qOleg Gordievsky was the highest ranking KGB officer ever to work for Britain. For eleven years, from 1974 to 1985, he acted as a secret agent, reporting to the British Secret Intelligence Service while continuing to work as a KGB officer, first in Copenhagen, then in London. He gave Western security organizations such a clear insight into the mind and methods of the KGB and the whole system of Soviet Government that he has been credited with doing more than any other individual in the West to accelerate the collapse of Communism.q qHere for the first time his extraordinary, meticulously planned escape from Russia is described. Peopled with bizarre, dangerous and corrupt characters, Gordievsky's story introduces the reader to the fantastical world of the Soviet Embassy, tells of the British MPs and trade unionists who helped and took money from the KGB, and reveals at last what the author told Margaret Thatcher and other world leaders which made him of such value to the West.q--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights ReservedOne of the ideas I had suggested made a particular impact. a#39;Tell them that 74 per cent of people in Britain have their own homes, a#39; I had suggested. a#39;Not flats, but proper houses, with several bedrooms, all the facilities, and gardens.a#39; She put thisanbsp;...
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