Lobster Issue 37: Summer 1999
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- Jonestown. The secret life of Jim Jones: a parapolitical figure by Jim Hougan
- Ryan and the numbers
- The cause and manner of death
- The NOIWON alert
- Richard Dwyer
- Dr. Sukhdeo and Dr Hersch
- The dogs that didn't bark
- Jones and Mitrione in Richmond
- Jones in the 1950s
- Jones and Father Divine
- Jones goes to Cuba
- Jim Jones, his passport and the CIA
- Jones in South America
- Belo Horizonte
- Jones in Rio
- And the train robbers...
- Langley-Porter Neuropsychiatric Instritute
- JFK. The two Oswalds by Anthony Frewin
- A message from Moscow by Alex Cox
- Review of "One Hell of a Gamble: Kruschev, Castro and Kennedy" by Alexandra Fursenko and Timothy Naftali. Publ. 1997.
- The big switch?
- War Stories. RAF colluded in Hess flight by Andrew Rosthorn
- A very big RAF secret
- Enter Hauptman Horn
- The doppelganger
- A Luftwaffe
- Peace plotting. Patriotism Perverted Captain Ramsay, the Right Club and British anti-semitism 1939/1940 by Richard Griffiths, reviewed by Simon Matthews.
- The Churchill myth. Churchill and the Secret Service by David Stafford. Publ. 1998. Reviewed by John Newsinger.
- The Bolshevik menace
- 'Flirting with treason'
- The View from the Bridge
- Alien baloney (ref: http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Crete/9923/MJ12.html)
- What Jack told Marilyn?
- The return of Jeff Bale
- Spotlight on Girard
- The world is full of nutters
- Who's scrubbing old Brillo pad?
- Tom Spencer, MEP, RIP
- Storming teacups!
- IRD is dead! Long live IRD
- A familiar ring?
- More searchlight ties
- Official: CIA does mean 'Cocaine Importing Agency' after all
- The Gringo doctrine
- Another cunning Commie plot
- Electronic Privacy and the Encryption Debate by Jane Affleck.
Attempts by intelligence and law enforcement to control new technologies.
- Intelligence/law enforcement concerns
- UK policy on crypto
- Recent developments
- The Internet
- New Labour Notes
- John Smith: Old Labour's lost leader?
- BAP (British-American Project)
- Robin Cook at the Foreign Office
- Sierra Leone
- KAL 007: 16 Years Later by Robert W. Allardyce
(Details on the author's book on this subject at http://www.vgernet.net/roberta)
- Hollis again
- New theats? New eats?
- Don't shoot, I'm a journalist
- Tomlinsonia 2
- Book reviews
- Britain's Secret Propaganda War by Paul Lashmar and James Oliver.
- Spy Flights of the Cold War by Paul Lashmar. Publ. 1996.
- This Blessed Plot: Britain and Europe from Churchill to Blair, by Hugo Young. Publ. 1998
- The Irish War: The Military History of a Domestic Conflict, by Toby Geraghty. Publ. 1998. Reviewed by John Newsinger.
- Mind Controllers by Armen Victorian. Publ. 1999.
- Last Talons of the Eagle Secret Nazi Technology which could have changed the course of WWII, by Gary Hyland and Anton Gill. Publ. 1998. Reviewed by Simon Matthews.
- Flying Saucers over Los Angeles. The UFO craze of the 1950s, by Dwayne B. Johnson and Kenn Thomas. Publ. 1998.
- Flying Saucers over America, Steamshovel Supplement to Flying Saucers over Los Angeles. Publ. 1998.
- Philby: The Hidden Years, by Morris Riley. Publ. 1999.
- Cowboys into Gentlemen: Rhodes Scholars, Oxford, and the Creation of an American Elite, by Thomas J. and Kathleen Schaeper. Publ. 1998.
- Looking for Trouble. The Life and Times of a Foreign Correspondent, by Richard Beeston. Publ. 1997.
- Fascism: Theory and Practice, by Dave Renton. Publ. 1999.
- The Rape of Socialism, by Donovan Pedelty. Reviewed by Raymond Challinor.
- Meet the new boss... same as the old boss (ref: Free Life Commentary http://freespace.virgin.net/old.whig/flc028.htm)
- CIA officers (with SIS officers) infiltrated United Nations inspectors search Iraq (ref: http://www.fair.org)
- Ace Hayes of the Portland Free Space is seeking funds to create a Memorial Research Centre
- Flatland No 16 (Ref: http://www.flatlandbooks.com)
- Bombing of Earth's First Judi Bari
- Kenn Thomas' attempts to get Timothy Leary's FBI files via the FOIA
- Disinformation operation by South African intelligence (FAPLA)
- A memoir of radical politics in the mid-West of the 1930s
- Interview with Flatland editor Jim Martin
- From Mark Hollingworth on David Shayler
- From Mick Jones on Ruth Fischer (aka Elfriede Eisler)
- From Scott Newton on Keynes.
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