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NOTES FROM ABANDONED DOMAINS: Maxwell Knight, William Joyce, Joseph Kennedy

Re-archived from the Wayback Machine, here is Bryan Clough’s website synopsis (circa 2001) of his book on the Wolkoff-Kent affair, which was published a few years later. 841 more words

Maxwell Knight

After assessing MI5’s files on my father, it’s clear that not all facts are equal

People have always had an exaggerated respect for facts and, thanks to the internet, these are now easily accessible in far greater quantities than ever before… 355 more words


The RUC and the Cosa Nostra

On 6th June 1990 there were, on conservative estimates ,100  RUC informers among the PIRA in Belfast.

Each had a team of  handlers, probably four in number, to cover sickness, leave etc. 251 more words

Resistance Is Futile

When I picked up Jenny T. Colgan’s Resistance Is Futile at the library, I did not expect what I got. This book maybe girl meets boy, but I did not expect girl meets  200 more words



It is reported that a special MI5 unit was set up during the War to deal with German falcons and other birds of prey that were killing British homing pigeons bringing secret messages from occupied Europe to London. 206 more words

General UK News

Support Your Local Terrorist...

Ah, the patriotism, the love of the ‘homeland’. In many instances, some would consider such sentiments admirable. Unfortunately, such sentiments are misplaced by ill-formed, naive and downright deluded people who exit these shores in order to ‘fight for the cause’ in the Middle East alongside the pernicious scum known as ISIS. 816 more words

British Spy Agencies And Their Oxbridge Origins

Readers of Rebel Voice in Ireland will be familiar with the activities of the British Spy Agencies of MI5 and MI6. Both organisations have a shady and fairly nasty history on the Emerald Isle which continues up to this very day. 606 more words