Witness Seminar: The Role of Intelligence Services in the Second World War
The Role of the Intelligence Services in the Second World War edited by Christopher Andrew, Richard J. Aldrich, Michael D. Kandiah and Gillian Staerck.
Institute of Contemporary British History Witness Seminar held 9 November 1994. Witnesses: Lord Annan, Vera Atkins, Kenneth Benton, Anthony Brooks, John Bruce Lockhart, Nigel Clive, Gervase Cowell, Sir Douglas Dodds-Parker, Professor M. R. D. Foot, Sir Harry Hinsley, Sir David Hunt, P. M. Lee, Leo Marks, Sir Patrick Reilly, Sir Brooks Richards, Sir Frank Roberts, Lord Sherfield, C.A.G. Simkins, Alan Stripp, Dr Michael Taunt, Edward Thomas, Sir Peter Wilkinson.
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