Thursday, 5 October 2006

New history books

Our new history recent picks cast a new eye on India's partition, North Korea's relationship with America, and Cambodia's killing fields. According to 'Elizabeth's spy master: Francis Walsingham and the secret war that saved England' by Robert Hutchinson, the Walsingham's methods anticipated those of later British spies from MI5 and MI6 and even the KGB.

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