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MI6 Secrets Revealed In New Book


For the first time an official history of MI6 has revealed the lengths secret agents went to in the run up to World War Two.

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From its earliest days at land and on sea, MI6 ventured around the world. Tales from the book include how this boat was used to insert spies into Russia during the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, and how one MI6 officer used it to sink a Russian warship - a far cry from the sedate surroundings of one of the first MI6 headquarters, now a hotel opposite the Ministry of Defense.

During World War II, Churchill used to oversee operations from the cabinet war rooms. He took delight and thrill of the equipment the spies were using. The cameras disguised as matchboxes, ultramodern militarized transmitters and this, rather stubby pen, isn't really a pen at all. It actually fires a tear-gas pellet into the face of anybody who was some captured an agent. At first, it would survive an initial search, but the agent knew that he was still armed his captor didn't.

Spies were flown into occupied France in a light sender. This robust aircraft had a very short take-off and landing and carried three agents. On one occasion, a spy brought back newspapers. He landed in England, the papers landed on Churchill's desk with a note: "You'll be interested to receive tomorrow's Paris newspapers."

I was able to use the pilot to the person. I send London details for a local factory where parts of the new seeker weapon would be stored.

The book ends in the immediate post-war years with the Berlin Airlifters, as MI6 tried to take on the Soviet Union. It also details the agency's work surrounding the creation of the state of Israel. All in the spirit of the first head of MI6 Mansfield Cumming, who signed all his documents 'C'. Each subsequent chief was known as a 'C' and used the signature. These days that means John Sawyers from the new MI6 headquarters on the Thames. The secrets contained inside here may not come out for another 50 years.

Tim Marshall, Sky News.

quanyingbao19在 整理的生词:
far cry: 1 : a long distance 长距离 2: something notably different <the effects of the foreign-aid program were a far cry from what was intended>差别悬殊

sedate: adj. tending to avoid excitement or great activity and to be calm and relaxed 安静的

ultramodern: adj. extremely modern 超现代的

stubby: adj.  short and blunt 短而粗的

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From its earliest days at land and on sea, MI6 ventured around the world. Tales from the book include how this boat was used to insert spies into Russia during the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, and how one MI6 officer used it to sink a Russian warship. A far cry from the days surrounding that one of the first MI6 headquarters now a hotel opposite the Ministry of Defense. During WWII, Churchill used to oversee operations from the cabinet war rooms. He took delight in some of the equipment his spies were using. The cameras disguised these matchboxes, ultramodern militarized transmitters and "this a, you know, the stubby pen. It isn't really a pen at all. It actually fires a tear-gas bullet into the face of anybody who was some captured the agent. At first, it would survive an initial search, but the agent knew that he was armed. His capture didn't."

Spies were flown into occupied France in a lie sender. This robust aircraft had a very short take-off and landing to carry out the three agents. On one occasion, a spy brought back newspapers. He landed in England, the papers landed on Churchill's desk with a note. "You'll be interested to receive tomorrow's Paris newspapers. "

"I was able to use the Paris to the person. I send up my details a local factory where part of the new seeker weapon would be stored."

The bookends is in the immediate post-war years with the Berlin Airlift and MI6 tried to take on the Soviet Union. It also details the agency's work surrounding the creation of the state of Israel. All in the spirit of the first had MI6 Mansfield Cumming, who signed all his documents 'C'. Each subsequent chief was known a 'C' and used the signature. These days that means John Sawyers from the new MI6 headquarters on the tents. The secrets contained inside here may not come out for another 50 years.

Tim Marshall, Sky News.
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From its earliest days at land and on sea, MI6 ventured around the world. Tales from the book include how this boat was used to insert spies into Russia during the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, and how one MI6 officer used it to sink a Russian warship---a far cry from the sedate surroundings of one of the first MI6 headquarters, now a hotel opposite the Ministry of Defense. During WWII, Churchill used to oversee operations from the cabinet war rooms. He took delight conserve the equipment his spies were using. The cameras disguised these matchboxes, ultramodern militarized transmitters and "this a, you know, the stubby pen / isn't really a pen at all. It actually fires a tear-gas bullet into the face of anybody who was some captured the agent. At first, it would survive an initial search, but the agent knew that he was armed. His capture didn't."

Spies were flown into occupied France in a
light
sender. This robust aircraft had a very short take-off and landing to carry out the three agents. On one occasion, a spy brought back newspapers. He landed in England, the papers landed on Churchill's desk with a note. "You'll be interested to receive tomorrow's Paris newspapers. "

"I was able to use the
pilot
to the person. I send up my details a local factory where part of the new seeker weapon would be stored."

