In Absolute Secrecy Edward Harris

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Published: July 26th 2013

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164 pages


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In Absolute Secrecy  by  Edward Harris

In Absolute Secrecy by Edward Harris
July 26th 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 164 pages | ISBN: | 5.67 Mb

‘A fly-on-the-wall account of the momentous events around the birth of independence of Vietnam, by an author who clearly worked closely with Lord Louis Mountbatten in the tortuous path towards a negotiating position with Ho Chi-minh. Truly aMore‘A fly-on-the-wall account of the momentous events around the birth of independence of Vietnam, by an author who clearly worked closely with Lord Louis Mountbatten in the tortuous path towards a negotiating position with Ho Chi-minh.

Truly a revelation.’In Absolute Secrecy reveals many moods, emotions and dramas in pursuit of an ideal. Andrew Grant, as a Security Intelligence officer of the British Military Commission to Indo-China, finds himself totally engrossed in secret negotiations affecting the post-war political future of this fascinating Asian country.When Chinese Professor Lien appears at a Field Security HQ asking for an audience, Grant’s ambitions grow. He knows this man by reputation as having a brilliant mind and that he is held in high regard by General Chiang Kai-shek.Thus began an exciting and dangerous succession of events designed to bring together Lord Louis Mountbatten and Ho Chi-minh in discussions, with the aim to provide a form of independence for Vietnamese people.As unfolded, the story is multi-layered, with a compellingly elaborate plot and a denouement of tantalising speculation.‘Prelude to Vietnam’About the Author: Major Edward Harris spent eight years’ service overseas: the Royal Tank Regiment (RTR2) took him to the Western Desert from where he was transferred to Burma.

There, British soldiers, and many from our Empire, suffered a terrible defeat at the hands of the Japanese. Recovering his health and with special training, he then led an Intelligence mission in Indo-China. He was placed on Reserve of Officers, retiring when fifty-five. Post-war, he travelled the world, taking up challenging international work. He was recalled from reserve to active duty during the Chinese Emergency in 1950 – to assist with his knowledge of security intelligence.



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