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The Mask of Treachery: Anthony Blunt - The Most Dangerous Spy in History By John Costello

The Mask of Treachery: Anthony Blunt - The Most Dangerous Spy in History
by John Costello

This book identifies Anthony Blunt as not the fourth man but the first man, who recruited everyone else into the net, but managed to convince his interviewers that he was more innocent than he seemed.
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This book identifies Anthony Blunt as not the fourth man but the first man, who recruited everyone else into the net, but managed to convince his interviewers that he was more innocent than he seemed. John Costello reveals that after the war Blunt went to Germany on a mission for the Royals, and Costello's evidence is corroborated by copies of documents located in Washington copied to them by M15 and M16. John Costello was Secretary of the Union and Chairman of the Conservative Association. A former LWT and BBC television producer, he is the author of "The Pacific War", "Sex and War" and co-author of "D-Day" and "The Battle of the Atlantic" and "The Concorde Conspiracy".

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Sku
GOR001679153
Title
The Mask of Treachery: Anthony Blunt - The Most Dangerous Spy in History
Author
Condition
Good
Binding type
Paperback
Publisher
Pan Macmillan
Year published
Number of pages
608
ISBN 10
0330309927
ISBN 13
9780330309929
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N/A
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The book has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Some minor wear to the spine.