By David McKnight
In this final Australian secret agent tale, investigative journalist David McKnight: rewrites the recognized historical past of the Petrov Royal fee; situations real situations of Soviet espionage in Australia; tells how a big procedure of safeguard dossiers on traditional Australians was once outfitted up; exposes govt and ASIO plans to intern 10 000 humans; outlines ASIO's hyperlinks with the management of the NSW department of the Australian exertions social gathering; unearths ASIO's vast use of newshounds; outlines ASIO's hidden position within the Vietnam battle; and tells how ASIO officials feared that Lionel Murphy was once a KGB spy.
Australia's Spies and their Secrets is key examining approximately Australia and its fresh past.
'This e-book is an interesting research of ASIO, meticulously researched and destined, doubtless, to develop into an crucial resource for knowing Australia's spies.' - Jim McClelland, Former Minister within the Whitlam Government
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