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Peerage - Landed gentry
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NIO

1974

CSYB 74 689

London

  • Deputy Secretary P.J. Woodfield
  • Under Secretaries W.J. Smith Divs 1 & 2
  • D. J. Trevelyan Div 3
  • Div 1 Courts, Security, elections, criminal compensation, Assistant Secretary G.W. Watson
  • Div 2, Financial Economic and Social Policy, Assistant Secretary R.N.P Lewin
  • Div 3, Constitution, externational relations, police prisons, borstals, probation, Assistant Secretary S.S. Bampton

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Stormont

General Policy and Legislation

691

719 Ministry of Home Affairs

720

Prisons

722

724

MOD

HQNI Security Review Committee 7 May 74
1974

CSYB74 103

104

105

106

111

112

149

150

153

  • J.D. Bryars AUS GS
  • Defence Secretariat Division 7 [Size and shape of the Army] Assistant Secretary M.E. Quinlan
  • Defence Secretariat Division 10 [Secretarial assistance and advice on Northern Ireland matters of General Staff concern. Assistant Secretary A.W. Stephens (pg154)

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FCO

1974

CSYB 74 336

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354

Home Office

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[1]

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ILGWU
UAW
ACWA=

AFL-CIO

Cold war

Marshall Plan

Cold war liberalism

Magazines: New Leader, Partisan Review, Commentary, Dissent, The Reporter (Magazine) - done contributors up to 3 January 1950.

SD USA

New Right

Neoconservatism

Misc

Security hawks

NSIC
=CSIS

FBI

OSS

CIA

http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=JokJ7K3b5fMC&pg=PA10&dq=%22Joseph+Caldwell+King%22&hl=en&sa=X&ei=yKO_UPGhHIrT0QWt-YGABQ&ved=0CDgQ6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=%22Joseph%20Caldwell%20King%22&f=false

National Security Agency

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Ireland

Stormontgate

De Silva Report

RUC
  • ACC Wilfred Monahan
  • RUC SB intelligence Collation Section (ICS)
  • RUC Source Unit
  • R/07, Detective Sergeant in the RUC Source Unit
  • R/10, Head of the Source Unit 1987-1989
  • R/11 successor to R-10
  • R/15
  • Brian Fitzsimons, the Deputy Head of Special Branch (DHSB) during the period 1987-89
Army
  • Brigade Research Units
  • Field Intelligence Fund
  • A/01, Officer Commanding (OC) of the FRU's East Detachment (East Det FRU)

the same OC of East Det FRU was in place throughout most of the period

  • A/02 told him a UDA target, T/01, had moved address: "A/02 told me

I'd be wasting my time, T/01 had moved to Downpatrick and was no

longer living at Rutland St"

The above exchange was a clear admission by 'Geoff' that he would

assist Nelson at times by confirming that the targeting

information he had compiled was accurate.

7.73 The Stevens III team was able to identify 'Geoff' as A/02. He was Nelson's main handler during the period May 1987 to January 1988. A/02 subsequently admitted in his interview under caution on

5 July 2000 that he was indeed the person identified as 'Geoff'.

7.74 During an interview on 6 July 2000, A/02 denied that he had

ever actually used a phrase to the effect of "you don't have that

wrong there" to confirm Nelson's targeting information, and

claimed that he had been quoted out of context. He stated that he

would "under no circumstances … pass information to a source".[59]

  • Commanding Officer (CO) of the FRU, A/05
  • A/07
  • A/08 FRU Operations Officer
  • A/10 - Colour Sergeant - change in attitude
  • A/12 - Nelson co-handler

A/13 appeared actively to welcome it by commenting that A/13 confirmed to Nelson that Maskey "probably" used the car in question. A/15

