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Непрочитана порукаод pepeljuginadobravila » 09 Јул 2014, 17:41

Thursday, 9 May, 2002, 00:37 GMT 01:37 UK
The name's Tricycle, Agent Tricycle
File of Dusko Popov, code named Agent Tricycle
Agent Tricycle's file contained his formula for invisible ink
Documents charting the secret life of spies and double agents as far back as World War I have just been released for public viewing.

BBC News Online's Claire Hills visited the Public Records Office in London's Kew and encountered the case of one of the more colourful spies to serve British interests.

There was only one appropriate codename for a playboy double agent who had a penchant for ménage a trois.

But although Agent Tricycle may have come across as an early James Bond-type, he was vital to Britain's intelligence gathering and, some say, the country's most important agent.

Born Dusko Popov, into a wealthy Yugoslavian family in 1912, he was recruited by MI5 to run as a double agent between 1940 and 1944.

Communicating by wireless, invisible ink postcards and a special code of microdots, he convinced his German employers that he was passing them important British military intelligence - but in fact all he gave them had been carefully cleared and construed.


In peace time, he spends a month or more of every year in Paris as he is very fond of the society of attractive women

British Army assessment

His regular room at the Savoy in London and his "appreciation of the ladies" earned him a reputation as a playboy and, until his liking for three-in-a-bed romps was revealed, he was simply named plain old Agent Scoot.

One typed record from Major T A Robertson tells how on Christmas Day in 1940, he and Tricycle met for lunch at the capital's upmarket society restaurant Quaglinos.

The pair then went to the Lansdowne Club in Berkeley Square to play billiards, before heading back to the Savoy for "dining".

It reads: "I think he (Tricycle) enjoyed himself thoroughly once he took part in the Christmas bonhomous rioting, well lubricated by champagne.

'Most secret'

"We were picked up by a couple by the name of Keswick who took us to the Suivi nightclub where we danced.

"Early in the morning, we returned to the Savoy, both viewing things through rose-tinted spectacles."

Under the heading "most secret," one part of Tricycle's file outlines how he was given a questionnaire on British arms and weaponry by a German officer and asked to gather the answers.

It asked what was being constructed at various factories in Weybridge, Wolverhampton and Dartford and for "exact details" of the "guns and apparatus" belonging to the British military.

It wanted to know about fighter squadrons, how many Spitfires and Hurricanes the British had, and what the Army's armoured division consisted of.

Each time, British officers would construct realistic, though inaccurate, answers for Tricycle to deliver to them.

His formula for making invisible ink is also in the records. Aptly, he mixed it in a wine glass.
Photo of Agent Tricycle with photo of woman
The British spy had a reputation as a playboy

Tricycle's files - which number more than a dozen - are packed full of dated documents, invisible inked postcards, airmail letters stamped with "opened" and "examined", letters to his girlfriends - naturally sent "On His Majesty's Service" - and minute-by-minute accounts of his movements.

The agent, who spoke English, Italian, French and moderate German, also described Allied bomb damage to German cities.

In one account, he said the harbour at Hamburg had been hit, but it could still be used. Hanover, he said, had "suffered badly".

'Intelligent and cultured'

In a summary of the man, one British Army officer said Tricycle lost "no opportunity of disparaging the Germans" and had at one point in 1941 said he was "convinced Great Britain will win the war within two years, due probably to German's moral and economic collapse".

He is described in one missive as an "intelligent, cultured" man.

It goes on to say: "He has personality and charm and would feel at home in society circles in any European or American capital, being much the usual type of international playboy.

How to make invisible ink
Take one small portion of crystals
Pour into a wine glass
Fill it three-quarters full of water
Ensure the water contains no chlorine as it discolours the paper
To develop - rub out writing on postcard or letter
Iron until the paper turns brown
Black ink will stand out on brown paper
"In peace time, he spends a month or more of every year in Paris as he is very fond of the society of attractive women."

Tricycle refused payment from the British secret service saying he was happy to work for a country for which he had "whole-hearted admiration" and that his payment from the Germans was enough.

