Russian Roulette: How British Spies Defeated Lenin

November 2, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

A great read that uncovered a lot of intrigue A great read that uncovered a lot of intrigue. It was truly gripping stuff and I learned quite a lot about the post first world war era and the pressures on the west from the bolshevics. One of those books that i couldn’t put down very easily.

Anonymous says:

Great insight into the world of spying in WW2 As gripping as I expected as I am among the many admirers of Giles Milton. Very easy five stars and would recommend.

Anonymous says:

Infiltration, Dirty Tricks and the last few years of the Great Game Giles Milton on cracking form again. This times it’s about the setting up of SIS (“MI6”) during the first world war, and its actions just before the Bolshevik Revolution (including involvement in the assassination of Rasputin!) and in the first few years of the Soviet Union. Featuring the original “C”, Arthur Ransome and Reilly Ace of Spies – fascinating

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