Kim Philby and the woman who made him happy

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“Historians still argue why [ Kim] Philby, a British aristocrat and a graduate of the Cambridge University, suddenly chose to work for Soviet intelligence services. Was he a man of no principles who was ready to work for anyone who would pay him well – or did he really believe in the ideas of communism? Well, it looks like the second answer is closer to the truth, for it is known that Philby had a fancy for Marxism when he was a student.

[…] in 1933, Kim Philby started to work for Soviet intelligence services. It is by an order of the Soviet intelligence services that he integrated into the UK secret service in 1940.

Famous writer Graham Greene, known for his pro-Soviet sympathies, who himself used to work for the UK intelligence for some time, said that when Kim Philby was at the top of his career, practically every step and every plan of Western secret services immediately became known to the Soviet services.

“For the last 25 years of his life, Kim Philby lived in Moscow – but, at first, his life here was not simple. The Soviet authorities and Philby himself were afraid that he might be assassinated – and he had to live a very secluded life, until a fair woman appeared”…

More: http://english.ruvr.ru/2011/12/07/61745969.html

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One response to “Kim Philby and the woman who made him happy

  1. Elizabeth

    I heard the journalist who exposed him interviewed and that was partially how he was discovered. The journalist was suspicious of his days at Cambridge where he was a communist, and then, he seemed to “change his mind” – A journalist’s first clue. Very interesting story

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