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BeschreibungThis is the true story behind 'General Alexander Orlov', the man who never was, now revealed in full for the first time: Stalinist henchman, Soviet spy, celebrated 'defector' to the West, and central character in the greatest KGB deception ever.
InhaltsverzeichnisForeword by Paul Preston; Preface by Tennent H. Bagley; Introduction; PART I : Feldbin aka Nikolsky aka Nikolaev aka Goldin aka Orlov aka Koornick aka Berg; 1 Bobruisk - Moscow; 2 Paris: August 1926 - December 1927; 3 Berlin: January 1928 - April 1931; Interlude One: First American Adventure: September - November 1932; 4 Vienna: April - July 1933; 5 Geneva-Paris, Operation EXPRESS: July 1933 - May 1934; 6 Enterprise 'O'; 7 Vienna-Copenhagen-London: 19 June - 25 July 1934; Interlude Two: London: September - December 1934; 8 London: January - March 1935; 9 Copenhagen: Early 1935; 10 Mr. Resident: June - September 1935; 11 Home, Sweet Home: October 1935 - September 1936; PART II: In Spain; 12 The Backdrop: Spilling the Spanish Beans; 13 Moscow-Madrid-Valencia: August 1936 - January 1937; 14 The Internationals; 15 JUZIK will be called ARTUR; 16 NKVD and their 'Neighbours'; 17 The Secret History of Orlov's Crimes; 18 The POUM Affair: Operation NIKOLAI; 19 Murder in Lausanne; 20 Nineteen Thirty Eight and Beyond; PART III: The Orlov Legacy; Interlude Three: A Letter; 21 Trotsky and Tito; 22 True Lies; 23 The Affair Called 'Agent Mark'; 24 Secrets of PF 605.075; 25 KGB in the Law Quad; 26 In and Out of the DST; 27 Comrade Walter; 28 Conclusion: Behind Closed Curtains; Appendices; I Dr Arnold Deutsch; II Soviet Agents, Suspected Agents, Collaborators and Sympathisers; III Documents; Notes; Archives and Bibliography; Index
PortraitBoris Volodarsky was born in Russia in 1955. After receiving his university diploma, he was drafted into the Soviet army as a GRU Spetsnaz officer (military intelligence, special operations) and later trained as an undercover intelligence operator, at a time in the 1980s when Soviet intelligence services were on alert to watch for US preparations for a surprise nuclear attack against the USSR. He left the Soviet Union with the onset of glasnost and perestroika and now works as a consultant for international private risk analysis and risk management companies. A member of the World Association of International Studies (WAIS) at Stanford University, Dr Volodarsky's articles and interviews are regularly published in the international media and he is the author of a number of other works on Soviet intelligence history, including most recently The KGB's Poison Factory: From Lenin to Litvinenko (2009).
Untertitel: The Life and Death of Alexander Orlov. 25 black and white halftones. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Oxford University Press
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2014
Seitenanzahl: 832 Seiten