But MI5 did, on occasions, have to bail him out.

As one record puts it: "On Friday 14 March 1941, I met a somewhat tired Tricycle for luncheon at the Savoy when he told me he had discovered that he had not enough money to pay his bill.

"From this, it would seem that his previous evening must have been a somewhat expensive one."

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Непрочитана порукаод pepeljuginadobravila » 09 Јул 2014, 18:11

LONDON, England -- A Yugoslav playboy who was a real-life version of fictional agent James Bond became one of Britain's best double agents, intelligence papers have revealed.

Dusko Popov, codenamed "Tricycle" for his liking for three-in-a-bed sex romps, was recruited by Britain as a double agent during World War II after having earlier agreed to work for the Germans, British intelligence papers released on Wednesday by the UK's Public Record Office show.

The files, kept secret since the war, go into extraordinary detail about Popov's racy lifestyle.

A file containing more than 20 dossiers reveal how he became one of Britain's most valuable agents after he convinced the German military that he was acting for them and was their "best man in England."

But Tricycle's activities on Her Majesty's Secret Service were not always popular. During a trip to the U.S. in 1941, his extravagant lifestyle sparked alarm when he ran up huge expenses and dated a well-known actress, Simone Simon.

The files show he managed to run up an $80,000 bill for the trip in just 18 months.

"Tricycle's stay in America was not, on the whole, a happy one," a report from Britain's overseas intelligence service said.
Popov betrayed the German military by working for the British
Popov betrayed the German military by working for the British

"Throughout his stay in the United States he lived the life of a playboy, and his only useful activity seems to have been that he took a course of flying lessons.

"He seeks to excuse his extravagances on the grounds that he had to acquire suitable social contacts upon whom he spent his money, such as Simone Simon."

On his shopping list was an expensive penthouse on New York's exclusive Park Avenue, a large car, skiing holidays at Sun Valley, Idaho, and a country house.

Unsurprisingly, Tricycle found life back in Britain dull in comparison to his U.S. lifestyle, Reuters news agency reports.

"Tricycle and Simone Simon appear to have been genuinely attached to each other and he obviously missed her greatly on coming to England, although he was not long in seeking to console himself elsewhere," the report added.

Popov succeeded in recruiting the very man who brought him into the German intelligence fold, although Johnny Jebsen, codenamed Artist by the British, appears to have met an untimely death at the hands of the Nazi secret police.

Having proved a rich source of intelligence for the British, Jebsen was kidnapped by the Gestapo in 1944 over financial irregularities and was never heard of again.

Popov was also asked by the Germans during his trip to America to gather sensitive information about the U.S. Pacific naval base of Pearl Harbor.

A document referring to the German request was dated August 1941, just months before Japan attacked the key base and caught the U.S. Navy completely unawares.

http://edition.cnn.com/2002/WORLD/europ ... s=PM:WORLD

Japanese espionage against Pearl Harbor involved at least two Abwehr agents. One of them, Otto Kuhn, was a sleeper agent living in Hawaii with his family. Kuhn was incompetent and there is no evidence he provided information of value. The other, Yugoslavian businessman Dusko Popov, was a double agent, working for the XX Committee of MI5. In August 1941, he was sent by the Abwehr to the U.S., with an assignment list that included specific questions about military facilities in Oahu, including Pearl Harbor.Although British Security Coordination introduced Popov to the FBI, the Americans seem to have paid little attention. It is possible that previous propaganda and forged or unreliable intelligence from the British contributed to J. Edgar Hoover's dismissing Popov's interest in Pearl Harbor as unimportant. There is nothing to show his assignment list was passed on to military intelligence, nor was he allowed to visit Hawaii. Popov later asserted his list was a clear warning of the attack, ignored by the bungling FBI. The questions in his list were rambling and general, and in no way pointed to air attack on Pearl Harbor, and Prange considered Popov's claim overblown, and argued the notorious questionnaire was a product of Abwehr thoroughness.

