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BRIXMISBritish Commanders'-In-Chief Mission to the Soviet Forces in Germany
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The Brixmis operation was set up in 1946 between the chiefs of staff of British and Soviet forces in occupied Germany to foster good working relationships between the two forces.
He served at various bases in Britain before his tour of duty for Brixmis in Berlin from 1963 to 1965.
In the forty years during which they operated under the noses of the KGB, BRIXMIS agents ranged far and wide behind the Iron Curtain, probing and measuring the strength of the Soviet military threat to the West and brazenly stealing some of the Red Army's most closely-guarded operational secrets.
The Soviet spy, George Blake, was stationed for some of the time near BRIXMIS headquarters and, as a member of MI6, had access to their operational plans.