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The Secrets Of The Service: A Story Of Soviet Subversion Of Western Intelligence

The Secrets Of The Service: A Story Of Soviet Subversion Of Western Intelligence

By Anthony Glees

Carroll & Graf, 1987, 447 pp.

Yet another account, rather poorly organized, of Soviet moles in British intelligence, with the thesis that these moles not only transmitted information to the Soviet Union but had important influence on British policymaking-which in turn failed to see Stalin's farflung plans for Soviet expansion in the postwar world.