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MI6: The History of the Secret...
Keith Jeffery
 
The first - and only - history of the Secret Intelligence Service, written with full and unrestricted access to the closed archives of the Service for the period...
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GCHQ (Paperback)
Richard Aldrich
 
As we become ever-more aware of how our governments "eavesdrop" on our conversations, here is a gripping exploration of this unknown realm of the British secret service: Government Communication Headquarters...
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