The boo
k ends in the immediate post-war years with the Berlin Airlifters / MI6 tried to take on the Soviet Union. It also details the agency's work surrounding the creation of the state of Israel. All in the spirit of the first head MI6 Mansfield Cumming, who signed all his documents 'C'. Each subsequent chief was known as a 'C' and used the signature. These days that means John Sawyers from the new MI6 headquarters on the Thames
. The secrets contained inside here may not come out for another 50 years.

Tim Marshall, Sky News.
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From its earliest days at land and on sea, MI6 ventured around the world. Tales from the book include how this boat was used to insert spies into Russia during the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, and how one MI6 officer used it to sink a Russian warship---a far cry from the sedate surroundings of one of the first MI6 headquarters, now a hotel opposite the Ministry of Defense. During World War II, Churchill used to oversee operations from the cabinet war rooms. He took delight console of the equipment to / spies were using. The cameras disguised as matchboxes, ultramodern militarized transmitters and "this a, rather stubby pen, isn't really a pen at all. It actually fires a tear-gas pallet into the face of anybody who was some captured an agent. At first, it would survive an initial search, but the agent knew that he was still armed while his capital didn't."

Spies were flown into occupied France in a light sender. This robust aircraft had a very short take-off and landing to carry out the three agents. On one occasion, a spy brought back newspapers. He landed in England, the papers landed on Churchill's desk with a note. "You'll be interested to receive tomorrow's Paris newspapers. "

"I was able to use the pilot to the person. I send London / details for a local factory where parts of the new seeker weapon would be stored."

The book ends in the immediate post-war years with the Berlin Airlifters / MI6 tried to take on the Soviet Union. It also details the agency's work surrounding the creation of the state of Israel. All in the spirit of the first head of MI6 Mansfield Cumming, who signed all his documents 'C'. Each subsequent chief was known as a 'C' and used the signature. These days that means John Sawyers from the new MI6 headquarters on the Thames. The secrets contained inside here may not come out for another 50 years.

Tim Marshall, Sky News
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From its earliest day at land on sea MI6 ventured around the world. Tales from the book include how this boat was used to insert spies into Russia during the 1917 * revolution, and how one MI6 officer use it to sink Russian warship. A far cry from its days surrounding the one of the first MI6 headcourters, now a hotel of the ministry defence.

During the World War Two, Churchill used to overseas operation from the carbinet war rooms. He took delight to some of the equipment to spies were using. The cameras disguised does matchboxes. **, militarized transmitters and...

This is a, you know, rather stubby pen, it isn't really a pen at all. It actually fires a teargas bullet into the face of anybody who was captured in the agent. First it would survive the initial search, but the agent knew that he was still armed, his capture didn't.

Spies were flown into occupied France in a lie sender, this r* aircraft had a very short take-off and landing into carry-out three agents. On one occasion a spy brought back newpapers. He landed in England, the paper landed on Churchill's desk with a note. "You'll be intereting to receive tomorrrow's Paris' newspapers."

I was able to use the Paris to the person, I sent London details the local factor where part of the nuclear weapon would be stored.

The * is in the immediate post-war years was with the Berlin airlift and MI6 tried take on the Soviet union. It also details the agency's work surrounding the creation of the state Israel. All in the spirit of the first had MI6 **, he signed all his documents C, each subsequent chief was known a C and used the signature. These days means John * from the new MI6 headcourters on the tents. The secret contained inside here may not come out for another 15 years.

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From its earliest days at land and on sea, MI6 ventured around the world. Tales from the book include how this boat was used to insert spies into Russia during the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, and how one MI6 officer used it to sink a Russian warship---a far cry from the sedate surroundings of one of the first MI6 headquarters, now a hotel opposite the Ministry of Defense. During World War II, Churchill used to oversee operations from the cabinet war rooms. He took delight console of the equipment to spies were using. The cameras disguised as matchboxes, ultramodern militarized transmitters and this a, rather stubby pen, isn't really a pen at all. It actually fires a tear-gas pellet into the face of anybody who was some captured an agent. At first, it would survive an initial search, but the agent knew that he was still armed while his capital didn't.

Spies were flown into occupied France in a light sender. This robust aircraft had a very short take-off and landing to carry out the three agents. On one occasion, a spy brought back newspapers. He landed in England, the papers landed on Churchill's desk with a note. You'll be interested to receive tomorrow's Paris newspapers.

I was able to use the pilot to the person. I send London  details for a local factory where parts of the new seeker weapon would be stored.

The book ends in the immediate post-war years with the Berlin Airlifters, as  MI6 tried to take on the Soviet Union. It also details the agency's work surrounding the creation of the state of Israel. All in the spirit of the first head of MI6 Mansfield Cumming, who signed all his documents 'C'. Each subsequent chief was known as a 'C' and used the signature. These days that means John Sawyers from the new MI6 headquarters on the Thames. The secrets contained inside here may not come out for another 50 years.


