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The Spy Who Disappeared: Diary of a Secret Mission to Russian Central Asia in 1918

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An autobiographical account of a secret mission to Russian Central Asia in 1918. The author, who took the name Ronald Sinclair, was in fact the "missing" British political agent Reginald Teague-Jones, who before his death made available for publication his secret diaries telling of his mission to Baku, a practically unknown theatre of war in World War I. The author, acting ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published July 11th 1991 by Gollancz (first published January 1st 1990)
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Reginald Teague-Jones MBE was a British political and intelligence officer. He was active in the Caucasus and Central Asia during the Russian Civil War. For the last 66 years of his life he was known as Ronald Sinclair.

Teague-Jones was born in Lancashire. He was brought up in the former Russian capital, St Petersburg. His father was a language teacher and died when Reginald was still a child. He w
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