Berger, Arion
August 1994
New Republic;8/15/94, Vol. 211 Issue 7, p9
Presents an article about a Sotheby auction of the personal effects of Soviet spy Kim Philby in London, England in 1994. Background of Philby; Description of the Grosvenor Room where the auction was held; Range of auction prices of his personal effects.


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