He says his Soviet contact did convey his ambitions for his recruit.
“It was induced perfectly clear to me that the best target in the eyes of the Centre in Moscow would be the British Secret Service.”
Philby details how he spent years trying to work his route in – turning to journalism, working for The Times newspaper, encompassing the Spanish Civil War, building up contacts in the creation and then as war came falling hints about his desire to work for government.
At last, he was interviewed and accepted in to the inner sanctum of the British country – the Secret Intelligence Service – SIS( or as it is popularly known MI6 ).
In one of the most remarkable segments of the talk, Philby then exposes just how easy it was to steal secrets from Britain's secret service.