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Anthony Blunt was a British art historian and critic who was also a soviet spy.

He wrote his memoirs before he died in 1983 and they were given to the British Library in 1984 with the condition that they will not be released until after 25 years.

The memoirs talk about his life and the things that he did when working for the soviet government.

Anthony Blunt said that he worked for the communist government because of his desire to defeat fascism.

When the British government discovered that Anthony Blunt was a spy, it was one of the biggest espionage scandals in history.

Anthony Blunt was part of a group of five British citizens who worked as spies for the Soviets; they all studied together at Cambridge University and were close friends.

In 1979, the British government publicly exposed him as a spy and stripped him of a title that was given to him by the Queen.

He says in his diary that he really regretted being a spy and that he didn't understand enough about politics to have made a decision like that.

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art historian

مؤرخ الفن

critic

ناقد

soviet spy

جاسوس سوفييتي

memoirs

مذكرات

condition

شرط

communist government

حكومة شيوعية

his desire

رغبته

fascism

الفاشية - حركة يمينية متطرفة

espionage scandals

فضائح التجسس

publicly exposed

فضح امام الملأ

stripped him of a title

جرده من لقبه

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