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Vassall case

Clayfoot.

Vassall case

by Clayfoot.

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Published by Cynthia Rowland in Fittleworth, Sussex .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vassall, William John Christopher.,
  • Great Britain.,
  • Great Britain.,
  • Trials (espionage) -- Great Britain.,
  • Communist trials -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    At foot of cover title: What did they really say?.

    Statementby Clayfoot.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48p. ;
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18614531M

    John Vassall, British junior civil servant who succumbed to blackmail in regard to his homosexuality (which was then illegal) and spied for the KGB during his posting at the British embassy in Moscow in the mid s and after his return to London. His arrest in and subsequent imprisonment (he was released in ) provoked a political scandal that brought disgrace on the government of. Vassal, one invested with a fief in return for services to an overlord in a feudal society. Under the feudal contract, the lord had the duty to provide the fief for his vassal, to protect him, and to do him justice in his court. In return, the lord had the right to demand the services attached to the fief.

      New book about William Vassall. Steve Carpenter 12/30/ Re: New book about William Vassall. Patricia vestal 8/17/ BENJAMIN VASSALL of Scituate and Oxford, Mass. James R Hancock 10/09/ Big web site. Stephanie walker 8/29/ Vassall/Vassallo Italy,NY,Phila. 9/26/ John Vassall and Judith Borough. Vassall and colleagues use case studies of malaria and tuberculosis diagnostics to inform a conceptual framework of the influence of demand and supply on the cost‐effectiveness of new technologies and recommend that supply and demand constraints be considered from the earliest stage in economic evaluations of a new technology (Vassall et al Cited by:

      With Geoff Pierson, David Donah, Tomas Johansson, Jordan Lawson. Police detectives attempt to solve murder cases/10(). Post Consensus: Health Perspective - Tuberculosis, Vassall Summary The economic case for investment in tuberculosis (TB) control is compelling; treatment is low cost and highly effective, and on average may give an individual in the middle of their productive life around 20 additional years of life, resulting in substantial economic and.


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John Vassall wrote an autobiography Vassall case book called Vassall: The Autobiography of a Spy, which was published inand now that’s very difficult to get hold of.

I’m very grateful to a good friend Author: Mark Dunton. This book is designed not only to show how the tolerance of South Scituate came into being, but also to attempt to answer questions such as the one brought up by Charles M.

Andrews in his first volume of The Colonial Period of American History, entitled “The Settlement, Volume. Vassall case book   John Vassall, the high-living, low-level British Admiralty clerk whose exposure as a Soviet spy in created the first of the sex scandals that helped end the political career of Prime Minister.

The  Vassal Book  is one of the Eight Vassal Weapons from Glass' World. The person who possesses the weapon is called the Book Hero. The book holds a blue gem that can absorb materials and the ability to transform into, presumably, other book-based forms.

The current Book Hero is unknown. 16 - Vassall Case 2: Timothy Birdsall in "Timothy: The Drawings and Cartoons of Timothy Birdsall", edited by Michael Frayn and Bamber Gascoigne, Michael Joseph, The idea that the civil service is infiltrated and overrun by gays, is another one we shall see more of in time to come.

Rebecca West, in her book The New Meaning of Treason () demurred from the notion that Vassall was "a weak and silly little man This was unlikely to be the correct view of a man who for seven years had carried on an occupation [espionage] demanding unremitting industry in a skilled craft carried on in clandestine conditions, an endless capacity for dissimulation, and sustained contempt for personal.

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Our current release is   the year that scandals rocked the nation From the Profumo affair to the Duchess of Argyll scandal: a shocking triple bill of debauchery struck Britain in   15 - Vassall Case: That Was The Week That Was Illustration by Willie Rushton "But My Dear" by Peter Shaffer in "That Was The Week That Was", edited by David Frost and Ned Sherin, W.H.

Allen, The scene is an office. A senior official is sitting at his desk. a junior official is quaking nervously as he hands a letter he has just composed to. Henry Vassall had died in and in just after the outbreak of hostilities at Lexington and Concord, his widow, Penelope Royall Vassall, fled to Boston and then to her estates in the West Indies where her husband had been born.

At the outbreak of hostilities, Mrs Vassall had been a widow for many years and her only child was a daughter. Vassall's trial, held largely in camera at the Old Bailey in Octoberwas a sensation. Played out in the run-up to the Cuban missile crisis, it was surrounded by lurid newspaper reports of a.

The Vassall Tribunal was a public inquiry undertaken in by the British government in the wake of the John Vassall affair. Vassall, a civil servant working in the Admiralty, had been revealed the previous year to be a Soviet spy, and considerable criticism had been levelled at the security arrangements that were in place.

The tribunal was established to investigate the claims and determine whether any. Vassall's own trial by Lord Parker, the Chief Justice, was almost entirely in camera, yet the press, despite ferocious denials from official sources, uncovered a hapless saga of incompetence.

our vassall family ancestry and its relationship topilgrim william white and his son resolved white the following describes those vassalls with a historic connection to america - the founding of jamestown, virginia, the pilgrim ship mayflower, the massachusetts bay company and the winthrop fleet of File Size: 7MB.

Interim Report by the Committee of Enquiry into the Vassall Case containing letters mostly written by T. Galbraith, Civil Lord of the Admiralty, to W. Vassall, etc by Thomas Galloway Dunlop Galbraith and William John Christopher Vassall | 1 Jan –July John Vassall, colonial entrepreneur and chief promoter of the Clarendon County settlement on the Lower Cape Fear in the s, was born in Stepney, Middlesex County, England, the son of William and Anne King Vassall.

His grandfather John Vassall had emigrated as a religious refugee from France to England, where he turned to merchandising with considerable success.

Reg Foster, who has died a came before Lord Radcliffe, chairman of the tribunal inquiring into the activities of John Vassall, the Admiralty clerk sentenced in to 18 years. Football, the Rugby Game (Classic Reprint) [Vassall, Harry] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Football, the Rugby Game (Classic Reprint). John Vassall John Vassall was born about in Caen, Normandie, France about He married at least once, abtone known son, John, was born to him. John Vassall, born in Normandy France married on Septem in Ratcliffe, Middlesex, England to Anne Russell.

He died in Sept. 13, at Stepney, Essex, England.Henry Vassall House. This mansion was built in for Henry Vassall. Its residents Henry Vassall and his wife, Penelope Royall Vassall, were known as the biggest spenders of the Tory Row families.

Henry Vassall was the son of a prominent Jamaican planter. He had come to Boston to enjoy its social and educational opportunities.Manuscript fair copy of the detective story “Pearls and Canes” by mystery writer William F. Vassall. Set in New York City, the short story recounts the mysterious theft of a pearl necklace.

Handling the case are the cool Mr. Thorne and his hapless assistant George Barron. This Sherlockian couple—with Barron playing the amanuensis and hapless assistant role of “Dr. Watson” to Thorne.