Inside the Aquarium: The Making of a Top Soviet Spy

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Macmillan, Jan 1, 1986 - Political Science - 249 pages
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Describes the author's recruitment and training inside the Aquarium, headquarters of the GRU, the Soviet Union's top-secret military intelligence organization

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Inside the Aquarium: the making of a top Soviet spy

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Another revelation from this well- known Soviet defector (author of In side the Soviet Army and Inside Soviet Intelligence) , this time on Soviet mili tary intelligence, the GRU ("Aquari um'' is its ... Read full review

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Viktor Suvorov is the author of eighteen books, including three works of fiction. He was a Soviet Army officer who served in military intelligence (GRU). In 1978, he defected to the United Kingdom, where he worked as an intelligence analyst and lecturer. He lives in England.

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