  • A/16 prior to Nelson's trial.[15] That officer, now deceased, was a later successor to A/05 as the CO of the FRU.
  • ACOS G2 during the majority of the period in which Nelson acted as a FRU agent was General A/20. A/20 was ACOS G2 from November 1987 until September 1989, and acknowledged that he was regularly briefed by A/05 on FRU matters during this time. He outlined the reporting chain within the Army as follows:ACOS G2 reported to the CLF.
  • (Lt Col) A/24, who had provided legal advice to the Army in Northern Ireland during the relevant period
  • The CLF from November 1987 to September 1989 was Major General R J Hodges. In his statement to the Stevens I Investigation in 1990, Major General Hodges did recall A/05's briefing on loyalist paramilitaries.
  • The CLF reported to the GOC, who from June 1988 to August 1990 was General Sir John Waters. He stated in his 1993 statement to Stevens II that:
Loyalists
  • L/01
  • L/03, UDA military commander under L/28.
  • L/04, a member of the UVF,
  • L/05
  • L/09
  • L/10 UDA 'Brigadier', L/10
  • L/12
  • L/13, a member of the UVF.
  • L/18
  • L/20 UDA military commander under L/28.
  • L/22 UDA military commander under L/28.
  • L/24
  • L/25
  • L/26, a UDA Brigadier
  • L/27, UDA intelligence team
  • L/28 UDA
  • L/33
  • L/35 UDA intelligence team
  • l/37
  • L/38, who was based in County Fermanagh.
  • L/41 on behalf of L/13, a member of the UVF.
  • L/49 the UFF Commander
MI5

Assistant Secretary Political (ASP)

Within HQNI the Assistant Secretary Political (ASP), who is DCI's representative, is to be kept informed of the status of current sources on a regular basis. In addition, he is the Security Service's representative, responsible for the maintenance and safekeeping of all FRU source files." [75]

8.174 In addition to the DCI and ASP mentioned in the Directive, the Service had an officer working in HQNI known as the Deputy Assistant Secretary Political (DASP). DASP worked in the Army's All-Source Intelligence Cell, which was responsible for the collation and assessment of all Army intelligence.

  • G/02 - head of the Security Service agent-handling section, (probably F8) c.1987
  • G/03
  • Security Service officer G/07
Targets

T/01 T/02 T/03 T/06 T/12 T/14 T/16 T/21 T/23 T/24, whom he confirmed the UVF was targeting. T/25 T/26 T/28 and T/29 T/33 T/34 T/43 T/44, whom it appears that the UVF were "desperate to get"

Barron report

UDA

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2000/may/14/northernireland.gerryadams

