Loyal Comrades, Ruthless Killers: The KGB and the Secret Services of the USSR, 1917-1991
This is the illustrated story of the secret services of the Soviet Union which were intimately involved in many of the great conflicts of the twentieth century between 1917 and 1991, including the assassination of Leon Trotsky in 1940 and the crushing of the Hungarian and Czechs in the 1950s.
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