"C": the secret life of Sir Stewart Graham Menzies, spymaster to Winston Churchill

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Macmillan, 1987 - History - 830 pages
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The only journalist ever to interview "C" presents a definitive, illustrated biography of the British spymaster and a chronicle of his legendary career

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"C": the secret life of Sir Stewart Graham Menzies, spymaster to Winston Churchill

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The subject of this monumental biography was head of the British Secret Service, SIS, during World War II and until 1952. Many of his agency's triumphs against the Third Reich are described and ... Read full review

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Very detailed Sir Stewart Menzies biography and the behind-the-scenes espionage that enabled the Allies to win WWII. Sir Stewart Menzies presided over the Ultra Secret. He and Winston Churchill made ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER One The Golden Lads 189o1915
13
ORIGINS
15
JACK AND SUSANNAH
20
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

Anthony Cave Brown is the author of Treason in the Blood, On a feild of Red, Bodyguard of Lies, and biographies of Stewart Menzies and William S. Dinivan. He currently lives in Broad Run, Virgina.

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