NAMA controversy

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Austria

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Intelligence

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Portugal

Policia Internacional e de Defensa do Estado (PIDE) Aginter Press

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Hungary

Russia

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Pakistan

Niger

Equatorial Guinea

South Africa

Vietnam

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EU

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Useful websites

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Colin Mackie's website

Company information

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Photos

Reference list

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  • Richard J. Aldrich, The Hidden Hand: Britain, America and Cold War Secret Intelligence, John Murray Publishers, London, 2001, p.xx.
  • Richard J. Aldrich, GCHQ: The Uncensored Story of Britain's Most Secret Intelligence Agency, HarperPress, 2010, p.xx
  • Robert J. Alexander, The Right Opposition: The Lovestoneites and the International Communist Opposition of the 1930s, Greenwood Press, 1981, p.x.
  • Christopher Andrew, Defence of the Realm, The Authorized History of MI5, Allen Lane, 2009, p.xxx.
  • Jonathan Bloch and Patrick Fitzgerald, British Intelligence and Covert Action, Brandon/Junction, 1983, p.xxx.
  • David Butler and Gareth Butler, Twentieth Century British Political Facts 1900-2000, Macmillan, 2000, p.xxx.
  • Anne Cadwallader, Lethal Allies: British Collusion in Ireland, Mercier Press, 2013, p.xx.
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  • Steve Coll, Ghost Wars: The Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan and Bin Laden, from the Soviet Invasion to September 10, 2001, Penguin, 2005, p.xx.
  • Gordon Corera, MI6: Life and Death in the British Secret Service, Phoenix, 2012, p.xxx.
  • Brian Crozier, Free Agent: The Unseen War 1941-1991, Harper Collins, 1993, p.xx.
  • Mark Curtis, Secret Affairs: Britain's Collusion with Radical Islam, Serpent's Tail, 2010, p.xx.
  • Philip H.J. Davies, MI6 and the Machinery of Spying, Frank Cass, 2004, p.xxx.
  • Richard Deacon, 'C': A Biography of Sir Maurice Oldfield, Futura, 1985, p.xx.
  • Sara Diamond, Roads To Dominion: Right-wing Movements and Political Power in the United States, Guildford Press, 1995, p.xx.
  • Stephen Dorril, The Silent Conspiracy: Inside the Intelligence Services in the 1990s, Mandarin, 1994, p.xxx.
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  • Bob Drogin, Curveball, Ebury Press, 2008, pp.129-130.
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  • Frances Fitzgerald, Way Out There in the Blue: Reagan, Star Wars and the End of the Cold War, Touchstone, 2000, p.xx.
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  • Daniele Ganser, NATO's Secret Armies: Operation Gladio and Terrorism in Western Europe, Frank Cass, 2005, p.xx.
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  • Roy Godson, ed., Intelligence Requirements for the 1980s, Domestic Intelligence, National Strategy Information Center, 1986, p.xxx.
  • Roy Godson and James J. Wirtz (eds.), Strategic Denial and Deception: The Twenty-First Century Challenge, Transaction Books, 2002, p.xx.
  • Jacob Heilbrunn, They Knew They Were Right: The Rise of the Neocons, Doubleday, 2008, p.xxx.
  • Seymour M. Hersh, The Samson Option: Israel, America and the Bomb, Faber and Faber, 1993, p.xxx.
  • Mark Hollingsworth and Nick Fielding, Defending the Realm: Inside MI5 and The War on Terrorism, André Deutsch, 2003, p.xxx.
  • Michael Jago, The Man Who Was George Smiley: The Life of John Bingham, Biteback Publishing, 2013, p.xxx.
  • Keith Jeffery, MI6: The History of the Secret Intelligence Service 1909-1949, Bloomsbury, 2010, p.xxx
  • David Leigh, The Wilson Plot, Mandarin, 1989, p.xxx.
  • John Loftus and Mark Aarons, The Secret War Against the Jews, 1994, St Martin's Press, p.xxx.
  • Thomas E. Mahl, Desperate Deception: British Covert Operations in the United States, 1939-44, Brassey's, 1999, p.xxx.
  • Tom Mangold, Cold Warrior - James Jesus Angleton: The CIA's Master Spy Hunter, Simon and Schuster, 1991, p.xx.
  • James Mann, The Rise of the Vulcans: The History of Bush's War Cabinet, Penguin, 2004, p.xx.
  • Yossi Melman and Dan Raviv, Every Spy a Prince: The Secret History of Israel's Intelligence Community, Houghton Mifflin, 1991, pp.xxx.
  • Seumas Milne, The Enemy Within: The Secret War Against the Miners, Verso, 2004, p.xxx.
  • Ted Morgan, A Covert Life - Jay Lovestone: Communist, Anti-Communist and Spymaster, Random House, 1999, p.xx.
  • Robert Parmet, The Master of Seventh Avenue: David Dubinsky and the American Labor Movement, New York University Press, 2005, p.xx.
  • Jonathan Powell, Great Hatred Little Room: Making Peace in Northern Ireland, The Bodley Head, 2008, p.xx.
  • Ben Rathbun, The Point Man, Irving Brown and the Deadly Post-1945 Struggle for Europe and Africa, Minerva Press, 1996, p.238.
  • Robin Ramsay and Stephen Dorril, Smear! Wilson and the Secret State, Fourth Estate Limited, 1991, p.xxx.
  • Stella Rimington, Open Secret, Arrow Books, 2002, p.xxx.
  • Adam Roberts, The Wonga Coup, Profile Books 2006, p.xxx.
  • Paul Routledge, Public Servant, Secret Agent: The Elusive Life and Violent death of Airey Neave, Fourth Estate, 2003, p.xxx.
  • Jerry W. Sanders, Peddlers of Crisis: The Committee on the Present Danger and the Politics of Containment, South End Press, 1983, p.xx.
  • Abram N. Shulsky & Gary J. Schmitt, Silent Warfare: Understanding the World of Intelligence, 2002, Brasseys. p.xx.
  • John Stevens, Not for the Faint-Hearted, Phoenix, 2006, p.xx.
  • Frances Stonor Saunders, Who Paid the Piper: The CIA and the Cultural Cold War, Granta, 2000, p.360.
  • R. Harris Smith, OSS: The Secret History of America's First Intelligence Agency, University of California Press, 1972, p.xxx
  • Mark Urban, Big Boys Rules, Faber and Faber, 1992, p.xx.
  • Calder Walton, Empire of Secrets, William Collins, 2013, p.xx
  • Lawrence E. Walsh, Firewall: The Iran -Contra Conspiracy and Cover-Up, W.W. Norton, 1997, p.xxx.
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  • Tim Weiner, Legacy of Ashes, Penguin, 2008, p.xxx.
  • Hugh Wilford, The CIA, The British Left and the Cold War: Calling the Tune?, Frank Cass, London 2003, p.xx.
  • Hugh Wilford, The Mighty Wurlitzer, How the CIA played America, Harvard, 2008, p.xxx.
  • David Wise, Molehunt: How the Search for a Phantom Traitor Shattered the CIA, Avon Books, 1992, p.xx.
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