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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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... was one of the 'great and the good' to be wheeled out every time some little tricky problem arose which needed safe hands to deal with it. KEY $ Name appeared in the original edition. This is additional information. A further list of corrections will appear in a future issue. (WIA) Material taken from the documentary 'The Spy Who Never Was' about Peter Wright on World in Action ITV 16 July 1984. Not all the names supplied by Wright were mentioned or published. I should have mentioned in the Lobster Special that names are also included of those people who were expelled from countries for supposed espionage activities or in retaliation for other expulsions. This isn't too ...
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53. Truth Twisting: notes on disinformation [Lobster #19 (May 1990)]
... rights mission in October 1989 when one British delegate -- the Reverend Michael Bourdeaux, Director of Keston -- was refused a visa by the Soviet authorities. (Guardian 11 October '89) The Jamestown Foundation, the 'private' CIA operation to handle Soviet-bloc defectors; see, for example, 'Communist turmoil brings exodus of Cold War spies', in Guardian 9 December '89. The late Joseph Josten. And so on. Deacon usefully reminds his reader of British State sponsorship of disinformation in spy fiction, a notable example of which is the 1981 'novel', The KGB Directive, by Richard Cox. Born in 1931, Cox is a former First Secretary in the ...
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... See, e.g . Chapman Pincher, a right-wing British journalist with close links to British intelligence, Pincher (1985) pp.1 -6 , 259-60 and passim; Sejna (1982) and de Borchgrave (1986) pp.31-9 , as well as the latter's editorial, 'Bum Tips and Spies' in the New York Times (12 August 1981) p. A27. For a contrary view see the editorial by ex CIA officer Rositzke, 'KGB Disinformation', New York Times (21 July 1981) p. A15. For some examples regarding the papal assassination plot, see note 17. For examples, see the many ...
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55. The final testimony of George Kennedy Young [Lobster #19 (May 1990)]
... Chief Justice of the Dutch East Indies, and, like him, an accomplished linguist. Their shared taste in classical music and Alpine walking provided an essential relief from the fate, as he used to warn new MI6 officers in his introductory lecture, which befell the villain Gashford in Barnaby Rudge: 'He took service in the honourable corps of spies and informers employed by the Government. As one of these wretched underlings he served, now abroad now at home, and long endured the miseries of such a station. ' Last | Contents | Next ...
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... described by my 'paranoid'. I wrote back, thanking him for the article, acknowledged that it was one for him, and repeated that I still didn't believe his story. Later I mentioned the idea that the spooks fed material into novels to Fred Holroyd, and, to my surprise, he told me that one of Britain's leading spy fiction writers had cheerfully confirmed that the spooks did indeed send him material they wanted planting in his books. The perceptible increase in this country of interest in conspiracies is difficult to explain. Is it the result of the slow break-up of the English ruling elite and a related break-down in their control over the information suly ...
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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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... 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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... 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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