265. Common Cause and IRIS [Lobster Special Issue: The Clandestine Caucus (199]
... realisation that they had been taken for a ride - again. On 'the Trust' see Andrew, Secret Service pp. 445-8 Ibid p. 165 Yakovlev p. 105. Soviet publications in this field are not famously accurate, but this account has since been confirmed by Tom Bower's biography of SIS chief Dick White The Perfect English Spy, pp. 206 and 7. Yakovlev quotes from what purports to be an SIS document, 'A Proposed Statement to the NTS Leadership', which, presuming it to be genuine, may have been given to the Soviets by Kim Philby or George Blake. Bower quotes a brief section from the same document. Labour Research, January ...
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... 1919 under his small, left wing Redwords imprint, spotted 'Swallows and Bolsheviks' in a paper he grabbed before catching a New Year's Eve train from Cornwall to London. He managed to squeeze an early reply into his next column in the Guardian: 'The professor's caricature of this most principled, independent and forthright of journalists as just another suborned spy is ridiculous. ' Andrew's attack on Ransome united two experts on Ransome's days in Russia, who had previously been arguing about the meaning of Russian documents concerning Ransome's work as a war correspondent in 1919. The diplomat, the historian....One of them is Hilary King, a yachtsman and retired diplomat, who was flown ...
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267. The View from the Bridge [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... and Holroyd) spoke freely. Liam Clarke, then in Northern Ireland running an agency called Irish Features (if memory serves), was one of them. Clarke wrote a number of long pieces about Wallace and Holroyd - and about Kincora - for the Catholic end of the Irish media. (See, for example, 'Framed? The spy caught up in his own web of intrigue', Sunday World, 31 May 1987, 'Garda "Spy" Now A Hero', Sunday World, May 3, 1987, and 'The MI5 Plot to Smear Paisley', Sunday World, May 17 1987.) Occasionally his name would appear in the Sunday Times on small bits ...
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268. JFK, the FBI and the Cambridge phone call [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... he received anonymous telephone call prior to the time of the President's assassination saying he would call the American Embassy in London as there would be some big news. Notes 'Redacted' in the parlance of the contemporary government information worker. This was the anonymous call received by George Wigg, the Labour MP, urging him to forget about Vassall the spy and look instead at Profumo. Wigg always claimed it was anonymous but there is good circumstantial evidence he knew the identity of the caller - John Lewis, a fellow Labour MP. See Anthony Summers and Stephen Dorril's Honeytrap: The Secret Worlds of Stephen Ward (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1987), pp. 141-2 ...
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269. The Pentagon's Psychic Research [Lobster #30 (Dec 1995)]
... Grill Flame in 1972 with the participation of Ingo Swann, Harold Puthoff and Russell Targ in SRI. Its purpose was to remote view very sensitive Soviet nuclear test sites at Semipalatinsk in Kazakhestan. It also led to the location of crashed Soviet TU-95 'Backfire' bomber in Africa. (The accuracy of this information was later verified by spy satellites.) In 1978 the DIA took over as its office of primary responsibility.(29) Pat Price gave an equally incredibly detailed account in the course of his share of experiments. Harold Puthoff gave Price a set of map coordinates for the target in a very special remote viewing experiment. The coordinates described an area roughly 135 ...
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... of the Association of Former National Security Alumni, no. 34, Fall 1995), that the CIA feels itself threatened by a DIA campaign to remilitiarize the US intelligence structure. According to Coleman the Pentagon has never forgiven President Truman for turning OSS into a supposedly civilian entity, and is well on the way to running the entire US spy apparat. I don't really believe this strict military-civilian dichotomy. CIA has long been full of military spooks - General Charles P. Cabell and Admiral Stansfield Turner, for instance. But, according to Coleman, CIA has already lost control of NSA to the Pentagon, who will also run the new Defense Human Intelligence Service ( ...
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