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PHILBY, THE SPY WHO BETRAYED A GENERATION by  Phillip  David; Knightley - Paperback - 1969 - from Ravenswood Books and


by Page, Bruce; Leitch, David; Knightley, Phillip

Condition: Good+

England: Penguin. Good+. 1969. Softcover. Light edge & corner wear, small tear to back cover has left a tiny tear to the last few pages. Age tanning to cover & pages. Internal pages are clean & tight other than above. B/w photos. "Throughout the years of greatest East-West tension every British intelligence effort was jeopardized, because the head of anti-Soviet operations in the Secret Intelligence Service was himself a Soviet agent. In this book three Sunday Times journalists piece together the scarcely credible story of Kim Philby...." (noto) ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall .


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