- Author:Chapman Pincher
- Publisher:St Martins Pr; 1st U.S. ed edition (July 1, 1987)
- Pages:346 pages
- Subcategory:True Crime
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Pincher's book is unbalanced, ignoring recent CIA exposes, for example. His primary audience will be believers in the "evil empire" concept. Others should be wary of the unproven assertions and doctrinaire conclusions.
Pincher's book is unbalanced, ignoring recent CIA exposes, for example. Gregor A. Preston, Univ.
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Henry Chapman Pincher (29 March 1914 – 5 August 2014) was an English journalist, historian, and novelist whose writing mainly focused on espionage and related matters, after some early books on scientific subjects. Pincher was born in Ambala, Punjab, to English parents. His father, Richard Chapman Pincher, was a major in the British army, and his mother Helen (née Foster), was an actress. They were living in India because of Pincher’s father’s military services.
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Traitors: the anatomy of treason. Pincher, a British journalist, is a frequent writer on espionage, having last written The Secret Offensive ( LJ 4/15/86). Pincher, a British journalist, is a frequent writer on espionage, having last written The Secret Offensive ( LJ 4/15/86) Tam incelemeyi okuyun. The Concept of Loyalty.
Chapman Pincher on the riverbank (REX). Pincher was a prolific author. His books include Too Secret Too Long (1984); The Secret Offensive (1985); Traitors - the Labyrinths of Treason (1987); A Web of Deception (1987); The Truth about Dirty Tricks (1991); and Treachery (2011).
Pincher is best known as the author of the book Their Trade is Treachery (1981), in which he publicised for the first time the suspicions that MI5's . The Truth About Dirty Tricks (1990).
Pincher is best known as the author of the book Their Trade is Treachery (1981), in which he publicised for the first time the suspicions that MI5's former Director General Roger Hollis had been a spy for the Soviet Union, and describes MI5's and MI6's internal inquiries into the matter. He was at one point close to Peter Wright, who he knew suspected Harold Wilson of having been a Soviet agent, and according to the biography of Wilson written by Ben Pimlott, Pincher was trying to get information from Wright so that he could accuse Wilson in public The Truth About Dirty Tricks (1990).
The man who blew the cover of a group of Russian agents in the US, which included femme fatale Anna Chapman, has been found guilty of treason and defection by a Moscow military court. The verdict has been announced in absentia as intelligence colonel Aleksandr Poteyev managed to flee Russia for the US just days before the scandal unfolded last summer. Poteyev has been sentenced to 25 years in prison, stripped of his rank and all the awards he had been previously given.
Henry Chapman Pincher, British Investigative writer, novelist, journalist. Recipient Journalist of Year award Granada television, 1964, Reporter of Decade award Granad television, 1964. Served to captain Royal Armored Corps, 1940-1946. Fellow King's College London. Traitors: The Labyrinths of Treason. 93790/?tag prabook0b-20. Their Trade Is Treachery - The Full, Unexpurgated Truth About the Russian Penetration Of The Free World's Secret Defences. Too Secret Too Long by Chapman Pincher (1984-10-01). Their Trade is Treachery by Chapman Pincher (1981-03-03). Not With A Bang by Chapman Pincher.