My Silent War : The Autobiography of a Spy
by Kim Philby
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In the annals of espionage, a name that dominates all others: that of HAR”Kim” Philby, the leader of the legendary Cambridge spiesA member of the British establishment, Philby joined the Secret Intelligence Service in 1940, became head of the USSR counter-espionage, and, like the M16 liaison with the CIA and FBI, betrayed all the secrets of Allied operations to the Russians, mortally compromising the secret operations to push back the Iron Curtain, in the early years of the Cold WarWritten from Moscow in 1967, My Silent War shook the world and introduced a new archetype into fiction: the young spyHe was inspired by John Le Carre’s Smiley novels and, later, Graham Greene’s spying novelsKim Philby was the most successful spy storyHe was also an outstanding writer who gave us the great emblematic history of the Cold War and revolutionized, in the process, the art of spying writing
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