Rupert William Simon ALLASON

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1951-11-08
Education Downside, Univ Hall Buckland, Univ of Lille, Univ of Grenoble
Books & Publications The Branch - A History of the Metropolitan Police Special Branch 1883-1983 (1983); as Nigel West: SPY! (with Richard Deacon, 1980), MI5 (1981), A Matter of Trust (1982), MI6 (1983), Unreliable Witness (1984), GARBO (with Juan Pujol, 1985), GCHQ (1986), Molehunt (1987), The Friends (1988), Games of Intelligence (1989), The Blue List (1989), Cuban Bluff (1990), Seven Spies (1991), Secret War (1992), The Faber Book of Espionage (ed, 1993), The Illegals (1993), The Faber Book of Treachery (1995), The Secret War for the Falklands (1997), Counterfeit Spies (1998), Crown Jewels (with Oleg Tsarev, 1998), Venona (1999), The Third Secret (2000), Mortal Crimes (2004), The Guy Liddell Diaries (2005), MASK (2005), The Historical Dictionary of British Intelligence (2005), At Her Majesty's Secret Service (2006), Historical Dictionary of Cold War Counter-Intelligence (2007), Historical Dictionary of International Intelligence (2006), Historical Dictionary of World War II Intelligence (2008), Historical Dictionary of Sexspionage (2009), TRIPLEX (with Oleg Tsarev, 2009), Historical Dictionary of Ian Fleming's James Bond (2009), Historical Dictionary of Naval Intelligence (2010), Historical Dictionary of Chinese Intelligence (2012), SNOW (with Madoc Roberts), Historical Dictionary of Signals Intelligence (2013), Historical Dictionary of World War I Intelligence (2014)
Recreations skiing, sailing
Clubs White's, Special Forces
Style Rupert Allason, Esq
Career author (pen name Nigel West); special constable 1975-82, BBC TV 1978-82, Euro ed Intelligence Quarterly 1985-; Parly candidate (Cons): Kettering 1979, Battersea 1983; MP (Cons) Torbay 1987-97
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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