Another intended agent was the highly decorated former RAF Squadron-Leader Frederick Joseph Rutland who helped the Japanese navy develop aircraft carriers in the 1920s, and in the 1930s was deployed as a secret agent in the US. But for problems with establishing his cover in Hawaii as a whisky importer, Rutland would have been the key Japanese naval intelligence spy supporting the attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941. Furthermore, the Japanese did not need Abwehr assistance, having a consulate in Hawaii which had on its staff an undercover IJN intelligence officer, Takeo Yoshikawa.[93] The consulate had reported to IJN Intelligence for years, and Yoshikawa increased the rate of reports after his arrival. (Sometimes called a "master spy", he was in fact quite young, and his reports not infrequently contained errors.) Pearl Harbor base security was so lax Yoshikawa had no difficulty obtaining access, even taking the Navy's own harbor tourboat. (Even had he not, hills overlooking the Harbor were perfect for observation or photography, and were freely accessible.) Gossip with taxi drivers is supposed to have been one of his sources as well. Some of his information, and presumably other material from the Consulate, was hand-delivered to IJN intelligence officers aboard Japanese commercial vessels calling at Hawaii prior to the War; at least one is known to have been deliberately routed to Hawaii for this purpose during the summer. Most, however, seem to have been transmitted to Tokyo, almost certainly via cable (the usual communication method with Tokyo). Many of those messages were intercepted and decrypted by the U.S.; most were evaluated as routine intelligence gathering all nations do about potential opponents, rather than evidence of an active attack plan. None of those currently known, including those decrypted after the attack when there was finally time to return to those remaining undecrypted, explicitly stated anything about an attack on Pearl Harbor. The only exception was a message sent from the Hawaiian Consulate on 6 December, which was not decrypted until after the 7th, making it moot with respect to U.S. foreknowledge. No cable traffic was intercepted in Hawaii until after David Sarnoff of RCA agreed to assist during a visit to Hawaii immediately before the 7th. Such interception was illegal under U.S. law, though it had been going on sub rosa in New York for some time. Farago's postscript[94] offers a viewpoint from RCA personnel. In the final analysis, illegal co-operation of American cable companies changed little or nothing, since radio intercept stations were picking up some of the consular traffic anyway, and American intelligence failed to make optimum use of the information in any case.

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Guy Maynard Liddell, CB, CBE, MC (8 November 1892 – 3 December 1958) was a British intelligence officer.


Liddell was born on 8 November 1892 at 64 Victoria Street, London, the son of Capt. Augustus Frederick Liddell RA, a retired Royal Artillery officer, and his wife Emily Shinner, who died when Liddell was eight years old. He was the younger brother of Capt. Cecil Frederick Joseph Liddell, who served as Head of MI5's Irish section from 1939, and David Edward Liddell; and was a second cousin of Alice Pleasance Liddell, the child friend of Lewis Carroll who was the basis for the books Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass.

He was a talented cellist in his youth and was studying in Germany for a career as a professional musician when World War I began. During the conflict, he served with the Royal Field Artillery and was awarded the Military Cross.[2][3] After the war, Liddell joined Scotland Yard where, in liaison with Special Branch and the Foreign Office, he was involved in breaking a spy ring based around the All Russian Cooperative Society in London.

He married Hon. Calypso Baring, daughter of Cecil Baring, 3rd Baron Revelstoke of Membland, and Maude Louise Lorillard, on 7 April 1926. They had one son and three daughters; Peter Lorillard Liddell (9 Feb. 1927-Apr. 2004), Elizabeth Gay Liddell (born 28 Feb. 1928), Juno Liddell (29 Mar. 1930 – 13 Nov. 1968) and Maude Liddell (baptised Anne Jennifer Liddell) (16 May 1931).

