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Who is Alan Judd?
Alan Judd is a pseudonym used by Alan Adwin Petty. Born in 1946, he is a former soldier and diplomat who now works as a security analyst and writer in the United Kingdom. He writes both books and articles, regularly contributing to a number of publications, including The Daily Telegraph and The Spectator. His books include both fiction and non-fiction titles, with his novels often drawing on his military background.
- also known as Alan Adwin Petty
- born in (70 years ago)
- nationality: England
- profession: Novelist, writer
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by Nigel West
Mansfield Smith- Cumming's biographer Alan Judd found a copy of a letter written by Alastair Denniston in March 1920 stating that “nothing was known of this man in 40 OB.” Mystery ...
by Rodney Carlisle
Alan Judd, The Quest for C: Sir Mansfield Cumming and the Founding of the Secret Service (HarperCollins , 1999); Michael Occleshaw, Armor Against Fate: British Military Intelligence in ...
by Nigel West
In searching the files of the Secret Intelligence Service, Mansfield Smith- Cummings' biographer Alan Judd found a copy of a letter written by Alastair Denniston in March 1920, stating that “nothing was known of this man in 40 OB.” Mystery ...
by Shirlee Emmons, Wilbur Watkins Lewis
SELECTED READING: Alan Judd, Ford Madox Ford, . (SOURCE: Drabble, ) “ Forelle, Die”: a song by Franz Schubert set to a poem by Christian *Schubart.The poet had written a last stanza that Schubert omitted, in which there ...
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