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... be identified as the private intelligence agency to which Knight belonged. The involvement of the Security Service in the intelligence activities of the BEU began during the First World War. Like other right-wing groups such as the Navy League and the Anti-Socialist Union, the BEU helped Special Branch and MI5 by attempting to locate German agents, spies and saboteurs. This assistance continued when surveillance was extended to include pacifists, the anti-war movements, socialists and those engaged in war-time strikes -- all suspected of being sponsored or instigated by German agents.(21) These informal arrangements carried over into the post-war years when the Security Service became alarmed at ...
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... . In support of the earlier date, see 'L'Eglise de L'Unification', published in issue 7 (April 1975) of the Documents-Episcopat, the bulletin of the French Episcopal Conference, cited by Le Caballac p. 35. The source in question says that the North Koreans originally arrested Moon for heretical teachings and because 'he was a spy for the President of South Korea'. See Matczak, p. 7. Normally, one would assume that this was merely proferred as a post facto justification for his arrest, but it is worth remembering given his later political activities. If Moon was a spy for South Korea, however, it seems odd that the North Koreans ...
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... Commons -- Liam Clarke, Sunday World 28 February 1988 p.8 . Kincora beast wants back in Orange Order -- Martin O'Hagan, Sunday World 11 February 1990 p.19. TARA Tara: there is not the basis for peaceful co- existence -- Sunday News, 24th March 1974 p7. Colin Wallace Murder suspect Army spy? Sunday World, 28 September 1980 pp.1 and 3 Harry Irwin NOW!Gregory Voysey writes: In Lobster 17 (pp14-16) you note that Now!, a magazine owned by Sir James Goldsmith, was used to further the propaganda aims of the Pinay Circle. Now! was also involved in a scheme to ...
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... . 'Christie worked for Sir Robert Vansittart's 'private detective agency' and for the slightly more official SIS underground network known as the 'Z' organisation. This was run by Claude Dansey, who became Assistant Chief of the Secret Service in 1939. For further information see Anthony Reed and David Fisher Colonel Z: the Secret Life of a master of spies (London, 1984), pp.168-9 . See Knightley, Second oldest profession, pp.129-34. Knightley quotes the memoirs of Best, one of the SIS officers, as stating 'Hitler was to remain in power'. I can find no evidence of this remark, and it does not square with ...
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... 64, and later Vice-Lieutenant of County Tyrone in Ulster where the family estate, Blessingbourne, was situated. These bare biographical facts on Montgomery do not betray the keen interest he has for students of 20th century intelligence and espionage. While a student at Trinity College, Cambridge, he became the lover of Anthony Blunt, the Soviet spy, aka 'The Fourth Man'. In the words of Barrie Penrose and Simon Freeman, 'Most of their mutual gay friends assumed that they had begun as lovers and then, in the parlance of the homosexual world, become sisters. ' (Conspiracy of Silence, London, Grafton, 1986 p. 48). At the end ...
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... 126. 'In 1965 it [the BND, or intelligence service of the Federal Republic of Germany] assisted Indonesia's military secret service to suppress a left-wing Putsch in Djakarta, delivering sub-machine guns, radio equipment and money to the value of 300,000 marks': Heinz Hohne and Hermann Zolling, The General Was a Spy (New York: Bantam, 1972), p. xxxiii. We should not be misled by the CIA's support of the 1958 Rebellion into assuming that all U.S . Government plotting against Sukarno and the PKI must have been CIA-based. Cf. infra at footnote 126. In 1953 John Foster Dulles told the newly ...
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317. The Kincora scandal and related subjects [Lobster #19 (May 1990)]
... -- Andy Pollak, Fortnight, March/April 1982, pp.4 -5 . Why didn't Joss reveal all on Kincora -- John Carey, Sunday World, 16 May 1982, pp .28-29. Sodom and Kincora -- Phoenix, 7 January 1983, pp.12- 13. Kincora leak hinges on spies' story -- Sunday News, 20 February, 1983, p. 1. The beast who ran a boys' home, a lodge and Tara...and the people who tried to expose him -- Jim Campbell, Sunday World 10 April 1983, pp.18-19. Why the Secret Service kept McGrath ...
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... (c ) www.lobster-magazine.co.uk (Issue 19) May 1990 Last | Contents | Next Issue 19 Miscellaneous More, please In an account of his career as a writer of spy fiction (Guardian 16 November '89) John Le Carré referred to the hostile reaction received by his (unnamed) second book, presumably The Looking Glass War: 'Critics and public alike rejected the novel, but this time the spies were cross. And since the British secret service controlled large sections of the press, just as they may do today, for all I know, they made their fury felt. ' Angleton's ghost A wonderful piece of disinformation appeared in ...
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319. Gone but not forgotten [Lobster #19 (May 1990)]
... tapping and was found -- to the surprise of ministers who had served with him -- to have been a regular informant to Washington. ' (4 ) According to David Leigh's sources the MI5 officer Arthur Martin told friends before his tranfer to MI6 in November 1964, 'I did hear that -- -- -- was a spy. ' An MI5 officer from K branch confirmed to Leigh that 'We knew that -- -- -- was a CIA agent, or, if not an agent, at least very close to the Americans. ' (5 ) The deletions are in Leigh's account. The minister was Michael Stewart. It is unlikely that Stewart ...
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... .. as several of us are now doing privately what they have never been succeeded in doing - getting an 'action group' going. We are keeping it 'private and confidential', as publicity could kill it. ' What this 'action group' did is unknown. (86) It has become quite widely accepted that Ellis was a spy for the Soviets. This story first took root in Chapman Pincher's Their Trade is Treachery. Pincher added to it in a letter (6 May 1981) in The Times where he refers to Ellis joining INTERDOC and goes on to tell the story that Ellis had 'confessed' to being a Nazi spy. 'The fact that he was also ...
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