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The Mitrokhin Archive

By Christopher Andrew

Published Jan 2010

Derived from 30,000 top-secret files of the KGB’s Foreign Intelligence Service, The Mitrokhin Archive sparked controversy in Whitehall and Fleet Street. It also made Melita Norwood – Britain’s grandmother-spy – an overnight media celebrity. This huge book is the result of a collaboration between Vasili Mitrokhin, a former senior officer of the Soviet Foreign Intelligence Service, and Christopher Andrew, Professor of Modern and Contemporary History and Chair of the Faculty of History at Cambridge University.

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