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East Germany Wasn't Alone In Spying On Its Own Literary Intellectuals
Britain did it too, but "truth told, this is most often a comedy of errors. We see that the security services - MI5 often, and Special Branch unfailingly - were useless at spying on intellectuals." The Guardian (UK) 03/07/13
Posted March 10, 2013 11:06 AM




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