The Garden House riot was an infamous student protest which took place at the Garden House Hotel in Cambridge on Friday, February 13, 1970. Some of the students involved were deported and many arrests were made amongst the hundreds of protestors.
The cause? A 'Greek week' organised by the Greek Tourist Board. This sparked rebellion against the right wing Greek military junta of 1967–1974, also known as 'The Regime of the Colonels'.
Harold Adrian Russell 'Kim' Philby (1912-1988) was a senior spy working for British Intelligence (SIS) -- or so they thought...
He was, in actual fact, a KGB agent. As head of SIS's anti-Soviet section, he was able to betray large numbers of British agents to the Russians. Philby also served as a chief British intelligence officer in America. He was unmasked in 1963, when he fled to the Soviet Union. He lived the rest of his life in Moscow, dying shortly before the collapse of the USSR.
Like LMS, Philby had an earlier career as a journalist, and was a war correspondent in Spain. He joined SIS in 1940.
Kim Philby was a member of the ring of spy traitors later known as the Cambridge Five.
American novelist John Henry O'Hara (1905-1970) began his literary career penning shorter stories. His later novels often focused on class differences and social ambition. Perhaps because of this, he was considered quite controversial in his time, although his work sold well.
Starring a young Robert Redford, Three Days of the Condor was an American action film released in 1975. The story was inspired by the book Six Days of the Condor, and was set in New York City after the Vietnam War.
Redford, who works for the CIA, becomes embroiled in a power struggle within the corporation and masterful suspense ensues...
Villefranche-du-Queyran might be a good model.
Puy-l'Évêque is a French commune located in the Lot department, in the Midi-Pyrénées region.