He transferred to MI5 with his team in October 1931, where he became an expert on Soviet subversive activities within the UK and recruited agents, including his private secretary Dick Wright, and future head of B5(b) Maxwell Knight, in preparation for possible war with Germany.[1][3] In 1936 he traveled to Washington where information he provided to FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover allowed the FBI to break a German spy-ring based around Gunther Rumrich.
World War II

Following the outbreak of World War II, Prime Minister Winston Churchill sacked Director-General of MI5 Vernon Kell and in June 1940 Liddell was promoted to Director of B Division in charge of counter-espionage, where he appointed Dick Wright and Anthony Blunt to senior posts. Shortly after the new appointment, he was informed by Maxwell Knight of a suspected German spy-ring based around the Right Club of Archibald Ramsay and involving American cipher clerk Tyler Kent. Liddell met with U.S. Ambassador Joseph P. Kennedy Sr., who agreed to waive Kent’s diplomatic immunity and he was successfully prosecuted, along with his handler, Anna Wolkoff.

His agent, Duško Popov, provided an Abwehr questionnaire suggesting that the Japanese Air Force planned to attack the United States at Pearl Harbor. Popov was sent to FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, who refused to take him seriously. Liddell was later criticized for not informing the Office of Naval Intelligence.[3]

His unhappy marriage to Hon. Calypso Baring was dissolved in 1943 after she had left him and joined her half-brother Lorillard Suffern Tailer in America. He subsequently fought a long legal battle for custody of their children
Later career

Liddell was expected to succeed Director General of MI5, David Petrie, but was passed over when Home Secretary Herbert Morrison was informed by Ellen Wilkinson of rumors that he might be a double agent and was instead appointed Deputy-Director-General under Percy Sillitoe. These rumours were accentuated when his close friend Guy Burgess defected. He was also a known associate of other members of the Cambridge Five spy ring, Kim Philby and Anthony Blunt and in 1953 following an MI5 internal investigation he took early retirement and went to work as a security adviser to the Atomic Energy Authority. He died of heart failure in 1958 at his home, 18 Richmond Court, Sloane Street, London, and was buried at Putney Vale Cemetery. In 1979, Goronwy Rees confessed to having been a Soviet spy, and named Liddell as the Fifth Man. Papers released since have all but completely cleared him of the charge, with the general academic consensus being that he was naïve in his friendships with some of his work colleagues.
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Allegations regarding Pearl Harbor


In 1941, Popov was dispatched to the United States by the Abwehr to establish a new German network. He was given ample funds and an intelligence questionnaire (a list of intelligence targets, later published as an appendix to J.C. Masterman's book The Double Cross System). Of the three typewritten pages of the questionnaire, one entire page was devoted to highly detailed questions about U.S. defences at Pearl Harbor on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. He made contact with the FBI and explained what he had been asked to do. During a televised interview, Duško Popov related having informed the FBI on August 12, 1941, of the impending attack on Pearl Harbor. For whatever reason, either the FBI chief J. Edgar Hoover did not report this fact to his superiors,[8] or they, for reasons of their own, took no action in regard to this apparent German interest in Pearl Harbor. Hoover had a distrust for Popov considering the fact that he was indeed a double agent. MI6 had given the FBI in New York a notice that he would have been showing up. Popov himself has said Hoover was quite suspicious and distrustful of him and, according to author William "Mole" Wood, when Hoover discovered Popov had taken a woman from New York to Florida, he threatened to have him arrested under the Mann Act if he did not leave the U.S. immediately.
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Непрочитана порукаод pepeljuginadobravila » 10 Јул 2014, 11:00

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Komandir Džejms Bond član je MI6, međunarodnog ogranka britanske tajne službe i nosi kodni broj "007". Prefiks "007" označava neograničeno korišćenje dozvole za ubistvo pri obavljanju dužnosti

Fleming je Džejmsa Bonda nazvao po ornitologu Džejmsu Bondu, autoru ptičarskog priručnika Ptice Zapadne Indije. I sam strastveni ptičar, Fleming se nalazio na Jamajci u trenutku kada je, sa primerkom navedene knjige u ruci, odlučio da junaka svog prvog romana, Kazino Rojal, napisanog 1953. nazove po autoru knjige. Kasnije je objašnjavao da mu je to ime zvučalo "kratko, ne previše romantično, anglosaksonski i usput vrlo muževno... upravo onako kao što mi je odgovaralo u tom trenutku".

