The Cotton Spies

In March 1918 the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk removes Russia from WW1 but not the German and Turkish invaders searching for Russia’s natural resources. Russia is in civil war chaos. Britain must stop its enemies acquiring cotton, used in ordinance, but can do so only by sending intelligence missions into Russian Turkestan to gain the support of politicians, even of opposing parties. More
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About Simon Glyndwr John

London born with major interest in the First World War, Sport and Wales - where I now live.
London League Publications have published on Amazon in October 2015, as an ebook, 'Go North, young man.' Set 1n 1961-2 against the background of the Cold War it tells the story of a Rugby Union player in Wales who must decide whether to play as a part-time professional in Rugby League.

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