The Spy Who Came in from the Cold - Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20 Summary

The Tribunal opens. Fiedler begins his case, describing Mundt's beginning work for the Communist Party, including assignments in Scandinavia. Fiedler describes Mundt's time in England and the suspicious way that he was able to escape from that country without negative consequences. Fiedler argues that Mundt became a British agent during that period. He brings Leamas to the stand to explain the banking procedures behind the Rolling Stone. Leamas insists that he did not have any knowledge of Mundt as an agent. Fiedler argues that Mundt recruited Karl Riemeck to be a direct intermediary between himself and British intelligence. Fiedler also argues that Mundt killed Riemeck in order to keep him from exposing Mundt as a British spy.

Chapter 20 Analysis

This chapter presents the version of events that Leamas has been involved in creating. This part of the Tribunal goes according to the plans...

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