Često se govori da je izgled Džejmsa Bonda "prijatan i prefinjen." U Kazino Rojalu jedan od likova romana, Vesper Lind kaže za Bonda: "podseća me na Hougija Karmajkla ali istovremeno u njemu ima nešto hladno i okrutno". Lik Hougija Karmajkla kasnije će poslužiti crtaču Majku Grelu kao predložak za strip-izdanje o Bondu.

Inspiraciju za Bondov lik Fleming je crpio iz vlastitog života. Naime, pisac je bio poznat po svom raskošnom i razuzdanom načinu života. Fleming je inspiraciju nalazio i među svojim kolegama, agentima britanske tajne službe za vreme Drugog svetskog rata, a naročito u događajima u Estoril kazinu u portugalskom gradiću Estorilu, gde su špijuni zaraćenih država dolazili u dodir sa evropskim plemstvom. Sve to je poslužilo Flemingu kao nadahnuće za pisanje prvog romana Kazino Rojal.

Špijun, ženskaroš, seks simol i fatalni agent sa ‘dozvolom za ubijanje’ … Bond, Džejms Bond je jedan od najvećih britanskih simbola popularne kulture, ali po svoj prilici je i još nešto. Iza književnog lika Ijana Fleminga krije se čovek koji je zaista postojao – Srbin Duško Popov.

U svetu elitne špijunaže, intriga i „pravih” tajnih agenata jedno ime redovno se navodi kao izor – Duško Popov. Bio je najuspešniji špijun tokom Drugog svetskog rata, dupli agent kome su verovali i Čerčil i Hitler, i verovatni uzor za čuvenog agenta 007 Ijana Fleminga.

Ko je bio Duško Popov?

Rođen je u Titelu u južnoj Bačkoj, u bogatoj porodici. Živeo je u centru Beograda, ali se porodica tridesetih godina preselila u Dubrovnik. Pohađao je najbolje škole, a 1936. godine se obreo u Frajburgu na studijama prava.

Tu je upoznao Johana Džebsena – čoveka koji će mu postati najbolji prijatelj, ali i zauvek promeniti život…

Duško Popov je tečno govorio italijanski, nemački, francuski i engleski jezik. Prezirao je naciste i zgražavao se nad diskriminacijom koju su vršili nad Jevrejima.

Početkom 1940. godine, kada je Drugi svetski rat već uveliko trajao, ali Jugoslavija još uspevala da ostane neutralna, upravo ga je Džebsen pozvao da se priključi „Abveru” nemačkoj obaveštajnoj službi.

– Duško bio iznenađen i zapanjen jer je znao da je Džoni protiv nacizma. Mislim da mu je Džoni rekao nešto ključno:

„Najbolji način da se neko pobedi je biti u toj ekipi” – priča Marko Popov, sin tajnog agenta u dokumentarnom filmu „Tajne rata: Dupli agent Tricikl”.

Ipak, plan Duškovog druga bio je još smeliji – on je predložio da postanu „dupli agenti” koji bi radili za Nemce, a zapravo prikupljali informacije za saveznike.

I tako je rođen tajni agent Popov… Za Nemce kodnog imena „Ivan”, za Britance „Tricikl”.

Legenda o Džejms Bondu verovatno je nastala u kockarnici lisabonskog hotela „Palasio”. Agent britanske tajne službe zadužen za praćenje Popova posmatrao je kako Srbin ulaže 80.000 dolara (oko 640.000 dolara u današnjoj vrednosti) kako bi naterao protivnika da odustane.

Taj agent bio je Ijan Fleming, a njegov prvi roman o agentu 007 zvao se „Kazino Rojal” i sadržao je identičnu scenu.

Stvarni agent Popov imao je i druge osobine svog izmišljenog dvojnika – obožavao je piće, skupa kola i iznad svega – žene! Jedno vreme, bio je u vezi sa čuvenom francuskom glumicom i lepoticom tog vremena Simon Simon.

