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Free Agent By Brian Crozier

Free Agent
by Brian Crozier

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Behind the Cold War an unseen war was waged for half a century, between the secret services of East and West. This account is part autobiography, part informal history. It throws light on the events of five troubled decades and shows how the West did not "win" the Cold War: the Soviet Side lost it.
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Free Agent: The Unseen War, 1941-91 by Brian Crozier

Behind the Cold War an unseen war was waged for half a century, between the secret services of East and West. By definition, this other war was invisible to the public, although at times aspects of it would burst into public view. In regular contact with Britain's SIS (MI6) and consultant to the Foreign Office's semi-secret, anti-subversion department, IRD, and to the CIA, Brian Crozier not only witnessed the unseen war from the inside, but also played an active role in it. At all times, however, he retained his freedom of action: hence the title, "Free Agent". This account of the unseen war is part autobiography, part informal history. It throws a light on the events of five troubled decades and shows how, in the last analysis, the West did not "win" the Cold War: the Soviet side lost it.

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GOR001214552
Free Agent: The Unseen War, 1941-91 by Brian Crozier
Brian Crozier
Used - Very Good
Hardback
HarperCollins Publishers
1993-07-22
400
0002551926
9780002551922
N/A
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