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TRIPLEX : secrets from the Cambridge spies

Author: Nigel West; Oleg Tsarev
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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TRIPLEX reveals more clearly than ever before the precise nature and extent of the damage done to the much-vaunted British intelligence establishment during World War II by the notorious 'Cambridge Five' spy ring - Kim Philby, Donald Maclean, Guy Burgess, Anthony Blunt, and John Cairncross. The code word TRIPLEX refers to an exceptionally sensitive intelligence source, one of the most closely guarded secrets of the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Archives
History
Sources
Named Person: Anthony Blunt; Kim Philby; John Cairncross; Anthony Blunt; John Cairncross; Kim Philby
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nigel West; Oleg Tsarev
ISBN: 9780300123470 0300123477
OCLC Number: 315239201
Notes: Includes index.
Description: x, 363 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Part I. Anthony Blunt's MI[subscript 5] Documents. 1. The Swedish Naval Attache --
2. Japanese Suspects, October 1941 --
3. Neutral Attaches in London, September 1943 --
4. Diplomatic Missions in London --
5. MI[subscript 5]'s History ---
Part II. Kim Philby's SIS Documents. 6. Colonel Vivian's Briefing, 1943 --
7. ISOS, March 1943 --
8. Breaking Soviet Ciphers --
9. SIS Sources for Strategic Appreciations --
10. C's Directive, September 1944 --
11. Report from Philby, December 1944 --
12. Philby's Memo to C, November 1944 --
13. Section IX Personnel --
14. Commander Dunderdale's SLC, July 1945 --
15. Memo on Penetrating Russia --
16. Colonel Vivian's Reply to the Memo --
17. SIS Symbols, 23 July 1947 --
18. SIS Internal Country Codes Used Up to the Second Half of 1946 --
19. Report on SIS Reorganisation, July 1945 --
20. Colonel Vivian's Memo, September 1944 --
21. The XK Problem in SIS, 6 September 1944 --
22. Report on the Mediterranean Inspection, August 1944 --
23. Report on the Western Mediterranean Inspection, August 1944 --
24. The Structure of SIS --
25. The Reorganisation of SIS --
26. Telegrams from SIS's Moscow Station, July 1942 --
27. SIS Plans for Anti-Soviet Operations, June 1944 --
28. Blueprint for SIS's Post-War Organisation --
29. Symbols of SIS's Senior Personnel --
30. SIS's Internal Structure, March 1946 ---
Part III. John Cairncross's Documents. 31. Lord Hankey's Inquiry into SIS and MI5, 1940 --
32. Message from EDWARD, 29 November 1944 --
33. Philby's Letter to Peter Loxley, September 1944, with the Curry Memorandum on Soviet Espionage --
34. PeterLoxley's Letter to Colonel Vivian, November 1944 ---
Part IV. NKVD Reports. 35. Confession of the SIS Agent Aleksandr S. Nelidov --
36. British Deception Schemes, May 1944 --
37. MI[subscript 5] Surveillance of Foreign Diplomatic Missions --
38. MI[subscript 5]'S Targeting of Foreign Diplomatic Missions in London --
39. Elena Modrzhinskaya's Report, April 1943 --
40. Dossier on Harold Gibson, September 1949.
Responsibility: edited by Nigel West and Oleg Tsarev.

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