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By Richard Langhorne

This choice of especially commissioned essays has been assembled as a tribute to Professor F. H. Hinsley, the key historian of British wartime intelligence. Strategic issues contain the quick cave in of France in 1940, Britain's reaction to it, and Russia's call for for a moment entrance in Europe after she entered the warfare in 1941. significant diplomatic difficulties also are thought of: the administration of the British international place of work through the interval of appeasement, find out how to hinder Franco's Spain from becoming a member of the Axis, the way to deal with the placement in Yugoslavia following Tito's successes with the Partisans, and Roosevelt's doctrine of 'unconditional surrender'. The booklet concludes with an review of the case opposed to Germany over the invasion of Norway because it got here prior to the Nuremberg Tribunal.

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I thought that if that was the case he need not have been so cautious about eavesdropping, but I didn't say so. He told me war with Germany was inevitable and that it would be an advantage for one of my qualifications to prepare to have something useful to do. Soon afterwards Vincent was summoned by telephone to Broadway F. H. Hinsley and the Cambridge moles 35 Buildings near St James' Park tube station in London, the joint inter-war headquarters of SIS and GC & CS. At intervals over the next two years he returned to practise work on some of the cryptographic problems which he was expected to encounter when war came.

But while the British moles received a hero's welcome, Henri was sent straight to a labour camp. His unorthodox views had been tolerated by the KGB as long as they helped to reassure Cambridge moles upset by Stalinist excesses. But in 1951 he suddenly became expendable. Henri emerged from labour camp after Stalin's death in 1953 and resumed contact with Burgess and Maclean. For the next twenty years, as an influential member of the Soviet Writers Union, Henri was active in several campaigns against the revival of Stalinism which brought him into contact with leading dissidents.

2 While Labour had lost its way in the Depression, Russia was in the middle of the great economic transformation of the first Five Year Plan. Even Fabian intellectuals were impressed. Hitherto the apostles of the 'inevitability of gradualness', they now began to have doubts about even the 'practicability of gradualness'. It would be 'an ironic development', wrote Beatrice Webb in December 1931, 'if the highly respectable Fabian Society - the Upper Chamber of the Labour and Socialist Movement - becomes the protagonist of Soviet Communism in Great Britain .

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