So he called me S. Fitzpatrick. The newspaperSovetskaya Rossiya Country Email List evidently had someone assigned to read the Western press in order to write articles Country Email List saying that these people were saboteurs and falsifiers. maybe the kgbtold him to look for Fitzpatrick or, more likely, just that person was reading the magazine looking for some potential "bourgeois Country Email List forgers" to attack, found that article and thought, "Well, this fits." She assumed that Fitzpatrick was a man, because the last name does not give the gender. She wrote in his article that.
Fitzpatrick was the closest thing to a spy. Meanwhile, I was still in Moscow Country Email List as Sheyla Brius. But I didn't read that newspaper, and neither did my friends. When I got back to Oxford, people there who were aware of the Soviet press said, 'My God, you've been exposed as a spy. Something happened?". That's how I found out. I guess after a while the kgbdiscovered that Fitzpatrick Country Email List and Brius were the same Country Email List person. But I think at the time they didn't know that. In the files, the person they were dealing with was Bruce (Brius), and there.
Was nothing against anyone with that last name. You have just mentioned your Country Email List stay at Oxford, where you received your doctorate with your thesis on Lunacharsky. Country Email List Meanwhile, in Cambridge was EH Carr, the prolific writer, diplomat, and historian, whose Country Email List studies of the USSR had become highly relevant. Did you have contact with Carr? What impression did his work make on you? When I went to Oxford, Soviet history was not considered a very legitimate object of study. Among other things, it was seen as too contemporary and it was assumed that archival material could not be obtained. I saw it as a more or less virgin field in the 1960s.