In contact with MI6, and consultant to the Foreign Office's semi-secret anti-subversion department and the CIA, Brian Crozier not only witnessed the unseen war from the inside, but played an active role in it. In 1977, alarmed at the ripples of Watergate and other Western "own goals", he created an international secret service in the private sector, known as "The 61". Over the next ten years, this gave informal and confidential information on the Cold War to Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan. This account of the "unseen war" throws light on the events of five troubled decades and shows how, in the last analysis, the West did not "win" the Cold War: the Soviet side lost it. This book includes details on: the story of SHIELD, a committee to advise Margaret Thatcher on security problems; the planting of a mole in de Gaulle's inner circle; Crozier's secret dealings with CIA chief William Casey; and combating a KGB "dirty tricks" campaign.
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