Espionage – A war without corpses?
|Pages:||264 pp; ILLUS|
Mata Hari was not ‘the queen of espionage’; she was a courtesan who flirted with spies. Manasevich-Manuilov was not a ‘vessel of wickedness’; he was an outstanding recruiter for the Okhranka in Tsarist Russia. The technical achievements of the USA in the 1980s were not hinged on her intellectual resources, but on a betrayal that was lavishly paid for.
In addition: the details of Lev Trotsky’s murder; the SIS has declassified Kim Filby’s dossier; the CIA’s ‘honey trap’ for Soviet spies; the FBI ‘spreads bugs’ in the Soviet embassy in Washington; Western special services recruit former Soviet citizens; the ‘espionage kingdom’ of the USA; the abduction of a ‘Stinger’…
All this is featured in the new book of professional counterintelligence agent and writer, Igor Atamanenko.
No fantasy – purely documents from declassified special services dossiers!
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