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Secret Classrooms A Memoir of the Cold WarA Memoir PDFEPUB #193 'Here is a vivacious account of how in the s under Eden and Lloyd at the Foreign Office some young men doing national service were uietly siphoned off from their units secluded in Cornwall and Fifeshire or boldly next door Classrooms A Memoir of the PDF or to the Guards depot at Coulsdon in Surrey and put through crash courses in Russian till they could speak it fluently ' M R D Foot SpectatorLambasted by the Soviets as a 'spy school' the Joint Services School for Linguists JSSL was a major Cold War initiative which pushed young National Servicemen through intensive training Secret Classrooms Kindle as Russian tr.

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W Classrooms A Memoir Kindle #216 students as well as once highly classified documents in the Public Record Office in order to reveal this fascinating story for the first time'A highly entertaining read No one interested in late th century theatre or literature can afford to ignore this book' Spectator'Elliott and Shukman write with style and wit They record something than a byway in the history of the cold war a true contribution to British history' Michael Bourdeaux Times Higher Education Supplement'An engaging uirky account of this strange offshoot of the Cold War a kind of Virgin Soldiers for clever clogs' Michael Leapman Independen.