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How 1920s British spy agency files reveal a proto-Cold War rife with intrigue

An expert on Russia discovered that bureaucrats and spies secretly gathered to watch Soviet movies The post How 1920s British spy agency files reveal a proto-Cold War rife with intrigue appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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