Ipak, život Duška Popova bio je, pre svega, život pun opasnosti, na relaciji Lisabon (koji je bio sedište evropske špijunaže tog vremena) – London (gde je Britancima redovno podnosio izveštaje o nemačkim planovima i dobijao lažne informacije koje je trebalo da podmetne Rajhu).

Huver je znao plan napada na Perl Harbur

Negde u toj komunikaciji, Popov je došao u posed neverovatnog podatka – Japanci su se uoči 1941. godine živo interesovali za mogućnost poletanja bombardera sa nosača aviona, a on je od „Abvera” dobio zadatak da ode u SAD i prikupi informacije o luci Perl Harbur.

Popov je sklopio „dva i dva” i odmah po dolasku u Ameriku otišao u sedište FBI-ja i predočio im da će Japanci napasti Perl Harbur.

Ipak, njegova upozorenja nisu shvaćena ozbiljno.

– Huver je na više načina bio izuzetan čovek. Verovatno je bio homoseksualac, mrzeo je strance, pogotovu Duška. Mrzeo je plejboje i sve u vezi sa Duškom – kaže Rasel Miler, britanski autor i novinar.

Zbog svega navedenog, prijem Popova u FBI je bio hladan, a u njegovu priču Huver nije poverovao. Nekoliko meseci kasnije, 7. decembra 1941. godine, verovatno se pokajao.

Do kraja rata, Popov je uspeo da od Nemaca izvuče preko dva miliona dolara u današnjoj vrednosti za potrebe „tajne mreže nacista u Britaniji” koje je zapravo prosleđivao saveznicima.

Takođe, njegova uloga u „Danu D” bila je ključna. On je uspeo da lažnim izveštajima skrene pažnju nacista sa Normandije na naduvane tenkove i lažne vojne trupe strateški raspoređene na drugim delovima obale. Ova akcija zvala se „Fortitjud”.

Po okončanju rata, Popov je prestao da se aktivno bavi obaveštajnim radom. Živeo je kao i celog života – ekstravagantno i glamurozno. Ženio se dva puta i dobio četiri sina.

Pred kraj života je napisao memoare „Špijunaža i kontrašpijunaža”. Njegovo svedočanstvo o Perl Harburu izazvalo je oštre polemike u Americi gde je FBI pokušao da zabrani štampanje.

Godine 1981. u 68. godini života, u Londonu, umire jedan od najvećih špijuna Drugog svetskog rata … Popov … Duško Popov.
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Pravi Džejms Bond?

Kada se Ijan Fleming proslavio svojim romanima o tajnom agentu u „službi njenog veličanstva”, časopis „Pablišers vikli” je napisao:

„Taj šarmantni, očaravajući mladi jugoslovenski plejboj koji je poslužio kao uzor Janu Flemingu da stvori lik Džemsa Bonda, bio je neverovatno smeo i uspešan”.

Ipak, sam Duško Popov je bio nešto uzdržaniji.

– To ste zaključili vi, mediji. Kad su Fleminga napali britanski mediji zato što previše slobodno prikazuje Džejms Bonda, agenta Britanske tajne službe, navodno je rekao:

„Ne bih vam naveo njegovo ime, ali zvali su ga Tricikl – izjavio je Popov u jednom intervjuu pred kraj života ne poričući da to jeste bilo njegovo kodno ime, kao ni to da ga je slavni autor pratio jedan period za vreme Drugog svetskog rata.
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"I suppose I'm stuck with this Bond thing. I have been ever since Bond's creator, Ian Fleming, admitted using me as a model."

Dusko Popov
May 19, 1974
Parade Magazine

"As for me, I rather doubt that a Bond in the flesh would have survived more than forty-eight hours as an espionage agent."

Dusko Popov, 1974

http://www.realjamesbond.com/#!bond-popov/c1pz
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Evo sta je mogao da spreci Dusko Popov, da sujeta Huvera nije bila jaca


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