Tag Archive for Kim Philby

Espionage in the gay milieu of mid-20th century Washington

Kim Philby

Kim Philby in 1955.

From my new piece in the U.K. Telegraph, a look at the gay milieu of Washington as the Cold War spy games played out:

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Minneapolis native’s ‘Ghost’ is a gripping bio of a CIA spy hunter 

Morley at LancerIn Angleton, he has a character beyond the imagination of John LeCarré, perhaps even of Patricia Highsmith.

Source: Minneapolis native’s ‘Ghost’ is a gripping bio of a CIA spy hunter – StarTribune.com

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Espionage 101: With Professor Kim Philby

BBC has uneaarthed amazing footage of Soviet spy Kim Philby talking to a group of Stasi agents in East Germany his espionage against the ruling classes of the West.

Chasing shadows amid the seven veils

In response to the “Does the NSA target JFK websites?” post we had many compelling comments.

Anthony Martin writes: Read more