Moscow exhibition brings to light wartime papers that Cambridge spy intercepted from British intelligence and passed to his Russian handlers

Secret wartime documents passed by British double agent Kim Philby to his Soviet handlers have been made public for the first time at a Moscow exhibition dedicated to the spy’s career.

Philby was the most notorious of the “Cambridge five”, British communists who spied for Moscow and evaded suspicion for years due to their upper class credentials.

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