Intrepid's Last Secrets (Paperback)
Then and Now: History, Spies and Lies
FriesenPress, 9781525524141, 552pp.
Publication Date: July 22, 2019
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Intrepid's Last Secrets: Then and Now explores The Milner Group's history in Canada, from its relationship to Canadian prime ministers of the first half of the twentieth century - to its probable impact on modern cultural policy and government. Both British and American strands of the group are explored with a study of some of the prominent early members, their philosophies, and their strategic influence on events and our lives.
The book includes the final interview with the late Svetlana Gouzenko, who, along with her husband Igor, fled to Canada from the Soviet Union in 1945. The information they brought with them revealed massive Soviet espionage in the West and helped trigger the Cold War. A few of Stephenson's former British Security Coordination (BSC) agents tell their story for the first time and the organization's major area of accomplishment - World War II communications (the genesis of the so-called "Five Eyes" agreement) - is explained.
Meticulously researched and engagingly written, Intrepid's Last Secrets presents a unique, fascinating, and ultimately deeply chilling take on modern history....