[PDF / Epub] ☉ Mission to Tashkent Author F.M. Bailey – Higo2cam.info

Mission to Tashkent One Of The Best Books About Secret Intelligence Work Ever Written Peter Hopkirk Colonel F M Bailey, Whose Extraordinary Adventures Are Told Here, Was Long Accused By Moscow Of Being A British Master Spy Sent In 1918 To Overthrow The Bolsheviks In Central Asia As A Result, He Enjoyed Many Years After His Death An Almost Legendary Reputation There That Of Half Hero, Half Villain In This Remarkable Book He Tells Of The Perilous Game Of Cat And Mouse, Lasting Sixteen Months, Which He Played With The Bolshevik Secret Police, The Dreaded Cheka At One Point, Using A False Identity, He Actually Joined The Ranks Of The Latter, Who Unsuspectingly Sent Him To Bokhara To Arrest Himself Told With Almost Breathtaking Understatement, Bailey S Narrative Set In A Region Once Back In The Headlines Reads Like Vintage Buchan.


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10 thoughts on “Mission to Tashkent

  1. says:

    This is one of those books that I didn t enjoy and was taken by surprise by that.Set in Central Asia in 1918 1920, mostly in Uzbekistan, but also Turkmenistan a


  2. says:

    This is a great adventure story of british intelligence officer F.M Bailey, as written by our man Bailey himself Originally an explorer, traveler and naturalist, he joi


  3. says:

    An original 007


  4. says:

    Real life Great game adventures by Colonel Bailey Writing style slightly clunky and a bit too slow paced for my liking Overall an admirable effort, but too little actually happens to k


  5. says:

    Back in 1918 Great Britain was engaged in the WW1, and yet early in 1918 nothing was entirely on Britain s favour In March, Bolshevik leaders signed the Brest Litovsk treaty, effectively endin


  6. says:

    Don t you hate it when you infiltrate the enemies spy service and then they send you to find and arrest yourself Well that really happened to this British diplomat who spent a significant amount of ti


  7. says:

    A very enjoyable read I first stumbled across Bailey in Hopkirk s Setting the East Ablaze, and greatly enjoyed taking the time to detour into his source material As a story or tale I d rate this five s


  8. says:

    I happened upon this book while scouring the library for background reading before a trip to Uzbekistan It s a wild, swashbuckling, and apparently genuine, double and triple agent first person spy thriller ranging fa


  9. says:

    Very interesting read Historical non fiction, recounts the adventures of this spy as he travels to Tashkent on his mission I enjoyed this recount as it describes an era of the past, no modern technology or transportation a w


  10. says:

    Fascinating memoirs of the great game with a generic string narrative of the hobbit all on a journey with no destinations or aims, but with loads of characters changing their disguises, in and out of doors at a dizzying rate.


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