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Alexander Orlov: The FBIís KGB General
Edward Gazur (au)
Gazur was assigned to the highest-ranking KGB defector ever, Alexander Orlov. The two men met in 1971, and Gazur learned of the astonishing details behind the story of Orlovís disappearance from Soviet intelligence at the height of the Spanish Civil War. With the mine of info. he had amassed about his superiors and Stalinís official purges, Orlov fled in 1938 to the U.S., where he lived in hiding from both the FBI and KGB for 15 years. In 1953 he came in from the Cold War, and revealed much to the FBI about Stalinís Soviet and life behind the Iron Curtain. This book reveals other, darker secrets about Stalin behind the brutal Soviet purges and repressive policies in a compelling account of Stalinís brutal regime and KGB operations in the Cold War. Photos.
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