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April 2017 release of historical MI5 files

The records in this latest release cover a range of subjects and span the interwar years, Second World War and post-war era up to the mid 1960s. Personal files include individuals classed as Second World War German intelligence agents, Soviet intelligence agents, communists and suspected communist and Russian sympathisers.

For more information, see The National Archives news story.

11 April 2017

 

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