Callaghan, John; Phythian, Mark
April 2004
Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Apr2004, Vol. 69 Issue 1, p19
Academic Journal
Newly-declassified files on the surveillance of the CPGB leadership from its founding through to the 1950s provide afresh and important source of information on both the nature, extent and success of state surveillance, and on the CPGB leadership itself. In particular, as this article makes clear, the material contained within the files offers a valuable window on Moscow's attitude towards the CPGB and its leadership, and illustrates the way in which the leadership's public display of monolithic unity towards Moscow concealed internal doubts and divisions.


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