General of an invisible front. He was one of the main heroes of the Cold War
This book is a dialogue between the legendary foreign intelligence general, Boris Solomatin, and the famous Russian special services journalist and historian, Vladimir Snegiryov.
During the Cold War, mayor general Boris Alexander Solomatin was a true punishment for the 'main enemy', as the Americans were then called. As deputy head of the First Chief Directorate, resident in Delhi, Washington, New York and Rome, he became the initiator of a number of loud recruitment drives, and the materials that were obtained by his agents went to the table of the country's top leadership.
The book is aimed at a wide circle of readers.
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