Covert operations

Who are history’s most prolific spies? Could a member of your family have been one of them? If you’re interested in fact rather than fiction, a visit to the National Archives bookshop will reveal a fascinating insight into the lives of those who worked undercover. Delve into world of the clever and double-crossing Agent Zig Zag – rogue, confidence trickster and hero; or the life of Guy Burgess – known as Stalin’s Englishman – or get tips from The British Spy Manual, the dossier given to spies before being dropped into occupied France.


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