I︠U︡riĭ Mikhaĭlovich Kanygin - 1999 - History - Snippet view
A Nazi intelligence officer describes the German Army's motivations surrounding their moves in Poland, Austria, and Russia.
Robert Conquest is the foremost authority on the Stalinist period of Soviet history. The culmination of a lifetime's work, this book is a masterly portrait of a man who 'perhaps more than any other determined the course of the twentieth century ...
Describes the life of a former Russian spymaster, whose career in the KGB included surviving Stalin's purges, plotting to reveal the Berlin Tunnel, quelling the Hungarian Revolution, and disposing of the corpse of Adolph Hitler.
This curious work presents the arguments and evidences to show that Atlantis really did exist and that it was located west of the Straits of Gibralter.
"Kent Clizbe, former CIA espionage officer, documents extensive research and analysis of covert influence operations. Follow his three-indicator counter-intelligence screening of three suspected influence agents. The analysis reveals the roots of ...
He unhesitatingly names those individuals who bear responsibility for these catastrophic deaths, bringing into sharper focus than ever before the facts, the perpetrators, and the events of the Soviet Union's years of terror."--BOOK JACKET.