[Printed pamphlet.] official secret? that Isis article ['Frontier incidents. exposure | This article which first appeared in the Oxford Isis, 26.2.58. is reprinted by Universities and Left-Review Club in response to public interest.']

[Paul Richard Thompson, Corpus Christi; William Miller, Lincoln College, Oxford; Universities & Left Review, ed. Stuart Hall, Gabriel Pearson, Ralph Samuel, Charles Taylor; Official Secrets Act]
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''Printed and published by ULR Club, 41 Croftdown Rd., London, N.W.5 | Price 3d.' 1958.
SKU: 12998

4pp., 12mo. Bifolium. On aged paper, with chipping, slight loss to margin, and closed tears. The only words on the covers are 'official secret?' in large bold type up the leading edge of the front cover from the bottom right-hand corner, and 'that Isis article' down the leading edge from the top left-hand corner of the back cover. The article is reprinted across the two inner pages, with the slug and price at the foot of the second page. For the original article in Isis, Paul Richard Thompson of Corpus Christi College and William Miller of Lincoln College each received a three-month sentence for breaking the Official Secrets Act, following a trial at the Old Bailey in July 1958. Before going to Oxford, the two men had served as ratings in the Royal Navy, training in the secret department of Signal Intelligence. See The Times, 3, 5, 6 22 and 29 May and 17, 18 and 19 July 1958. Scarce: no copy on COPAC.