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Kim Philby holding a press conference after being cleared of spying charges by foreign secretary Harold Macmillan in

Here is an interesting photo collection of women with cigarettes in the 1950s. Some of them are so funny!      Naturally, it is important th...

Spanish fashion model, Teresita Montes, sister of the film star Maria Montes, sitting under a Parisian beauty salons hairdryer smoking a cigarette. (Photo by Serge Berton/BIPs/Getty Images).

The Stasi fashion show: East German spy archive showcases the art of disguise - Photos

The Stasi fashion show: East German spy archive showcases the art of disguise

The Goofy Undercover Getups Worn By The Stasi In Eastern Europe - Neatorama

Siouxsie and The Banshees - Amoeba Music

Siouxsie and The Banshees - Amoeba Music

Melita Norwood, an 87-year-old great-grandmother, reads a statement outside her London home after being unmasked as one of the Soviet Union's top Cold War spies who passed atomic secrets to Moscow, giving the Soviet Union a vital edge in the arms race. ©   REUTERS NEWMEDIA INC./CORBIS       Read more: http://www.faqs.org/espionage/Co-Cop/Cold-War-1945-1950-the-Start-of-the-Atomic-Age.html#ixzz2krMO7Hcd

Cold War the Start of the Atomic Age - Roots of the Cold War

Donald Maclean was a British diplomat who spied for the Soviet Union in the Second World War and beyond. He was recruited as a "straight penetration agent" (not a double agent) while an undergraduate at Cambridge by the Soviet intelligence service. His actions are thought to have contributed to the 1948 Soviet blockade of Berlin and the onset of the Korean War. As a reward for his espionage activities, Maclean was brevetted as a colonel in the Soviet KGB.

An early glimpse of Donald Maclean, Cambridge spy

Donald Maclean was a British diplomat who spied for the Soviet Union in the Second World War and beyond. He was recruited as a "straight penetration agent" (not a double agent) while an undergraduate at Cambridge by the Soviet intelligence service. His actions are thought to have contributed to the 1948 Soviet blockade of Berlin and the onset of the Korean War. As a reward for his espionage activities, Maclean was brevetted as a colonel in the Soviet KGB.

Inside Trader book cover

Inside Trader Trader Faulkner Come and hear Trader Faulkner talk about his career in theatre from London stages to more recent times a.

10 best: Russian Spy Melita Norwood  //1912–2005  She was the seemingly innocuous assistant to the director of one of Britain’s atomic research centres, who coolly passed the secrets of the atom bomb to Russia for 37 years, before finally being identified in 1999.

The 10 best real-life spies – in pictures

10 best: Russian Spy Melita Norwood She was the seemingly innocuous assistant to the director of one of Britain’s atomic research centres, who coolly passed the secrets of the atom bomb to Russia for 37 years, before finally being identified in

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All about Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy by John le Carré. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers

There are so many great books here, but most kids won't read them for school. But the Twilight inclusion is a little suspect....

There are so many great books here, but most kids won't read them for school.

Educational infographic & Data 100 Best Books of the Century Infographic. Image Description 100 Best Books of the Century Infographic

Phillip Adams with Anne Deveson

Waging Peace - public forum with Anne Deveson

Anthony Blunt, member of Cambridge spy ring who negotiated immunity in the 60s, and was then outed as a KGB agent in the Thatcher years

Anthony Blunt, member of Cambridge spy ring who negotiated immunity in the and was then outed as a KGB agent in the Thatcher years

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