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BOOK REVIEW: A world of secrets exposed
PHOTOGRAPHS BY J.M. EDDINS JR. / THE WASHINGTON TIMESSir John Scarlett was director general of the British Secret Intelligence Service (MI6) from 2004 to 2009. He commissioned the book "The Secret History of M16, 1909-1949," written by Belfast-based historian Keith Jeffery, who was granted unfettered access to the organization's archives up to the outbreak of the Cold War.