The Executioners: The Story of SMERSH.

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Grosset & Dunlap, 1970 - Assassination - 224 pages
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Contents

part one ORGANIZATION FOR TERROR
11
part two THE TERRORIZED
45
The Kidnapping of Dr Linse
133
Copyright

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activities agent provocateur Alexander Orlov Alexander Shelepin Alexandrovich American American Communist Party ampoule anarchist Anastas Mikoyan anti-Communist arrested assassination autocracy Bandera Bialek Bissaga Bolsheviks bourgeoisie Bukharin Camillo Berneri Carlo Tresca carried chief Comintern Committee Communist Party consulate Cookridge Czechoslovakia Dallgow death Drzewiecki Dzerzhinsky Eitingon espionage executioner foreign France Frankfurt-am-Main Franz von Papen Georgy Malenkov German Government Harry Liedtke himself Ignace Reiss Inge Pohl Iron Curtain Ivan III Jacson Jan Masaryk Juliet Poyntz Karl Radek Karlshorst Karlsplatz Khokhlov kidnapping kill Konovalec Kremlin later Lavrenti Beria leaders Lenin Leon Sedov Leon Trotsky Linse liquidation Lubyanka Lvov Madame Masaryk Maxim Gorky ment might Minsk Moscow Muenzenberg Munich murder Nazi Nikolai Khokhlov nist nkgb nkvd ogpu Okhrana operation organization Paris Pavel Sudoplatov percussion cap Poland police political political asylum poum President BeneS Ramon Mercader Rebet Red Army Red Terror Reiss returned Robert Bialek Robert Bruce Lockhart Rossi rovs Russian Second World War secret sentence skeleton key Skoblin smersh smersh agents Soviet Union Spain Spanish Civil War Stalin Stalinist Stashynsky Stetzko Tcheka Tempo Books Territet terror though tions told Tolstoy Foundation trial Trotsky Trotsky's Trotskyite Trushnovich tsar Tukhachevsky Ukraine Ukrainian USSR victims villa Vorkuta Walter Krivitsky weapon went West Berlin West Germany Willi Muenzenberg Yagoda Yezhov

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