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From its earliest day at land and on sea, MI6 ventured around the world. Tales from booking exclude how this boat was used to insert spies into Russia during the 1917 Bolshevik revolution and how one of MI6 officer used it to sink a Russian warship.
A far cry from the sedate surroundings of one of the first MI6 headquarters now a hotel opposite the Ministry of Defense. During World War Two, Churchill used to oversea operations from the cabinet war rooms. He took delight in conserving equipments his spies were using. The camera disguised as matchboxes, ultramodern militarized transmitters, and
This is a stubby pen. It's not really a pen at all. It actually fires a tear-gas bullet into the face of anybody who was captured the agent. At first it would survive the initiative search, the agent knew that he was armed but his capture didn't.
Spies were flowing to occupied France in a light sender. This robust aircraft had a very short take off landing to carry out three agents. On one occasion a spy brought back newspapers. He landed in England, the papers landed on Churchill's desk with a note. You will be interested to receive tomorrow's Paris newspapers.
I was able to use the Paris to some person. I sent London details for a local factory where parts of the new seeker weapon can be stored.
The book ends in immediately post-war years with Berlin Airlifters the MI6 tried to take on the Soviet union. It also details the agency's works surrounding the creation of state of Israel.
All in the spirit of the first head of MI6 Mansfield Cumming who signed all his documents C. Each subsequent chief was known as C and used the signature. These days that means John Sawyers from the new MI6 headquarters on the Thamas. The secrets contained inside here may not come out from another 50 years.

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From its earliest day at land and on sea MI6 ventured around the world. Tales from the book include how this boat was used to insert spies into Russia during the 1917 B revolution, and how one MI6 officer use it to sink Russian warship. A far cry from its days surrounding the one of the first MI6 headcourters, now a hotel opposite the ministry defence.

During the World War Two, Churchill used to overseas operation from the carbinet wall rooms. He took delight to some of the equipment to spies were using. The cameras disguised does matchboxes. auto militarized transmitters and...

This is a, rather stubby pen, it isn't really a pen at all. It actually fires a tear-gas bullet into the face of anybody who was captured an agent. First it would survive the initial search, but the agent knew that he was still armed, his capture didn't.

Spies were flown into occupied France in a line sender, this robust aircraft had a very short take-off and landing into carry-out three agents. On one occasion a spy brought back newpapers. He landed in England, the paper landed on Churchill's desk with a note. "You'll be intereting to receive tomorrrow's Paris' newspapers."

I was able to use the Paris to the person, I sent London details the local factor where part of the nuclear weapon would be installed.

The bockade is in the immediate post-war years was with the Berlin airlift and MI6 tried take on the Soviet Union. It also details the agency's work surrounding the creation of the state Israel. All in the spirit of the first had MI6 ````, who signed all his documents C, each subsequent chief was known a C and used the signature. These days means John S from the new MI6 headcourters on the tents. The secrets contained inside here may not come out for another 15 years.
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From its earliest days at land and on sea, MI6 ventured around the world. Tales from the book include how this boat was used to insert spies into Russia during the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, and how one MI6 officer used it to sink a Russian warship - a far cry from the sedate surroundings of one of the first MI6 headquarters, now a hotel opposite the Ministry of Defense. During World War II, Churchill used to oversee operations from the cabinet war rooms. He took delight and thrill of the equipment the spies were using. The cameras disguised as matchboxes, ultramodern militarized transmitters and this a, rather stubby pen, isn't really a pen at all. It actually fires a tear-gas pellet into the face of anybody who was some captured an agent. At first, it would survive an initial search, but the agent knew that he was still armed while his captor(总得把意思顺出来吧?) didn't.

Spies were flown into occupied France in a light sender. This robust aircraft had a very short take-off and landing to carried three agents. On one occasion, a spy brought back newspapers. He landed in England, the papers landed on Churchill's desk with a note: "You'll be interested to receive tomorrow's Paris newspapers."

I was able to use the pilot to the person. I send London  details for a local factory where parts of the new seeker weapon would be stored.

The book ends in the immediate post-war years with the Berlin Airlifters, as  MI6 tried to take on the Soviet Union. It also details the agency's work surrounding the creation of the state of Israel. All in the spirit of the first head of MI6 Mansfield Cumming, who signed all his documents 'C'. Each subsequent chief was known as a 'C' and used the signature. These days that means John Sawyers from the new MI6 headquarters on the Thames. The secrets contained inside here may not come out for another 50 years.

Tim Marshall, Sky News.
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