Forty Years of Soviet Spying - Ronald SethCassell & Co., 1965, Hardback in Dust Wrapper.
Condition: Good - in Good DJ. Ex-libris with usual marks, including sticker to front pastedown, tape offset to end papers, small stamp to title page. Text more than acceptable.
From the cover: “In his history of Soviet spying Ronald Seth has traced the beginnings of this immense spy coverage from its official start as OGPU in 1924, a fearsome organization which was later changed to the notorious NKVD. He covers the methods of training, recruitment and organization of Intelligence agents, and also the incredibly detailed methods of communication. The extensive spy networks in Europe, the United States, Canada and Australia are vividly described, as are the fantastic stories of Dr. Allan Nunn May, Klaus Fuchs, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg and Colonel Abel, as well as Lonsdale, Blake and Vassall.”