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Philby conspiracy

Bruce Page

Philby conspiracy

by Bruce Page

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Published by Doubleday and Co. Inc in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBruce Page, David Leitch, and Phillip Knightley.
ContributionsLeitch, David., Knightley, Phillip., Philby, Kim.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19308522M


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Philby conspiracy by Bruce Page Download PDF EPUB FB2

For a book with three authors, all of them journalists, this is an impressively well written item. Written init treats the conspiracy as involving simply Philby, Maclean and Burgess/5.

'The Philby Conspiracy' by Bruce Page, David Leitch, and Phillip Knightley is a brilliant look into their careers as respectable pillars of British society and as cunning communist agents. Wonderfully researched, this book looks at Philby's, Maclean's, Burgess's flirtation with communism during their university years and the lengths to which /5(2).

'The Philby Conspiracy' by Bruce Page, David Leitch, and Phillip Knightley is a brilliant look into their careers as respectable pillars of British society and as cunning communist agents.

Wonderfully researched, this book looks at Philby's, Maclean's, Burgess's flirtation with communism during their university years and the lengths to which Cited by: 5. Like Kipling's hero of the same name, Kim Philby was a man ""with two separate sides to his head""&#;half of which was working for England's Secret Intelligence Service, the other half for Russia for over thirty years in what must be certainly the most high handed chapters of the Great Game.

He was also the Third Man, unidentified for years while suspected by M.I. 5 (and. Get this from a library. The Philby conspiracy. [Bruce Page; David Leitch; Phillip Knightley; Mazal Holocaust Collection.] -- Kim Philby, a spy novelist at the peak of his imaginative powers, would scarcely dare to invent the story contained in these extroardinary pages.

That a son of the British establishment could, during.