4 edition of private life of Kim Philby found in the catalog.
private life of Kim Philby
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Rufina Philby, Mikhail Lyubimov and Hayden Peake.|
|Contributions||Lyubimov, Mikhail., Peake, Hayden B., 1932-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 449 p. :|
|Number of Pages||449|
The answer will not be found in the centerpiece of ''The Private Life of Kim Philby,'' a page memoir by his widow, Rufina Philby, recounting the final years of the cold war's most fabled defector, a man who was considered a candidate for chief of the British secret service even as he was spying for the Soviet Union. Ben Macintyre's account of Kim Philby's long friendship with the MI6 spy Nicholas Elliott is a riveting read Kim Philby in London in he was a KGB agent into the 60s. Photograph: Hulton Archive.
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THE PRIVATE LIFE OF KIM PHILBY. The Moscow Years. By Rufina Philby, Mikhail Lyubimov and Hayden Peake. Illustrated. pp. New York: Fromm International. $ Rare Film Emerges Of Double-Agent Kim Philby Speaking After Defection: The Two-Way "It is a very, very dirty story," the notorious .
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Masterspy Kim Philby's secret life is far stronger than any spy fiction. Recruited by the Soviet KGB at Cambridge in the s, he made his way into the British Secret Intelligence Service where he became head of its anti-Soviet section, then liaison officer in Washington with the CIA and FBI—revealing everything he learned to his Moscow bosses/5(16).
What this book offers us is basically in four sections - 1) a personal memoir by Rufina, the last in his series of wives, of the last 18 years of Philby's life: 2) some more stuff straight from the horse's mouth so to speak: 3) an essay on Philby by Mikhail Lyubimov; and lastly a survey of the Philby literature up to by the former American /5(16).
Masterspy Kim Philby's secret life is far stronger than any spy fiction. Recruited by the Soviet KGB at Cambridge in the s, he made his way into the British Secret Intelligence Service where he became head of its anti-Soviet section, then liaison officer in Washington with the CIA and FBIrevealing everything he learned to his Moscow bosses/5.
Many books have been written about Kim Philby, the man often called the most remarkable spy in the history of espionage, but little is known about the last twenty-five years of his life after he defected to Moscow in Now his Russian widow, Rufina, breaks her silence to tell the truth about her eighteen years of marriage to the British-born spy and his turbulent life in the Soviet.
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Kim Philby, highly placed in the British Secret Service, became the most famous undercover agent of the Cold War. He eventually defected to the Soviet Union, where he spent his last 25 years. Philby's Russian widow (his fourth wife), recounting life in their Moscow flat, presents quotidian details of his generally dull existence after a career.
The Soviet master spy's widow reveals what really happened after he defected to Russia. Rufina Philby was married to Kim Philby for the last eighteen years of his life and was his constant companion.
She lives in Moscow. Hayden Peake is a former CIA l Lyubimov, a longtime friend of Philby's, was a senior KGB officer." a remarkable Author: Rufina Philby. Rufina Ivanovna Pukhova (Russian: Руфина Ивановна Пухова; born 1 September ) is a Russian memoir was the last wife of Kim Philby, a KGB double agent who rose in rank through British Intelligence along with the Cambridge Five.
She met Philby through George a and Philby married in She is the author of The Private Life of Kim Philby:. The Private Life of Kim Philby: The Moscow Years Rufina Philby, Author, Rufina Filbi, Author, Mikhail Lyubimov, With Fromm International $32 (p) ISBN Buy this book.
Description: Title: The Private Life of Kim Philby: The Moscow Years Author: Rufina Philby Publisher: Fromm International Publishing Date: Edition: First Binding: Hardcover Pages: including index Illustrated: Yes Interior Condition: Solid binding, complete and intact.
Very good; Exterior Condition: Very good Dust Jacket: Yes, very good Size: 8vo Comments: This Seller Rating: % positive. Masterspy Kim Philby's secret life is far stronger than any spy fiction. Recruited by the Soviet KGB at Cambridge in the s, he made his way into the British Secret Intelligence Service where he became head of its anti-Soviet section, then liaison officer in Washington with the CIA and FBI—revealing everything he learned to his Moscow : Rufina Philby.
The Private Life of Kim Philby The Moscow Years Fromm International. Read the Review. Before Kim. I was born on 1 September in the heart of Moscow on Rozhdestvenka Street.
That same year Kim, already committed to the cause that was to shape his life, became the treasurer of the Cambridge University Socialist Society.
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Book Descriptions: Much has been written about British spy Kim Philby, but little is known about the last 25 years of his life after he defected to Moscow in Now his Russian widow Rufina ends her isolation & tells the truth about her 18 years of marriage to Philby.
Philby, recruited as a Soviet spy when he was young, thought he would be rewarded with a senior KGB post, but. Early life. Born in Ambala, Punjab, British India, Philby was the son of Dora Johnston and St John Philby, an author, Arabist and explorer.
St John was a member of the Indian Civil Service (ICS) and later a civil servant in Mesopotamia and advisor to King Ibn Sa'ud of Saudi Arabia. Nicknamed "Kim" after the boy-spy in Rudyard Kipling's novel Kim, Philby attended Aldro Alma mater: Trinity College, Cambridge.
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With Hayden Peake and Mikhail Lyubimov. NY: Fromm International, pp. Ill. Kim Philby spent almost a third of his life in Moscow, from his defection in to his death inage He. The Private Life of Kim Philby. Ms. Philby talked about her book The Private Life of Kim Philby: The Moscow Years, published by Fromm book.[Ebook]: Spectral Mourning In Contemporary British Fiction: John Banville's The Sea, Tim Parks' Destiny, And Ian Mc Ewan's The Child In Time by Katharina Bauer.
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