The Secret Police at Kew

Harvey, A.D.
December 1998
Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Winter98, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p298
Academic Journal
Discusses papers released in 1997 by the Great Britain Public Record Office, that throw curious light on the history of Britain's 'Secret Police.' Founding of the MI5 secret police organization; Types of crimes investigated by the MI5; Safekeeping of files during the two World Wars.


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