The Magnificent Five on the Information and Processing Apparatus


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The Magnificent Five on the Information and Processing Apparatus
Offensive Counter Intelligence Operations in the Cold War
This intelligence study will analyze the important problems in offensive counterintelligence gathering methods that required a clarification of information and processing due to the success of the Magnificent Five (MF). The important variables involving the development of Russian infiltration into British Intelligence Services during WWII and into the Cold War era define the major lapses in formation gathering that could have linked these five subversive agents in the passing of information to the Soviets. The example of Foreign Secretary Harold MacMillan missing Philby’s involvement in the spy ring defines why there...
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