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Fascinating account of the British state's post-war obsession with secrecy and the ways it prevented secret activities from becoming public.... Hankey, presumably in the spirit of jest, with a sojourn in the Tower of London. 6 a#39;Whether this was seriousa#39;, he recollected, a#39;I did not gather. ... The instructions stipulated that Cabinet records were government property, to be returned by all ministers on retiring from office. ... Hankey later recollected that, following this ruling, certain ministers required a pantechnicon to remove papers from their offices.

Author: Christopher R. Moran
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 2013

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