(2002). 133 & 'Grow your own: Cold War Intelligence and History Supermarkets',
A full list of talks, papers and contributions to BBC programmes is available on the author's
(1980). A History of the British Secret Service,
(1986). A Who's Who of British Intelligence,
(1983). Acknowledgements" page in Anthony Verrier, Through the Looking-Glass: British Foreign Policy in the Age of Illusions,
Aldrich tends to see them as being less serious than I do; however, he has more recently suggested that perhaps they have been underestimated. See Aldrich's Cold War History article.
(1999). Aldrich was reviewing Scott Lucas, Freedom's War: The US Crusade Against the Soviet Union, 1945-56, Manchester:
(2007). Allason, Ringside Seat: The Political and Wartime Memoirs of James Allason,
and the Machinery of Spying,
(1997). Andrew review of The Silent Conspiracy in the Sunday Times,
(2002). Britain and 'LBJ's War, 1964-68',
(1985). C”: Biography of Sir Maurice Oldfield,
Chapter 33, "The Last of the Colonial Wars",
chapters on Northern Ireland and Iran in Through the Looking Glass.
(1993). Chomsky on JFK and Vietnam, The Third Decade,
deals with the highly contentious "Operation Splinter-Factor" whose existence is disputed.
Death of a Generation, and Kaiser, American Tragedy.
Dorril, MI6, in particular, the Chapter, "The Musketeers in Yemen".
Dorril, MI6, in particular, the Chapters "The Musketeers in Albania", "Suez: Assassins and Thuggery" and "The Musketeers in Yemen".
Dorril, MI6, in particular, the Chapters, "The Musketeers in Albania" and "The Musketeers in Yemen".
(2003). Drugs, Oil and War: The United States
(2010). from former MI6 officer, Harry Ferguson, who said that there were few pre-war files in the archive.
(1953). From Russia with Love,
Geraint Hughes, 'Of Revelatory Histories and Hatchet Jobs: Propaganda and Method in Intelligence History',
Grow your own',
He played a key role in terms of "Conflict Resolution"
(1985). In considering his work for MI6, Malcolm Muggeridge wrote that secrecy was “as essential … as vestments and incense to a mass.” He belied that secrecy was a corrupting influence. Quoted in Lobster,