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What is in Document "J" / [by Rupert Lockwood]
Bib ID 1478351
Format BookBook
Author
Lockwood, Rupert, 1908-1997
 
Description Canberra : Freedom Press, [1954] 
16 p. ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Caption title.

"Document J" was stolen by Vladimir Petrov and presented to the Royal Commission on Espionage. Lockwood, the author of "Document J" reveals the contents of the document, which contains espionage activities and the alleged penetration by Japanese and American agencies into Australia before World War II.

Digital master available National Library of Australia;

Subjects Petrov, Vladimir Mikhaĭlovich, 1907-1991.  |  Australia. Royal Commission on Espionage.  |  Espionage -- Australia.  |  Australia -- Politics and government -- 1922-1945.  |  Australia -- Politics and government -- 1945-1965.  |  Australian

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