The climate of treason: five who spied for Russia

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Hutchinson, 1979 - True Crime - 504 pages
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User Review  - John_Vaughan - LibraryThing

The 1930’s were a decade of rapid change perhaps because of social movements as a result of the “lost generation” of WWI, but they were also a time of poverty for the lower working class and Britain ... Read full review

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Gossipy recounting of how the infamous four Britons became spies for Stalin. I got most from anecdotes about Churchill and other British personalities of the '30s and '40s. Read full review

Contents

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RulingClass Radicals
27
The Young Misfits
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Copyright

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