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Empire of Secrets: Espionage at the End of Empire

11:00am | Saturday 16 March 2013
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Intelligence historian Calder Walton ranges from wartime espionage through shady communications with African dictators to violent counter insurgencies fought in the jungles of Malaya and Kenya as he chronicles the work of British secret services in the final days of empire and during the Cold War. He uncovers CIA plots, covert activities in the colonies, KGB assassinations, and failed coups sponsored by the British and Americans. Walton is among a new generation of young intelligence historians. This, his first book, is based on recently declassified intelligence records and is full of events straight out of a spy novel.

Walton has published widely on intelligence history and has contributed to a number of books on British foreign policy and international relations. He was one of the main researchers on Christopher Andrew’s authorised history of M15.

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