David Caute, “Red List: MI5 and British Intellectuals in the Twentieth Century”

A gripping history of the Security Service and its covert surveillance on British writers and intellectuals in the twentieth century In the popular imagination MI5, or the Security Service, is known chiefly as the branch of the British state responsible for chasing down those who endanger national security—from Nazi fifth columnists to Soviet spies and today’s domestic extremists. Read more
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